Trollopiana 119

Number 119 ~ Summer 2021


Clergymen of the Victorian Church

Chris Skilton has a degree in English and has worked all his life in the Church of England which, perhaps, makes him uniquely well-placed to
comment on Trollope’s portrayal of Anglican clergy.

Trollope and the Colour Mauve

Janis Zroback is an artist and decorative painter with a passion for literature and an avid interest in domestic history.

‘Jocund William’ with Trollope in Brussels

Monica Kendall spent seven years researching and writing Lies and the Brontës: The Quest for the Jenkins Family. After Master’s degrees at
Oxford and University College London, she is currently studying for a PhD at Aberystwyth University from a small hill in North Wales.

Lies and the Brontës: The Quest for the Jenkins Family

A book review by Mark Green.

That’s The Way To Do It!

Michael Williamson explores the history of Punch and the magazine’s relationship with Trollope.


Your Letters

Your questions, comments and observations on Trollope and the Trollope Society.

Omnium Gatherum

A collection of all sorts of things of interest to Trollopians.

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