Anthony Trollope

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English writer of novels (1815-1882)


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L-R: Police examine one of the coaches of the train involved in the Great Train Robbery; the clearing of redesigned post boxes is demonstrated in 1968; Allan Smethurst aka The Singing Postman in 1965; Anthony Trollope circa 1875 and Postman Pat with Jess
One particularly interesting attempt to create a discourse supporting union appears in the six Palliser novels written by Anthony Trollope.
15) There were plenty of Victorian writers who questioned (even more profoundly than Dickens) the ethical efficacy of fictionally generated sympathy-Harrison notes that William Makepeace Thackeray and Anthony Trollope were among the most vocal skeptics.
Reforming Trollope; race, gender, and Englishness in the novels of Anthony Trollope.
Charles Dickens satirised characters like him in Oliver Twist and Anthony Trollope did the same in Barchester Towers.
This is a long overdue history of the 'non-farming, non-noble, non-government landowners' in England, the people who before 1914 owned half of England, the people that feature in the novels of Jane Austen or Anthony Trollope.
Charise includes an analysis of The Fixed Period, a novel published by Anthony Trollope in 1882.
Anthony Trollope, an English novelist of the Victorian era, centered some of his best-known novels on political issues.
FEAST DAY OF ST WILFRID 1815: Novelist Anthony Trollope was born in London.
In the 19th century, British authors like Charles Dickens and Anthony Trollope railed against piracy by American publishers, who republished their works by re-typesetting "early sheets" obtained by whatever method possible.
Borillo believes a major contributing factor to the platform's continued success is the deep seeded ethos that has been fostered by CEO Anthony Trollope and his team of community staff.
Trollope, the Oxford-educated daughter of a rector and distant niece of Victorian novelist Anthony Trollope, had two
Among his correspondents are such prominent figures as Robert Browning, Thomas Carlyle, Benjamin Disraeli, William Gladstone, Edward Lear, William Holman Hunt, Anthony Trollope and Queen Victoria.
WHAT: An Evening with Anthony Trollope WHERE: The Georgian Theatre, Richmond VERDICT: I wouldn't have missed this for the world.
Anthony Trollope (1815-1882), in three of his novels, dealt with love and marriage between Jew and Christian in a way that broke with the stereotypical fixation on this subject stemming from Christopher Marlowe's The Jew of Malta (1589) and William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice (1592).