Anthony Trollope

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Anthony Trollope
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Persona informo
Naskonomo Anthony Trollope [#]
Naskiĝo 24-an de aprilo 1815 (1815-04-24)
en Londono
Morto 6-an de decembro 1882 (1882-12-06) (67-jara)
en Londono
Tombo Kensal Green Cemetery [#]
Lingvoj angla lingvo [#]
Ŝtataneco Unuiĝinta Reĝlando de Granda Britio kaj Irlando [#]
Alma mater Lernejo HarrowKolegio Winchester [#]
Subskribo Anthony Trollope
Familio
Patro Thomas Trollope [#]
Patrino Frances Trollope [#]
Gefratoj Thomas Adolphus Trollope [#]
Idoj Henry Merivale Trollope [#]
Profesio
Profesio verkisto • aŭtobiografo • romanisto • biografo [#]
[#] Fonto: Vikidatumoj
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Anthony TROLLOPE (/ˈtrɒləp/; naskiĝis la 24-an de aprilo 1815, mortis la 6-an de decembro 1882) estis angla romanisto de la Viktoriana epoko. Inter liaj plej bone konataj verkoj estas serio de romanoj kolektive konataj kiel "Kronikoj de Barsetshire", kiuj temas pri imaga graflando Barsetshire. Li verkis ankaŭ romanojn pri politikaj, sociaj kaj ĝenrismaj temoj, kaj pri aliaj aferoj.[1]

La literatura reputacio de Trollope iom malaltiĝis dum la lastaj jaroj de lia vivo,[2] sed li reakiris aprezon de kritikistoj meze de la 20a jarcento.

Kronikoj de Barsetshire[redakti | redakti fonton]

La romanoj de la serio estas la jenaj:

  • The Warden (1855)
  • Barchester Towers (1857)
  • Doctor Thorne (1858)
  • Framley Parsonage (1861)
  • The Small House at Allington (1864)
  • The Last Chronicle of Barset (1867)

Notoj[redakti | redakti fonton]

  1. Nardin, Jane (1990). "The Social Critic in Anthony Trollope's Novels," SEL: Studies in English Literature 1500–1900, Vol. XXX, No. 4, pp. 679–696.
  2. "What about Anthony Trollope? Was not Anthony Trollope popular, even during the days of Dickens and Thackeray? And who ever preached a reactionary crusade against him? Yet is he not fast disappearing from the attention of our novel readers? Trollope, unlike most successful novelists, was himself made sensible during his later years of a steady decline of his popularity. I heard a well-known London publisher once say that the novelist who had once obtained by any process a complete popular success never could lose it during his lifetime; that, let him write as carelessly and as badly as he might, his lifetime could not last long enough to enable him to shake off his public. But the facts of Trollope's literary career show that the declaration of my publisher friend was too sweeping in its terms. For several years before his death, Trollope's prices were steadily falling off. Now, one seldom hears him talked of; one hardly ever hears a citation from him in a newspaper or a magazine." – M'Carthy, Justin (1900). "Disappearing Authors," The North American Review, Vol. 170, No. 520, p. 397.