Trollope

[trol-uh p]
Related formsTrol·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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Contemporary Examples of trollope

  • Trollope is almost alone in being the great bard of liberal democracy.

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    The Case for Trollope

    David Frum

    February 5, 2013

Historical Examples of trollope


British Dictionary definitions for trollope

Trollope

noun
  1. Anthony . 1815–82, English novelist. His most successful novels, such as The Warden (1855), Barchester Towers (1857), and Dr Thorne (1858), are those in the Barsetshire series of studies of English provincial life. The Palliser series of political novels includes Phineas Redux (1874) and The Prime Minister (1876)
  2. Joanna . born 1943, British novelist: her works include The Choir (1988), A Village Affair (1989), The Rector's Wife (1991), The Best of Friends (1995), and The Girl From the South (2002)
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