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Anthony Trollope

Anthony Trollope was an English novelist and civil servant. He is best known for his series of novels, the Chronicles of Barsetshire, and his prolific writing, having published 47 books and numerous short stories and articles. Trollope is considered one of the most successful and influential writers of the Victorian era.

Anthony Trollope was born in London, the son of a bankrupt barrister. He attended Harrow School and Winchester College and then worked in the postal service. He held various administrative positions in the postal service, which allowed him to travel extensively throughout the United Kingdom and abroad.

In addition to his work in the postal service, Trollope was a successful and highly respected novelist. He is best known for his Chronicles of Barsetshire series (1855–1867), which consists of six novels set in the fictional county of Barsetshire, and his Palliser series (1865–1880), which also consists of six books set in the political and social world of 19th-century England.

Trollope's works are notable for their realism, wit, and insight into human nature. The novelist is considered one of the most successful and influential novelists of the Victorian era. Some of his most famous works include The Warden (1855), Barchester Towers (1857), and The Way We Live Now (1875).

Anthony Trollope was recognized as a master of novels on political, social, and gender topics. Trollope was a strong supporter of women's rights and was ahead of his time in his views on gender equality. In his novels, he often portrayed women as intelligent and capable characters and tackled issues such as marriage, divorce, and women's education.

Here are several novels by Anthony Trollope explore issues related to women's rights and gender equality, including:

The Way We Live Now (1875) — This novel deals with themes of social climbing, corruption, and the position of women in society. It includes a strong and intelligent female character named Lady Carbury, who struggles to support herself and her children after being abandoned by her husband.

Can You Forgive Her? (1864–65) — This novel, part of the Palliser series, explores the theme of marriage and the limited options available to women in Victorian society. It follows the lives of two young women, Alice and Lady Glencora, as they navigate the expectations placed on them as women and make difficult choices about their futures.

He Knew He Was Right (1869) — This novel deals with the theme of jealousy and the damaging effects it can have on relationships. It features a complex and nuanced portrayal of a marriage in which the husband's jealousy and possessiveness lead to the breakdown of the relationship.

Trollope has always been an in-demand novelist. Some of Trollope's famous readers included Queen Victoria, who was a fan of his work, and Charles Dickens, who admired Trollope's writing and was his colleague and friend.

Anthony Trollope died in Marylebone, London, in 1882 and is buried in Kensal Green Cemetery near the grave of his contemporary, English novelist and playwright Wilkie Collins.
years of life: 24 April 1815 6 December 1882

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