ANTHONY TROLLOPE Ultimate Collection: 100+ Novels & Short Stories; Articles, Memoirs & Essays

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Sprache - Englisch

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Anthony Trollope's collection, 'ANTHONY TROLLOPE Ultimate Collection: 100+ Novels & Short Stories; Articles, Memoirs & Essays', showcases the depth and breadth of his literary talent. Known for his detailed character development and social commentary, Trollope's novels transport readers to the Victorian era with vivid descriptions and engaging plots. With over 100 works in this collection, readers can explore the full range of Trollope's literary output, from novels to short stories, articles, memoirs, and essays. Trollope's writing style is both elegant and accessible, making his works a timeless addition to any library. This collection provides a comprehensive look at one of the most prolific and influential writers of the 19th century. Anthony Trollope's extensive career in the British civil service provided him with unique insights into society and politics, which he skillfully incorporated into his writing. His keen observations and satirical wit set him apart as a master storyteller and social critic. 'ANTHONY TROLLOPE Ultimate Collection' is a must-read for anyone interested in Victorian literature, social commentary, and the art of storytelling.

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Anthony Trollope (1815–1882) was an English novelist of the Victorian era, renowned for his insightful yet compassionate portrayals of the lives of the English middle classes. Trollope is best known for the 'Chronicles of Barsetshire', a series that vividly depicted the environment and the people of the fictional county of Barsetshire and includes beloved works such as 'The Warden' and 'Barchester Towers'. His vast oeuvre includes 47 novels, numerous short stories, and several books on travel, in addition to his influential works of fiction. Trollope's writing is marked by his keen observations varied through satirical, comedic, and earnest tones. He excelled in creating complex characters and detailed social settings. Unlike his contemporaries, Trollope delved into the machinations and daily life of Parliament and the civil service, offering authentic representations of Victorian England's governmental systems, making his 'Palliser' series, which includes 'The Eustace Diamonds' and 'Phineas Finn', particularly notable. His straightforward narrative style and the serialized format of his novels helped them gain popularity during his lifetime, and his work has continued to be admired for its realism, organization, and imaginative substance.

Product Details

Publisher: DigiCat

Genre: Sprache - Englisch

Language: English

Size: 24851 Pages

Filesize: 23.7 MB

ISBN: 8596547718833