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Trollopes the chronicle of a writing family by Lucy Poate Stebbins

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Published by Secker & Warburg in London .
Written in English


  • Trollope, Anthony, -- 1815-1882.,
  • Trollope, Frances, -- 1780-1863.,
  • Trollope, Thomas Adolphus.

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Statementby Lucy Poate Stebbins and Richard Poate Stebbins.
ContributionsStebbins, Richard Poate.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19570154M

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The Warden is a short book about a moral dilemma. An estate left years earlier for the benefit of a dozen poor men in Barchester gows rapidly as the town expands. The warden, a man appointed by the church sees the money rather than the poor men. A legal challenge is the backdrop to the moral dilemma faced by the Warden, a decent if naive man/5(). 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. Anthony Trollope tops Hatchards poll to find best novel of past years London’s oldest bookshop chooses first instalment of Trollope’s Barsetshire Chronicles, The Warden, as best novel. This book provides a resourceful grip into gender roles and expectations as they played out during the nineteenth century European society. Trollope appeared to shine his search light on some of the vexing issues that appertain the character of women when placed against the challenges posed by the patriarchal mindset of his time.

  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.   Best Trollope book for a newbie Trollope lovers unite or fight. Rachel Ray is a lovely book, and not too long (by Trollope's standards). After slogging through about a dozen Trollopes (I know there are many more to go), I have to say The Eustace Diamonds is still my favorite.   Anthony Trollope, – 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 /5(3). rollope's Clergymen of the Church of England is not merely a collection of essays, but a collection of character portraits. Trollope is first and foremost a novelist; a novelist who thrives on characterization. However, Trollope's characterization ultimately reveals his religious leanings.