By Irvin Ehrenpreis
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1, 20. 93 The Warden, 99–100. 88 The Making of Victorian Manliness 33 of the Evangelical Low Church, believing that retribution for sin was immediate, in the alienation from God of the sinner in his life. This is particularly pertinent to the humanitarian beliefs that underpin Trollope’s jokes at the expense of the Evangelical movement. His hints at Mrs Proudie’s possible Calvinistic leanings in describing her as ‘the niece of a Scotch earl’94 support the impression (implied, never declared) that she sees herself as one of the elect.
63 Rachel, 389. 64 Small House, 40. 65 Fewer people went to church in the large towns than in the country. 66 While Trollope rarely deals with the urban working classes at issue here, not going to church is a common occurrence in his London society. Trollope’s view, from the patterns of attendance in the novels, is that a more likely reason is that there are more entertaining alternatives in the larger towns. 67 In The Duke’s Children, Plantagenet Palliser, while implying a criticism of his son for his backsliding, is actually not intending to go himself,68 like 77 per cent of the population of London.
52 Both Daniel Caldigate and the old Duke of Omnium are referred to in the text as ‘old pagans’, though since the term is applied to the Duke before he takes communion shortly before his death, and Daniel Caldigate is heard to murmur ‘God bless you my son’, as John 49 26 New Men in Trollope’s Novels non-believers and free thinkers like Daniel Brattle and Hugh Stanbury. It is worth noting that even the most godless turn to the church for christenings, weddings and funerals. No child goes unbaptised, and even Mr Scarborough in Mr Scarborough’s Family needs the support of clerical documentation to pull off his marriage scam.
Acts of Implication: Suggestion and Covert Meaning in the Works of Dryden, Swift, Pope, and Austen (The Beckman Lectures, 1978) by Irvin Ehrenpreis