Trollopiana 88

Number 88 ~ Winter 2010-11


The Trollope Society 23rd AGM Lecture
Trollope and Millais – Words and Images which Read Each Other

Professor David Skilton tells the story of how two great artists became collaborators and friends, and how, at the high point of Victorian wood engraving, they forged a unique partnership.


America and Americans in the Nineteenth Century Novel, Part Two

In the second of three articles, Roger Harvey considers the representation of America and Americans in the works of Fanny Trollope, Charles Dickens and other Nineteenth century novelists.

Lady Julia’s Spectacles

Since retiring from the field of Classics, Carolyn Noble has been researching the origins of forebears. Here she explains the unexpected connection between herself and Lady Julia de Guest’s spectacles.

Orley Farm and The Law

Anthony Bradbury examines the legal position in Orley Farm and reviews Trollope’s relationship with the legal profession and his portrayal of barristers and solicitors in the novel.


Your Letters

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

Seminar Groups

A review of our Seminar Groups’ recent activity up and down the country.

Omnium Gatherum

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

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