The Trollopian; A Journal of Victorian Fiction (Six Issues). Richard M. Baker, Muriel R. Trollope, Bradford A. Booth, Mildred G. Christian, Lance O. Tingay, Anthony Trollope, Charles Dickens, Bronte.
The Trollopian; A Journal of Victorian Fiction (Six Issues)
The Trollopian; A Journal of Victorian Fiction (Six Issues)
The Trollopian; A Journal of Victorian Fiction (Six Issues)
The Trollopian; A Journal of Victorian Fiction (Six Issues)
The Trollopian; A Journal of Victorian Fiction (Six Issues)
The Trollopian; A Journal of Victorian Fiction (Six Issues)
The Trollopian; A Journal of Victorian Fiction (Six Issues)
The Trollopian; A Journal of Victorian Fiction (Six Issues)
The Trollopian; A Journal of Victorian Fiction (Six Issues)

The Trollopian; A Journal of Victorian Fiction (Six Issues)

Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press; [Cambridge University Press], 1948 and 1949. First Edition, First Printing. Wrappers. A Group of Six Issues of The Trollopian: A Journal of Victorian Fiction, being Volume 2, Number 4 for March,1948; Volume 3, Number 1 for June,1948; Volume 3, Number 2 for September,1948; Volume 3, Number 3 for December,1948; Volume 3, Number 4 for March,1949; and Volume 4, Number 1 for June,1949. Each Issue shows some spotting to the lower edge, some of the spine staples show some rusting, some of the issues show some minor surface damage, and there is some general toning to the wrappers. Altogether, the various issues contain: "Who was Dick Datchery? A Study for Droodians" (Part One and Part Two) by Richard M. Baker; "What I Was Told" by Muriel R. Trollope (Henry Merivale Trollope's daughter and thus Anthony Trollope's granddaughter); "Trollope and Little Dorrit" by Bradford A. Booth; "A Census of Bronte Manuscripts in the United States" by Mildred G. Christian , Parts Two, Three (Letters), Four (Letters Continued), and Five (Letters Concluded); "Mary Barton: A Victorian Best Seller" by Annette B. Hopkins; "Mapmaking in Barsetshire" by Lance O. Tingay; "The Ancient City of Barchester: A Map" by Frank E. Robbins; "Review: The Brontes, by Phyllis Bentley" by Fannie E. Ratchford; "The Trollopes Write to Bentley" (Part One and Part Two) by Robert H. Taylor; "John Jasper - Murderer (Parts One and Two); "Trollope as a Recorder of Verbal Usage" by Lionel Stevenson; "Review: George Eliot" by Gerald Bullett; "Vanity Fair after One Hundred Years" by Clara Lederer; "The Meaning of Egoism in George Meredith's The Egoist" by Richard B. Hudson; "Wuthering Heights and the Critics" by Melvin R. Watson; "Thomas Hardy's Ironic Vision" (Part One and Part Two) by Mary Caroline Richards; "The Genesis of Edwin Drood" (Part One and Part Two) by Richard M. Baker; "The Text of Miss Mackenzie" by R. W. Chapman; "Trollope in Hawaii" by Carlton Green; "Review: Meredith, by Sigfried Sassoon" by Richard B. Hudson; "Emma: A Dissenting Opinion" by E. N. Hayes; "Trollope and the Pall Mall Gazette" (Part One) by Bradford A. Booth; and "Review: George Eliot by Joan Bennett" by Gordon S. Haight. Each issue also contains a "Notes and Queries" section. Together they contain a number of interesting entries, including, but not limited to: "An Addition to the Census of Bronte Manuscripts" by Leslie A. Marchand; Mapmaking in Barsetshire" by Angela Thirkell (a British author who set most of her novels in Anthony Trollope's Barsetshire); "Trollope and Harting" by Muriel R. Trollope, [Rev. Anthony Trollope, Vicar of Harting 1792-1797 was the great novelist's grandfather]; "The Oxford Trollope"; "A Shakespearian Comma in Wuthering Heights"; "An Anachronism in Is He Popenjoy"; "An Error in Ayala's Angel"; "Trollope and Harting Church"; "A Trollope Celebration". Thus we have a good deal of interesting material and commentary relative to Victorian Literature of Anthony Trollope, the Brontes, Charles Dickens, and more. In over 40 years of searching for Trollope rarities and collecting them, these are the only early issues of "the Trollopian" that we ever have obtained. SCARCE to the Market INDEED. Very good +. Item #3048

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