Anthony Trollope is, with Dickens, the most enduringly popular Victorian novelist. All of his 47 novels have been printed - two of which have been made into TV series, "The Pallisers" and "The Barchester Chronicles". Born in 1815, Trollope initially made his living working for the Post Office - introducing the pillar box into Britain. He was also an enthusiastic rider to hounds, a Liberal parliamentary candidate, a magazine editor, a traveller, the devoted friend of Thackeray and George Eliot and the author of over 60 books and a vast amount of journalism. This book explores Trollope's private life - his unhappy childhood, his relationships with his wife and a beautiful American, Kate Fielding - while creating a picture of the times in which he lived.
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"Majestic, capacious, compelling and clear-sighted." -- Hilary Spurling, "Daily Telegraph
"Glendinning succeeds, as no biographer has done before, in bringing him to life on the page... Here, at last, is an Anthony Trollope whom one can know as a man...The effect is startlingly impressive." -- Jonathan Raban," Independent on Sunday
"I came to this biography of Trollope with unreasonably high expectations. They were amply fulfilled... A work as readable, richly shifting and well-shaped as a good novel... compendiously well-informed." -- Caroline Moore, "The Times
"Enormously enjoyable." -- John Mortimer, Books of the Year, "Sunday Times
'Majestic, capacious, compelling and clear-sighted.' Hilary Spurling, Daily Telegraph
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