Oxford Reader's Companion to Trollope

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THEMATIC OVERVIEW
[entries are arranged alphabetically by headword with categories]
Private life of Trollope
appearance, personality, character
card-playing
cartoons and parodies
food and drink
holidays abroad
homes of Trollope
house parties
hunting
library
London: clubs
portraits and photographs
smoking
transportation and travel
Trollope, Anthony
wine
Family
ancestry of Trollope family
brothers and sisters of Trollope
descendants and relatives of Trollope
grandparents of Trollope
Heseltine family
Trollope, Frances ( née Milton, mother)
Trollope, Frederic James Anthony (son)
Trollope, Henry Merivale (son)
Trollope, Rose ( née Heseltine, wife)
Trollope, Thomas Adolphus (brother)
Trollope, Thomas Anthony (father)

Public life of Trollope
Civil Service, Trollope and the
Copyright, Royal Commission on
politics, Trollope and
Postal Museum, National
public service of Anthony Trollope
Royal Literary Fund

Trollope the writer
Barsetshire series
comedy in Trollope's work
editor, Trollope as
heroes and heroines
journalist, Trollope as
language and style
morality and fiction
Palliser series
political issues in Trollope's fiction
projected or unpublished works
working habits
Adaptations and successors
adaptations
anthologies
guidebooks
Knox, Father Ronald Arbuthnott
Oliphant, Mrs Margaret
Thirkell, Angela Mackail
Trollope, Joanna
Allusions in Trollope's writing
Bible
classical literature
Milton, John
Shakespeare, William
Criticism and collections
bibliographies
biographies
cartoons and parodies
critical opinions of Trollope: contemporary
critical opinions of Trollope: 1882-1920
critical opinions of Trollope: 1921-50
critical opinions of Trollope: 1951-80
critical opinions of Trollope: since 1980
lectures and speeches
letters
manuscripts and editions
obituaries
short stories, Trollope's
Organizations associated with Trollope
Trollope Society
Works
Journalism
America
"'American Affairs'"
"'American Conflict, The'" (two articles)
"'American Question, The'"
"'American Reconstruction'"
"'Civil War in America, The, by Goldwyn Smith'"
"'England and America'"
"'England and the United States'"
"'English View of the President's Impeachment, An'"
"Letter from Anthony Trollope, A'"
"'Present Condition of the Northern States of the American Union, The'"
"'President Johnson's Last Message'"
"'President Lincoln'"
"'Right of Secession, The'"
"'St Albans Raiders, The'"

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • For Kathleen Tillotson v
  • Preface vii
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ix
  • Contents xi
  • HOW TO USE THIS BOOK xii
  • THEMATIC OVERVIEW xiii
  • CONTRIBUTORS xix
  • LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS xxiii
  • J 1
  • B 31
  • C 77
  • D 142
  • E 170
  • F 194
  • G 214
  • H 233
  • I 268
  • J 275
  • K 285
  • L 296
  • M 342
  • N 386
  • O 399
  • P 412
  • Q 455
  • R 456
  • S 474
  • T 514
  • U 562
  • V 565
  • W 570
  • CHRONOLOGY 599
  • FAMILY TREES 607
  • MAPS 622
  • SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY 623
  • PICTURE ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 625
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