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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1815: Novelist Anthony Trollope was born in London.
A judge has attached a passage from an Anthony Trollope novel to a ruling on dispute between Durham Cathedral bosses and the taxman - in an effort to help readers understand the meaning of an ecclesiastical term.
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.
A piercing novel about the absurdities of the digital age, Still Here is also the finest kind of comedy of manners, as much a snapshot of how we live now as were the 19th-century novels of Anthony Trollope and George Eliot.
The author posits that some Victorian novelists, such as Emily Bronti, Anthony Trollope, Thomas Hardy, and D.
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.
OUP's hardback edition of An Autobiography and Other Writings by Anthony Trollope has been edited by Professor Nicholas Shrimpton and is reportedly the only autobiography by a major Victorian novelist currently available.
My favourite writers are Jean Plaidy (aka Victoria Holt, Philippa Carr, etc), Anthony Trollope and Peter O'Donnell.
In five exhaustively researched chapters, Maurer describes a Manichean struggle between these opposing views in the writings of such figures as Maria Edgeworth, John Stuart Mill, George Campbell, Anthony Trollope, George Moore, George Meredith, John Locke, Jeremy Bentham, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, George Eliot, Charles Dickens, the members of the Young Ireland movement, and many others.