OTHER WORDS FROM TrollopeTrol·lop·i·an, Trol·lop·e·an [truh-lop-ee-uh n, -loh-pee-, trol-uh-pee-] /trəˈlɒp i ən, -ˈloʊ pi-, ˌtrɒl əˈpi-/, adjective, noun
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Trollope is almost alone in being the great bard of liberal democracy.
Nina Balatka is, on the surface, a love story — not an unusual theme for Trollope.Nina Balatka|Anthony Trollope
For this very reason a set—what the publishers call a definitive edition—of Trollope will never be published.The Amenities of Book-Collecting and Kindred Affections|A. Edward Newton
We do not know what Mr. Trollope means by 'the necessities of children.
It is not the highest school of art, but Mr. Trollope is a master in it, and 'Ralph the Heir' is one of his greatest pictures.
We meet characters on the road who have just stepped out of Trollope's novels.