Anthony Trollope bibliography
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This is a bibliography of the works of Anthony Trollope.
|The Macdermots of Ballycloran||1847||Thomas Cautley Newby|
|The Kellys and the O'Kellys||1848||H. Colburn||Reprinted:
|La Vendée: An Historical Romance||1850||H. Colburn|
|The Three Clerks||1858||Richard Bentley|
|The Bertrams||1859||Chapman & Hall|
|Castle Richmond||1860||Chapman & Hall|
|Orley Farm||1862||Chapman & Hall|
|The Struggles of Brown, Jones & Robinson||1862||Smith, Elder & Co.|
|Rachel Ray||1863||Chapman & Hall|
|Miss Mackenzie||1865||Chapman & Hall|
|The Belton Estate||1866||Chapman & Hall|
|The Claverings||1867||Smith, Elder & Co.|
|He Knew He Was Right||1869||Strahan|
|The Vicar of Bullhampton||1870||Bradbury and Evans|
|Sir Harry Hotspur of Humblethwaite||1871||Hurst and Blackett|
|Ralph the Heir||1871||Hurst and Blackett|
|The Golden Lion of Granpère||1872||Tinsley Brothers|
|Harry Heathcote of Gangoil||1874||Sampson, Low|
|Lady Anna||1874||Chapman & Hall||Serialized in the Australasian.|
|The Way We Live Now||1875||Chapman & Hall|
|The American Senator||1877||Chapman & Hall||Monthly serial in Temple Bar, May 1876 to July 1877. Several of the characters appear also in Ayala's Angel and in the Barsetshire and Palliser novels.|
|Is He Popenjoy?||1878||Chapman & Hall|
|John Caldigate||1879||Chapman & Hall|
|An Eye for an Eye||1879||Chapman & Hall|
|Cousin Henry||1879||Chapman & Hall||Serialized in the Manchester Weekly Times and the North British Weekly Mail from 8 March 1879 to 24 May 1879.|
|Ayala's Angel||1881||Chapman & Hall|
|Doctor Wortle's School||1881||Chapman & Hall|
|The Fixed Period||1882||Blackwood|
|Kept in the Dark||1882||Chatto & Windus|
|Marion Fay||1882||Chapman & Hall|
|Mr. Scarborough's Family||1883||Chatto & Windus|
|The Landleaguers||1883||Chatto & Windus|
|An Old Man's Love||1884||Blackwood|
|The Warden||1855||Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans|
|Barchester Towers||1857||Barchester Towers was the first of Trollope's novels to establish his popularity with the general reading public.
|Doctor Thorne||1858||Chapman & Hall||Reprinted:
|Framley Parsonage||1861||Smith, Elder & Co.||Appeared as a serial in The Cornhill Magazine, from January, 1860, to April, 1861.
|The Small House at Allington||1864||Smith, Elder & Co.|
|The Last Chronicle of Barset||1867||Smith, Elder & Co.|
|Can You Forgive Her?||1865||Chapman & Hall||It was published in twenty monthly parts, from January 1864 to August 1865. Henry James reviewed savagely in The Nation.|
|Phineas Finn||1869||Virtue & Co.|
|The Eustace Diamonds||1873||Chapman & Hall||First published as a serial in the Fortnightly Review, from July 1871 to February 1873.
|Phineas Redux||1874||Chapman & Hall||First published as a serial in The Graphic, from 9 July 1873 to 10 January 1874.|
|The Prime Minister||1876||Chapman & Hall|
|The Duke's Children||1880||Chapman & Hall||Appeared as a serial in All the Year Round, from 4 October 1879 to 14 July 1880.
- Tales of All Countries, 1st Series (1861)
- "La Mère Bauche"
- "The O'Conors of Castle Conor"
- "John Bull on the Guadalquivir"
- "Miss Sarah Jack, of Spanish Town, Jamaica"
- "The Courtship of Susan Bell"
- "Relics of General Chassé"
- "An Unprotected Female At the Pyramids"
- "The Château of Prince Polignac"
- Tales of All Countries 2nd Series (1863)
- "Aaron Trow"
- "Mrs. General Talboys"
- "The Parson's Daughter of Oxney Colne"
- "George Walker At Suez"
- "The Mistletoe Bough"
- "Returning Home"
- "A Ride Across Palestine"
- "The House of Heine Brothers in Munich"
- "The Man Who Kept His Money In a Box"
- "Gentle Euphemia" (1866)
- "Katchen's Caprices" (1866)
- Lotta Schmidt & Other Stories (1867)
- "Lotta Schmidt"
- "The Adventures of Fred Pickering"
- "The Two Generals"
- "Father Giles of Ballymoy"
- "Malachi's Cove"
- "The Widow's Mite"
- "The Last Austrian Who Left Venice"
- "Miss Ophelia Gledd"
- "The Journey to Panama"
- An Editor's Tales (1870)
- "The Turkish Bath"
- "Mary Gresley"
- "Josephine De Montmorenci"
- "The Panjandrum"
- "The Spotted Dog"
- "Mrs. Brumby"
- "Christmas at Kirkby Cottage" (1870)
- "Never, Never -- Never, Never" (1875)
- "Catherine Carmichael" (1878)
- Why Frau Frohmann Raised Her Prices and other Stories (1882)
- "Why Frau Frohmann Raised Her Prices"
- "The Lady of Launay"
- "Christmas At Thompson Hall"
- "The Telegraph Girl"
- "Alice Dugdale"
- The Two Heroines of Plumpington (1882)
- "Not If I Know It"
|The West Indies and the Spanish Main||1859||Chapman & Hall|
|North America||1862||Chapman & Hall|
|Hunting Sketches||1865||Chapman & Hall||First published as a serial in the Pall Mall Gazette in 1865.|
|Travelling Sketches||1866||Chapman & Hall||Appeared as a serial in the Pall Mall Gazette in 1865.|
|Clergymen of the Church of England||1866||Chapman & Hall||Serialized in the Pall Mall Gazette (1865–1866).|
|On English Prose Fiction as a Rational Amusement||1869||Reprinted:
|The Commentaries of Caesar||1870||Blackwood|
|Australia and New Zealand||1873||Chapman & Hall||Serialised in the newspaper Australiasian, from 22 February 1873 to 20 June 1874.|
|New South Wales & Queensland||1874|
|South Africa||1878||Chapman & Hall|
|How the 'Mastiffs' Went to Iceland||1878||Privately printed||First published as "Iceland," The Fortnightly Review, Vol. XXX, 1878, pp. 175–190.|
|Life of Cicero||1880||Chapman & Hall|
|London Tradesmen||1927||E. Mathews & Marrot||Edited with an foreword by Michael Sadleir.|
|The New Zealander||1972||Clarendon Press||Edited with an introduction by N. John Hall.
First published in
|"American Literary Piracy"||September, 1862||The Athenæum|
|"W.M. Thackeray"||February, 1864||The Cornhill Magazine|
|"On Anonymous Literature"||1865||The Fortnightly Review|
|"The Irish Church"||1865||The Fortnightly Review|
|"The Public Schools"||1865||The Fortnightly Review|
|"The Civil Service"||1865||The Fortnightly Review|
|"The Fourth Commandment"||1866||The Fortnightly Review|
|"Mr. Freeman on the Morality of Hunting"||1869||The Fortnightly Review||Written in reply to E.A. Freeman's article "The Morality of Field Sports."
|"Charles Dickens"||July 1870||St. Paul's Magazine|
|"Cicero as a Politician"||April 1877||The Fortnightly Review|
|"Cicero as a Men of Letters"||September 1877||The Fortnightly Review|
|"The Young Women in the London Telegraph Office"||1877||Good Words|
|"Kafir Land"||February 1878||The Fortnightly Review|
|"Iceland"||August 1878||The Fortnightly Review|
|"In the Hunting Field"||1879||Good Words|
|"A Walk in the Wood"||1879||Good Words|
|"George Henry Lewes"||January 1879||The Fortnightly Review|
|"Novel Reading: The Works of Charles Dickens and W. Makepeace Thackeray"||January 1879||The Nineteenth Century|
|"The Genius of Nathaniel Hawthorne"||September 1879||The North American Review|
|"Henry Wadsworth Longfellow"||April 1881||The North American Review|
- The Tireless Traveler: Twenty Letters to the Liverpool Mercury, ed., by B. A. Booth (1941).
- The Letters of Anthony Trollope, ed., by B. A. Booth (1951).
- The Letters of Anthony Trollope, ed., by N. John Hall (2 vols., 1983).
- Joyce, R.B. (1976). "Trollope, Anthony (1815–1882)." In: Australian Dictionary of Biography, Vol. VI. Melbourne: Melbourne University Publishing.
- Thompson, Julian (1999). "Note on the Text." In: Cousin Henry. New York: Oxford University Press, p. xxvi.
- James, Louis (2006). The Victorian Novel. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, p. 168.
- The Nation, Vol. I, 1865, pp. 409–410 (rep. in Notes and Reviews. Cambridge: Dunster House, 1921; Anthony Trollope: The Critical Heritage. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1969. Also see Roberts, Morris (1929). Henry James's Criticism. Cambridge: Harvard University Press).
- Trollope, Anthony (1993). The Penguin Trollope, Vol 11. Penguin. ISBN 0140438106.
- Trollope, Anthony (1993). The Penguin Trollope, Vol 14. Penguin. ISBN 0140438149.
- Trollope, Anthony (1993). The Penguin Trollope, Vol 23. Penguin. ISBN 0140438238.
- Trollope, Anthony (1993). The Penguin Trollope, Vol 28. Penguin. ISBN 0140438289.
- Trollope, Anthony (1993). The Penguin Trollope, Vol 46. Penguin. ISBN 0140438467.
- Freeman, E.A (1869). "The Morality of Field Sports," The Fortnightly Review, Vol. XII, pp. 353–385. Also see Taylor, Helen (1870). "A Few Words on Mr. Trollope's Defense of Fox Hunting," The Fortnightly Review, Vol. XIII, pp. 63–68; Freeman, E.A. (1870). "The Controversy of Field Sports," The Fortnightly Review, Vol. XIV, pp. 674–691. For Trollope's discussion of this debate, see An Autobiography.