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Anthony Trollope and his contemporaries

David Skilton

Anthony Trollope and his contemporaries

a study in the theory and conventions of mid-Victorian fiction.

by David Skilton

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Published by St. Martin"s Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Trollope, Anthony, 1815-1882 -- Aesthetics.,
  • Trollope, Anthony, 1815-1882 -- Contemporaries.,
  • English fiction -- 19th century -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [153]-163.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR5687 .S5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 170 p.
    Number of Pages170
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5330482M
    LC Control Number72183546

    Trollope-l: Trollope and His Contemporaries (A Discussion List) F. A. Fraser, "It's Dogged as Does It", The Last Chronicle of Barset Trollope-l (to subscribe click here) is comprised of people from different backgrounds who come together to read with and to write to one another about Anthony Trollope.   The Way We Live Now is a scathing satirical novel published in London in Anthony Trollope, after a popular serialisation. It was regarded many of Trollope's contemporaries as his finest work. One Pages:

    Find out more about Anthony Trollope's writing. You can search for books and characters in our comprehensive directory of Trollope's 47 novels, or find a Trollope quote for every occasion. Book and character search. Anthony Trollope (–) grew up in inherited his mother’s ambition to write and was famously disciplined in the development of his craft. His first novel was published in while he was working in Ireland as a surveyor for the General Post Office.

    Anthony Trollope. BORN: , London, England DIED: , Harting, Sussex, England NATIONALITY: British GENRE: Drama, fiction MAJOR WORKS: Barchester Towers () Orley Farm () The Eustace Diamonds () The Way We Live Now (). Overview. Anthony Trollope was one of the most prolific English writers of the nineteenth century, writing some . Trollope and His Contemporaries; Online We are a group of people who behave as friends and read and discuss Anthony Trollope, any 19th texts by other authors and 20th century one relevant to Trollope, by authors as supremely good as he is as a writer People are invited to discuss other books they are reading at the same time, and any movies or.


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Anthony Trollope’s most popular book is Barchester Towers (Chronicles of Barsetshire #2). In "Miss Mackenzie" Trollope made a deliberate attempt "to prove that a novel may be produced without any love," but as he candidly admits in his "Autobiography," the attempt "breaks down before the conclusion." In taking for his heroine an middle-aged spinster, his contemporaries of writing about young girls in love/5.

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This acclaimed classic of Trollope criticism provides fascinating insights into the way in which novelists were bound by the social and economic conventions of their day, factors they could Cited by: Trollope19thCStudies: Trollope and His Contemporaries (A Discussion List) The reader will find in my book, Trollope on the 'Net and in the following documents a record of the conversations members have had on Trollope's fiction and non-fiction.

They are set up in chronological order and keyed to the chapters in Trollope's books so that they. The Way We Live Now is a scathing satirical novel published in London in by Anthony Trollope, after a popular serialisation.

It was regarded by many of Trollope's contemporaries as his finest of his longest novels (it contains a hundred chapters), The Way We Live Now is particularly rich in sub-plot. It was inspired by the. The Way We Live Now―regarded by many as Anthony Trollope’s greatest novel―encompasses in its broad scope much of the business, political, social, and literary life of s its centre is the larger-than-life figure of Augustus Melmotte, a financier of uncertain background who rises to great heights over a financial speculation scheme involving plans for a railway in /5().

Anthony Trollope was one of the most prolific, respected, and successful English authors of the Victorian Era. He was well known for writing novels based on the fiction, travel, and history genres.

Author Trollope was born on Apand died on December 6 Anthony Trollope () was an English author of literature. He wrote the Chronicles of Barsetshire and Palliser series.

Trollope was one of the most respected novelists of his era, writing about the political, social and gender issues that were at play during the Victoria era. 'A book I admire. It has been of great value to me.' - J.

Hillis Miller 'The first and still the best study of Trollope's relationships, connections and interactions with the literary world of his own time. Skilton's is the necessary introduction to any serious investigation of Trollope's fiction.' - Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.

Anthony Trollope () was one of the most successful, prolific and respected English novelists of the Victorian era. He wrote penetrating novels on political, social, and gender issues and conflicts of his day. In Trollope left his positi. These books are generally considered his greatest works: * The Bachester series (The Warden, Barchester Towers, Doctor Thorne, Framley Parsonage, The Small House at Allington, and The Last Chronicle of Barset) * The Palliser Novels (Can You For.

Trollope on the Net. Ellen Moody. The Hambledon Press () ISBN: Ellen Moody’s Trollope on the Net is a true pioneer work on the ways the Internet has changed how we read and talk about books, using Anthony Trollope as her subject. While anyone who loves Trollope’s novels will enjoy this book for its extensive commentary on his novels, Moody’s.

'A book I admire. It has been of great value to me.' - J. Hillis Miller 'The first and still the best study of Trollope's relationships, connections and interactions with the literary world of his own time.

Skilton's is the necessary introduction to any serious investigation of Trollope's fiction.'. The Way We Live Now is a satirical novel by Anthony Trollope.

In it he lashes out at the political, financial, commercial and moral dishonesty of the age, inspired particularly by the financial scandals of the s.

It was considered by many of his contemporaries as his finest work, and was one of the last Victorian novels to be serialized. Get this from a library. Anthony Trollope and his contemporaries: a study in the theory and conventions of mid-Victorian fiction.

[David Skilton]. TrollopeAndHisContemporaries is a listserv group where people are invited to discuss Trollope's work and that of his 19th century contemporaries.

We define the period generously from post, and cover all countries. We began in on Elizabeth Thompson's listserv at Majordomo and were founded as a separate group which had a dual focus by Michael Powe in.

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But Free shipping over $/5(5). Anthony Trollope's comic novel, first published intells the story of Septimus Harding, a clergyman from Barchester, a fictional cathedral city in the west of England.

Harding, who is nearing sixty when the novel opens, lives comfortably as the Warden of Hiram's Hospital, a sort of old folks' home which houses twelve men.4/5(81). His autobiography was written between October and Aprilbut not published until after his death.

Criticism. Anthony Trollope And His Contemporaries by David Skilton () situates Author: Guardian Staff. Anthony Trollope, (born ApLondon, Eng.—died Dec. 6,London), English novelist whose popular success concealed until long after his death the nature and extent of his literary merit.A series of books set in the imaginary English county of Barsetshire remains his best loved and most famous work, but he also wrote convincing novels of political life as well as.

'A book I admire. It has been of great value to me.' - J. Hillis Miller 'The first and still the best study of Trollope's relationships, connections and interactions with the literary world of his own time. Skilton's is the necessary introduction to any serious investigation of Trollope's fiction.' - John SutherlandAuthor: David Skilton.Trollope’s autobiography, which he left to be published posthumously, superintends all his other stories, and was one of the things that got him, or his reputation, in trouble.