Anthony Trollope's Collection [ 34 Books ]

Anthony Trollope's Collection [ 34 Books ]

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by Anthony Trollope
     
 

This book contain collection of 34 books

1. Autobiography of Anthony Trollope
2. The Warden [1855]
3. Barchester Towers [1857]
4. Doctor Thorne [1858]
5. Framley Parsonage [1861]
6. The Small House at Allington [1864]
7. The Last Chronicle of Barset [1867]
8. Can You Forgive Her? [1864]
9. Phineas Finn [1869]
10. The…  See more details below

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This book contain collection of 34 books

1. Autobiography of Anthony Trollope
2. The Warden [1855]
3. Barchester Towers [1857]
4. Doctor Thorne [1858]
5. Framley Parsonage [1861]
6. The Small House at Allington [1864]
7. The Last Chronicle of Barset [1867]
8. Can You Forgive Her? [1864]
9. Phineas Finn [1869]
10. The Eustace Diamonds [1873]
11. Phineas Redux [1874]
12. The Prime Minister [1876]
13. The Duke's Children [1879]
14. The Kellys and the O'Kellys [1848]
15. La Vendée [1850]
16. The Three Clerks [1858]
17. Castle Richmond [1860]
18. Rachel Ray [1863]
19. Hunting Sketches [1865]
20. The Belton Estate [1866]
21. Nina Balatka [1867]
22. The Claverings [1867]
23. He Knew He Was Right [1869]
24. The Golden Lion of Granpere [1872]
25. Harry Heathcote of Gangoil [1874]
26. Lady Anna [1874]
27. The Way We Live Now [1875]
28. The American Senator [1877]
29. John Caldigate [1879]
30. Ayala's Angel [1881]
31. Doctor Wortle's School [1881]
32. Tales of All Countries [1861-1863] 
33. North America [1862]
34. Thackeray [1879]

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ISBN-13:
2940014212649
Publisher:
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Publication date:
04/05/2012
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Meet the Author

Anthony Trollope, 1815–1882

Novelist, son of Thomas Anthony T., a barrister who ruined himself by speculation, and of Frances T. (q.v.), a well-known writer, was born in London, and ed. at Harrow and Winchester. His childhood was an unhappy one, owing to his father’s misfortunes. After a short time in Belgium he obtained an appointment in the Post Office, in which he rose to a responsible position. His first three novels had little success; but in 1855 he found his line, and in The Warden produced the first of his Barsetshire series. It was followed by Barchester Towers [1857], Doctor Thorne [1858], Framley Parsonage [1861], The Small House at Allington [1864], and The Last Chronicle of Barset [1867], which deal with the society of a small cathedral city. Other novels are Orley Farm, Can you forgive Her?, Ralph the Heir, The Claverings, Phineas Finn, He knew he was Right, and The Golden Lion of Grandpré. In all he wrote about 50 novels, besides books about the West Indies, North America, Australia, and South Africa, a translation of Cæsar, and monographs on Cicero and Thackeray. His novels are light of touch, pleasant, amusing, and thoroughly healthy. They make no attempt to sound the depths of character or either to propound or solve problems. Outside of fiction his work was generally superficial and unsatisfactory. But he had the merit of providing a whole generation with wholesome amusement, and enjoyed a great deal of popularity. He is said to have received £70,000 for his writings.

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Anthony Trollope's Collection [ 34 Books ] 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Rikkor More than 1 year ago
I believe that Trollope is mostly unknown by modern readers. He writes great, expansive novels of manners mostly about England's upper-crust in the 19th century. Highly recommended.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm reading the Barchester Chronicles and enjoying them very much. I wish it were a little easier to navigate the contents, and there are some small editing concerns, but overall this collection is a huge bargain.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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