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Häftad Engelska, 2002-10-01
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Victoria Glendinning provides a woman's view of Anthony Trollope, placing emphasis on family, particularly on his relationship with his mother. But it is Anthony as a husband and lover that intrigues her most. She looks at the nature of his love for his wife, Rose and at his love for Kate Field.
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"Glendinning succeeds, as no biographer has done before, in bringing him to life on the page-Here, at last, is an Anthony Trollope whom one can know as a man-The effect is startlingly impressive." -- Jonathan Raban, * Independent on Sunday * "'Enormously enjoyable'" -- John Mortimer, Books of the Year * Sunday Times * "Full of fascinating knowledge about the Victorian age in England-A great story superbly told.'" -- Augustine Martin, * Irish Times * "As compelling readable as any of Anthony's own novels.'" -- Ruth Rendell, * Sunday Express * "I came to this biography of Trollope with unreasonably high expectations. They were amply fulfilled-A work as readable, richly shifting and well-shaped as a good novel-compendiously well-informed.'" -- Caroline Moore, * The Times *

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Victoria Glendinning is the author of several biographies: Elizabeth Bowen (1977); Edith Sitwell: A Unicorn among Lions (which won the Duff Cooper Memorial Prize and the James Tait Black Memorial Prize, 1981); Vita, a life of Vita Sackville-West (joint winner of the Whitbread Award for the best biography, 1983); Rebecca West (1987); and Jonathan Swift (1998). She writes reviews and articles for The Times, the Daily Telegraph and other periodicals, and lives in London and West Cork.