Anthony Trollope

Anthony Trollope

Anthony Trollope
1815 -1882

Anthony Trollope Biography

Anthony Trollope (1815-1882) was a prolific British novelist and author of the Victorian era. He was born in London, England and grew up in a family of modest means. Trollope was educated at Winchester College and later worked for the British Post Office in Ireland and England.

Trollope started writing novels in his mid-thirties and quickly established himself as one of the leading novelists of his time. He wrote over 40 novels, many of which were set in his native England and Ireland, and explored the lives and relationships of the upper and middle classes. He was particularly known for his depictions of the struggles of ordinary people and his insightful commentary on social issues.

Some of his most famous works include the "Barsetshire" series, which includes "The Warden" and "Barchester Towers", and the "Palliser" series, which includes "Can You Forgive Her?" and "The Eustace Diamonds". Trollope's novels were popular and widely read, and he was considered a master of the Victorian novel.

Trollope died in 1882, leaving behind a legacy of literature that continues to be celebrated today. He was praised for his ability to create vivid and believable characters, his sharp wit, and his insightful commentary on social issues. He is considered one of the greatest novelists of the Victorian era, and his works are still widely read and studied.

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