Barchester the fictional cathedral city of the county of Barsetshire, featuring in the novels of the Anglican Church by Anthony Trollope and (in the 20th century) Angela Thirkell; M. R. James also used it as the setting for one of his ghost stories, ‘The Stalls of Barchester Cathedral’.
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