Trollopiana ~ Issue 114
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Trollopiana, Number 114, Autumn 2019.
What Anthony Trollope Can Teach Us About Headaches
Pamela Blake is a medical practitioner specialising in the diagnosis and treatment of headaches and related conditions, based in Houston, Texas.
Phineas Finn and Phineas Redux: One Novel or Two?
John Graves gave the following talk as a preamble to the Oxford Group’s Seminar on 20th June 2019 which discussed the eponymous Phineas Finn.
Book Review: The Lost Properties of Love
Sophie Ratcliffe is a Fellow and Tutor of English Language and Literature at Lady Margaret Hall and an Associate Professor at the Faculty of English at Oxford University. Her book The Lost Properties of Love was published in February 2019.
The Trollopes in Italy: Trollope Society Trip to Florence 2020
The Society is organising a four-day trip to Florence in April 2020 to follow in the footsteps of Anthony who visited the city several times to stay with his mother, Fanny, and his brother, Thomas Adolphus.
Margaret Rudomino All-Russia State Library for Foreign Literature
Copies of a number of Anthony Trollope’s novels have been donated to the Margaret Rudomino All-Russia State Library for Foreign Literature.
The Duke’s Children – Extended Version Audiobook
The extended version of The Duke’s Children has just been published by Naxos AudioBooks in audio form.
Ayala’s Angel Themed Picnic in Kensington Gardens
Ave Atque Vale – Hail and Farewell – Charles Richard Gregson (‘Ricky’)
A collection of all sorts of things of interest to Trollopians.