The Cambridge Companion to Anthony Trollope

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Carolyn Dever, Lisa Niles
Cambridge University Press, 2011 - 236 pagina's
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Anthony Trollope was among the most prolific, popular, and richly diverse writers of the mid-Victorian period, with forty-seven novels and a variety of other writings to his name. Both a serial and series writer whose novels traversed Ireland, England, Australia and New Zealand, and genres from realism to science fiction, Trollope also published criticism, short fiction, travel writing and biography. The Cambridge Companion to Anthony Trollope provides a state-of-the-field review of critical perspectives on his work, with the volume's sixteen essays addressing Trollope's biography, autobiography, canonical fiction, short stories and travel writing, as well as surveying diverse topics including gender, sexuality, vulgarity, and the law.
 

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Introduction
1
Trollopes literary life and times
6
Trollope as autobiographer and biographer
17
Trollopes Barsetshire series
31
The Palliser novels
44
Trollope redux the later novels
58
Trollopes short fiction
71
Trollope and the sensation novel
85
The construction of masculinities
128
Vulgarity and money
142
Trollope and the law
155
Trollope and travel
168
Trollope and the Antipodes
181
Trollope and Ireland
196
Trollope and America
210
Further reading
224

Queer Trollope
99
The hobbledehoy in Trollope
113

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Over de auteur (2011)

Carolyn Dever is Professor of English and Dean of the College of Arts and Science at Vanderbilt University, Tennessee.

Lisa Niles is Assistant Professor of English at Spelman College, Georgia.

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