By R. C. Terry
Anthony Trollope used to be a submit workplace surveyor, author, editor and international tourist. This chronology combines genuine information with remark and anecdote from his broad contacts. it is also short bills of his released works and reactions to them, bridging observation and indices of individuals and locations, so aiming to mix a readable narrative with a short reference advisor to the existence and paintings of this busy guy of Victorian letters. R.C.Terry can be writer of "Anthony Trollope: The Artist in Hiding" and "Victorian well known Fiction, 1860-80" and editor of "Trollope: Interviews and Recollections".
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AT receives his downpayment and nothing further. [La Vendee was published in June. ] 18 A Trollope Chronology March TAT and Thea buy a house in Florence and call it the Villino Trollope. May Anticipating the Great Exhibition (1851), AT tells his mother he means to exhibit four three-volume novels- 'all failures- which I look on as a great proof of industry at any rate' (L, I, 22). 18 June Writes a comedy, The Noble Jilt. ] The actor manager George Bartley responds that AT has written a five-act play without a hero.
12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. A Trollope Chronology Interviews and Recollections, ed. R. C. Terry (1987). Other abbreviated forms may be checked in the List of Abbreviations and Short Titles following. The Revd Edward Bradley (1827-89), pen name 'Cuthbert Bede', author of The Adventures of Mr Verdant Green (1854) and other comic novels of university life. Anne Isabella Thackeray (1837-1919), Thackeray's elder daughter and author of The Story of Elizabeth (1862) and other popular novels. E, p.
1834 (Spring) FT's brother, Henry Milton, informs her that title to her husband's London property is insecure, and that her marriage settlement had been improperly registered. She is concerned about her fainily' s health. 'For about ten days we were very seriously alarmed for Anthony- and since that more seriously still for my poor Henry ... ' (H, p. 111). 8 A Trollope Chronology (Apr) Lord Northwick's agent reports, 'I think the most prudent course to pursue will be to seize at the proper time and sell the present growing crops and permit Mr Trollope to let his farm from Michaelmas next by which means I should hope your lordship will realize all that is and will then be due to him' (H, p.
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