Shout Out Sunday No. 4 – The Great Trollope

The Shout-Out Sunday Web Site for today, 26 January 2014 is:

All About Anthony Trollope

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I can’t say enough about the wonders of the writings of Anthony Trollope, so I will leave it to you to discover them for yourselves, if you desire.

Here are a few more good sites relating to this, my second favorite writer of all time (next to Charlotte Bronte, of course):

The Literature Network – All About Trollope.

Victorian Web Dot Org: A good page with lots of links about Trollope.

Take a peek here for “…a listing of all the fiction and non-fiction books and short stories Anthony Trollope wrote arranged by the year in which he began or wrote each.”

And what a list it is!

I had read one or two of Trollope’s novels, starting with The Small House at Allington, before I found this:

Autobiography of Trollope’s life.

I read that book, and so much was explained about the man whom I already admired but about whom I was in the dark still concerning his life story. This book was wonderful. I loaned it to my Paul to read and, contrary to what I thought he would do, he read it from cover to cover with great enthusiasm. He loved it too. He normally doesn’t read biographies or autobiographies – he prefers books all about England, Scotland, and specifically our beloved Yorkshire. But he did love this book, as did I. So it comes highly recommended if you want a good background before jumping in to Trollope’s abundant supply of wonderfully written books.

Here’s a list of his books available at amazon-dot-com for you.

Have a wonderful Sunday, if you can, and if you can’t, well, find a Trollope story and jump in head first – you will be delighted by what you find there.

Here is Trollope’s autobiography on-line… start reading it right now!



It’s in every one of us to be wise;

Find your heart, open up both your eyes.

We can all know every thing without ever knowing why.

It’s in every one of us, by and bye.

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8 Responses to Shout Out Sunday No. 4 – The Great Trollope

  1. I will be back! I’m exhausted at the moment after a full & lively day. I sooooo enjoy your Sunday posts. So full of new adventures. xoxo


  2. I will be back! I’m exhausted at the moment after a full & lively day. I sooooo enjoy your Sunday posts. So full of new adventures. xoxo


  3. mz. em says:

    You are just a wealth of information about topics I have not heard off. I visited your links and have book marked them for later reading. I can hardly wait for next Sunday.


  4. I never read him before, but will check him out. Thanks!


  5. Bex says:

    Same here, Anna, loved Barchester… my favourite of his books are the Palliser novels… and I have to admit I did not read the books – yet – but I have the series on VHS tapes that I’ve watched probably 3 times… what a great series that is!

    Phineas Finn is my favourite Trollope character!

    Click the above link and you can read the book right there on that site, see the left-hand column for chapters.


  6. Annanotbob3 says:

    Love your Sunday posts! Also very fond of Trollope, esp the Barchester Chronicles. xx


  7. Sandy From Iowa says:

    GREAT journal today…I have some of his books because of you šŸ™‚
    You told me of him and I shopped!


  8. WendyNC says:

    Bex, I see that many of Trollope’s works are available in Kindle editions at no charge. Thanks for the introduction. I look forward to reading his stories.


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