A Trollope Chronology by R. C. Terry

By R. C. Terry

Anthony Trollope was once a publish workplace surveyor, author, editor and international visitor. This chronology combines actual information with remark and anecdote from his large contacts. it's also short debts of his released works and reactions to them, bridging remark and indices of individuals and areas, 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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R. S. Smyth, who serves under him, recalls that Trollope 'was held out to the juniors in the service as a terror and my early experience of him was not calculated to remove such an impression' (I & R, p. 59). 1855 23 1855 January Begins Barchester Towers. 5 January Publication of The Warden. 'The novel-reading world did not go mad about The Warden; but I soon felt that it had not failed as the others had failed. . At the end of 1855 I received a cheque for £9 8s. 8d. , p. 85). [Friendly treatments by periodicals, stressing the novel's strongly drawn characters, certainly augured well.

For some details of the itineraries I am indebted to the researches of P. D. Edwards and R. B. Joyce (Australia) and J. H. Davidson (South Africa). I also acknowledge the help of D. Wainwright, Curator of the Morris L. Parrish Collection of Victorian Novelists, Princeton University Library. I wish to thank staffs of the following libraries: the University of Illinois, Boston Public Library, the University of London, the Bodleian, and the British Library and Newspaper Library. Colleagues at the University of Victoria Library, especially in its interlibrary loan section, have been most helpful.

P. 80). Thomas Anthony buries himself in research for an ecclesiastical encyclopaedia, but his violent scenes with his children cause FT much anxiety. 'So shaken and agitated', she has occasional resource to a dose of laudanum to secure a night's rest (H, p. 78). Also during this year, Henry Stuart Russell (1819-89) is AT's fag at Harrow and witnesses a great fight between AT and another boy. The opponent is so heavily beaten that he has to go home. Judge Thomas Henry Baylis (1817-1908), a contemporary at Harrow, declares although home boarders were often bullied, AT, 'being big and powerful, got off easily'.

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