A work in progress
Anthony Trollope’s books categorised according to the Trollope Society:
The Barset Novels:
The Small House at Allington(1864)
The Last Chronicle of Barset (1867)
The Comic Novels:
The Belton Estate(1866)
An Old Man’s Love (1884)
The Dramatic Novels:
The Vicar of Bullhampton (1870)
Is He Popenjoy?(1878)
Dr. Wortle’s School (1880)
The Irish Novels:
The Overseas Novels:
The Palliser Novels:
Can You Forgive Her?(1865)
The Short Stories
The Non Fiction Novels
4 responses to “Anthony Trollope: Barsetshire and Beyond”
I’m reading Framley Parsonage at the moment. It is a lovely novel and I am three quarters of the way through. Trollope is a master story teller and the mark of his genius is that he does not need to resort to sex and violence to make his stories interesting.
Do you have a favourite Trollope novel?
Yes, Framley Parsonage. So far I’ve read The Warden, Barchester Chronicles, and Dr Thorne. At the moment I’m reading The Small House at Allington
I love Trollope; I have read all of his novels with one exception. I have reread many of them. I look forward to reading your reviews.