Anthony Trollope

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Noun1.Anthony Trollope - English writer of novels (1815-1882)Anthony Trollope - English writer of novels (1815-1882)
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"What on earth could be more luxurious than a sofa, a book, and a cup of coffee?" So wrote the Victorian writer Anthony Trollope in his 1855 novel The Warden.
1815: Novelist Anthony Trollope was born in London.
Long before first lady Laura Bush mentions The Prime Minister, the fifth of Anthony Trollope's Palliser novels, readers familiar with his sextet of political works will have detected the similarity between them and Landfall, Thomas Mallon's new book.
Anthony Trollope's writing, however, offers a much more extensive and complex presentation of Australian life as seen by a Victorian English gentleman.
Anthony Trollope (24 April 1815-6 December 1882) was one of the most successful, prolific and respected English novelists of the Victorian era.
At first, Larry thinks he might stick to the Victorians and collect the works of Anthony Trollope, but then his focus shifts to American writers, primarily those associated with the New Yorker magazine.
Transforming Anthony Trollope: Dispossession, Victorianism and Nineteenth-Century Word and Image
AThis latest three-part drama - set in 1855 - has been written by the award-winning Downton Abbey creator, but is based on a lesser-known novel by Victorian writer Anthony Trollope.
But for the rest of us there are TV treats, with Julian Fellowes' latest offering Doctor Thorne, a gorgeously romantic adaptation of an Anthony Trollope novel.
Anyone peeking at it might've been excused for thinking they were reading about a modern-day Augustus Melmotte, the nefarious Jewish villain of Anthony Trollope's The Way We Live Now and a paradigm of the old stereotype that portrayed Jews as shifty capitalists who generated wealth through usury, speculation, and other disreputable means.
In celebration of Anthony Trollope's bicentenary in Spring 2015, academic and educational book publisher Oxford University Press (OUP) announced on Tuesday that it will release new editions of the author's Autobiography, along with his first two Barsetshire novels The Warden and Barchester Towers, on 9 October 2014.