TROLLOPE
A Biography

N. JOHN HALL

CLARENDON PRESS · OXFORD 1991

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Contents xi
  • Illustrations xiii
  • Acknowledgements xiv
  • Introduction xv
  • Harrow and London 1
  • 1 - Gentle Origins 3
  • 2 - Harrow Day Boy 11
  • 3 - Wykehamist 23
  • 4 - Harrow Weald 31
  • 5 - A Famous Mother 38
  • 6 - St Martin's-Le-Grand 49
  • 7 - Aspirations 67
  • Ireland 79
  • 8 - Banagher and Good Fortune 81
  • 9 - Marriage and Authorship 91
  • 10 - Conservative Liberal 111
  • 11 - The West Country and the Warden 124
  • 12 - Barchester Towers and Success 143
  • 13 - Egypt and the Holy Land 159
  • 14 - The West Indies 171
  • Waltham Cross 185
  • 15 - Waltham House and the Cornhill 187
  • 17 - North America 225
  • 18 - Almost a National Institution 243
  • 19 - Pallisers and Periodicals 267
  • 20 - Farewells and Saint Pauls Magazine 291
  • 21 - Washington and Beverley 316
  • 22 - Other Politics 333
  • 23 - Australia and New Zealand 362
  • Montagu Square 381
  • 24 - The Way We Live Now 383
  • 25 - Pallisers Again 393
  • 26 - An Autobiography 402
  • 27 - South Africa 421
  • 28 - Popenjoy and Ayala 435
  • 29 - Extending the Range 449
  • South Harting 475
  • 30 - A Country Residence 477
  • 31 - A Late Masterwork 490
  • 32 - An Old Man 498
  • 33 - Last Days 511
  • Notes 516
  • Trollope Family Tree 558
  • Chronological LIst of Trollope's Works 560
  • Index 563
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