Online Conversazione ~ A Man in Full

A Man in Full: The Adventures of Anthony Trollope

Join Nicholas Birns and John Wirenius on the 206th anniversary of the birth of Anthony Trollope for an Online Conversazione celebrating Trollope’s life, works and adventures.

Anthony Trollope: A Companion

Nicholas Birns and John Wirenius are the editors of the forthcoming Anthony Trollope: A Companion. Part of the Macfarland Companions to 19th Century Literature series the companion includes  essays on every novel, short story collection, and nonfiction subject, as well as entries on people, places, institutions, and contexts important for Trollope.

For more information and to pre order your copy visit the Macfarland Books website.

Nicholas Birns is on the faculty of New York University’s Center for the Applied Liberal Arts and is the author and editor of many journal articles and books.

John F. Wirenius is a lawyer, deacon and novelist who is based in Albany, New York. He is the author of a novel continuing Trollope’s Palliser series, and of other books and articles on legal and religious issues intersecting with Trollope’s concerns.

Join us on Zoom

We will send you an email with instructions on how to join and the password. Using Zoom is easy, just click on the link in the email and follow the instructions. Click here to register.

Please note that you will not be able to join the meeting until 8.00pm (UK time) on the day.

Watch previous meetings

You can watch recordings of the introduction to previous meetings here.

Pick Up A Trollope WhatsApp Group

If you would like to stay in touch with other Trollope readers as you read, consider joining our WhatsApp Group. For more details and to apply to join click here.

Comments and feedback

If you have taken part in the online Zoom reading group during the COVID-19 pandemic we would love to have your feedback. With your permission we may like to include your comments in reports to funders and on our website and marketing materials.

Click here to give your feedback on the the online reading group.

Please support the work of the Trollope Society

There is no charge for this event, but we would be grateful if you would consider making a donation.

We are working hard to raise the profile of Anthony Trollope. Our resources are limited, and our ambition great, so we’re asking for your help. You can donate using your credit card, debit card, or PayPal account.


Address: Free Zoom Meeting - Registration required