In "The Duke's Children" (1880), the sixth and last of the Palliser novels, Trollope explores the conflict between public and personal needs and, as he draws his saga to a close, examines the painful transition from traditional values to a new order.
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Katherine Mullin has previously published on James Joyce and her next book will be on Working Girls: Literature, Labour, and Sexuality 1880-1920
Francis O'Gorman has published books on John Ruskin and edited and contributed to Blackwell's Critical Guide to the Victorian Novel (2002) and the Concise Companion to the Victorial Novel (Blackwell, 2004). He is the editor of The Cambridge Companion to Victorian Culture.
Anthony Trollope (1815-1882) was a prolific and popular novelist who simultaneously maintained a successful career as a civil servant in the Post Office. He wrote 47 novels during his life, the most famous of which are the six Chronicles of Barsetshire and the six 'Palliser' novels.
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