Oxford Reader's Companion to Trollope

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CONTRIBUTORS

General Editor
R. C. TERRY (RCT). Professor Emeritus of English, University of Victoria, British Columbia. Since publishing Anthony Trollope: The Artist in Hiding ( 1977) he has produced two more books on Trollope, and Victorian Popular Fiction 1860-1880 ( 1983). He has edited books on Robert Louis Stevenson and (with Nelson Smith) on Wilkie Collins.

Consultant Editors
N. JOHN HALL (NJH). Distinguished Professor of English, Bronx Community College and the Graduate School, City University of New York. Twice a Guggenheim fellow, his publications include Trollope and his Illustrators ( 1980), The Trollope Critics ( 1981), The Letters of Anthony Trollope ( 1983), Trollope: A Biography ( 1991), and four books on Max Beerbohm.
JOHN SUTHERLAND (JS). Lord Northcliffe Professor of Modern English Literature, University College, London. Author of Victorian Novelists and Publishers ( 1976) and The Longman Companion to Victorian Fiction ( 1989). He has also edited a number of Trollope titles for the Oxford World's Classics and the Penguin Classics series.

Contributors
RUTH APROBERTS (R apR). Professor Emeritus of English, University of California, Riverside. Since publishing Trollope: Artist and Moralist (in the USA, The Moral Trollope) in 1971, she has published books on Matthew Arnold, Thomas Carlyle, and--most recently-- The Biblical Web ( 1994), studies in the influence of the Bible on anglophone culture.
TONY BAREHAM (TB). Professor of English at the University of Ulster at Coleraine. He has published books on Crabbe, Trollope, Lever, Stoppard, and Malcolm Lowry. His articles range in subject matter from Shakespeare to T. S. Eliot. Work in progress includes a definitive bibliography of Charles Lever.
SHEILA BURGAR (SRB). Sessional Lecturer in English at the University of Victoria. She is also working on her doctorate in Victorian literature. Her dissertation will explore Anthony Trollope's treatment of British attitudes towards imperialism, colonization, tourism, and travel.
GEORGE BUTTE (GB). Professor of English, Colorado College. He has published scholarly articles on Austen, Trollope, Conrad, and Hitchcock, and is currently finishing a book-length manuscript on intersubjectivity and narrative. He teaches the English novel, narrative and comic theory, and film studies.
RANDALL CRAIG (RC). Associate Professor at the State University of New York at Albany. He is the author of The Tragicomic Novel: Studies in a Fictional Mode from Meredith to Joyce ( 1989), Promising Language: Betrothal in Victorian Law and Fiction (forthcoming), and numerous articles on British fiction.
PETER EDWARDS (PE). Professor Emeritus of English, University of Queensland. He is the author of Anthony Trollope: His Art and Scope ( 1977), Anthony Trollope Son in Australia ( 1982), and Dickens 'Young Men': George Augustus Sala and Edmund Yates ( 1997).
MICKIE GROVER (MG). Studied at the Graduate Center, City University of New York. In addition to the Victorians she has written on science fiction and fantasy, recently completing a study of the witch in history and the novel. She is currently writing a dark fantasy with nary a witch in sight.
MARY HAMER (MH). Taught at Cambridge before becoming a fellow of the W. E. B. DuBois Institute, Harvard University. A cultural historian, her publications include: Writing by Numbers: Trollope's Serial Fiction ( 1987); Signs of Cleopatra: History, Politics, Representation ( 1993), and Julius Caesar ( 1998). She

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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
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  • CHRONOLOGY 599
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  • PICTURE ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 625
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