America and Americans in the Nineteenth Century Novel – Part One
In the first of three articles, Roger Harvey considers the representation of America and Americans in the works of Fanny Trollope, Henry James and other Nineteenth century novelists.
Saints and Sinners
Jean Ammar examines how Trollope used physiognomy to hint at a character’s personality traits to help readers understand and predict how they might behave.
Maria Dorn looks at how society’s attitude to Mrs Askerton changes once the truth about her first marriage is known in The Belton Estate.
Your questions, comments and observations on Trollope and the Trollope Society.
A review of our Seminar Groups’ recent activity up and down the country.
A collection of all sorts of things of interest to Trollopians.
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