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Anthony Trollope

Fecha de nacimiento: 24. Abril 1815
Fecha de muerte: 6. Diciembre 1882

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Anthony Trollope fue uno de los novelistas ingleses más exitosos, prolíficos y respetados de la época victoriana. Algunas de las obras más apreciadas de Trollope, conocidas en conjunto como las Crónicas de Barsetshire o Las novelas de Barchester, giran en torno al condado imaginario de Barsetshire, pero también escribió penetrantes novelas sobre temas y conflictos políticos, sociales y sexuales de su época.

Trollope ha sido siempre un novelista popular. Han sido aficionados a sus novelas sir Alec Guinness , el ex primer ministro británico sir John Major, el economista John Kenneth Galbraith, la popular escritora estadounidense de misterio Sue Grafton y el guionista y dramaturgo Harding Lemay. La reputación literaria de Trollope decayó un tanto durante sus últimos años de vida, pero a partir de mediados del siglo XX recuperó el favor de la crítica. Sir Ifor Evans señala que, durante los bombardeos sobre Inglaterra en la Segunda Guerra Mundial, las novelas de Trollope eran la lectura favorita de un gran número de personas.[1]​

Frases Anthony Trollope

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„What men ought to want is liberty.“

— Anthony Trollope
Context: "I think it is so glorious," said the American. "There is no such mischievous nonsense in all the world as equality. That is what father says. What men ought to want is liberty." Ch. 48

„There are things done which are as holy as the heavens, — which are clear before God as the light of the sun, which leave no stain on the conscience, and which yet the malignity of man can invest with the very blackness of hell!“

— Anthony Trollope
Context: But how shall I excuse it? There are things done which are as holy as the heavens, — which are clear before God as the light of the sun, which leave no stain on the conscience, and which yet the malignity of man can invest with the very blackness of hell! Ch. 42

„It would seem that the full meaning of the word marriage can never be known by those who, at their first outspring into life, are surrounded by all that money can give.“

— Anthony Trollope
Context: It would seem that the full meaning of the word marriage can never be known by those who, at their first outspring into life, are surrounded by all that money can give. It requires the single sitting-room, the single fire, the necessary little efforts of self-devotion, the inward declaration that some struggle shall be made for that other one. The Bertrams (1859), Ch. 30

„There is no such mischievous nonsense in all the world as equality.“

— Anthony Trollope
Context: "I think it is so glorious," said the American. "There is no such mischievous nonsense in all the world as equality. That is what father says. What men ought to want is liberty." Ch. 48

„Speak to me of honour, of duty, and of nobility; and tell me what they require of you.“

— Anthony Trollope
Context: But between you and me there should be no mention of law as the guide of conduct. Speak to me of honour, of duty, and of nobility; and tell me what they require of you. Ch. 61

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