Anthony Trollope (1815-1882) received popularity as an English book writer. Trollope who received his recognition during the Victorian period published a diversity of works. Some of his novels include The Fixed Period (1882), An Old Man’s Love (1884) and Christmas at Thompson Hall (1894). Born in London, he attended a school named Harrow over a three-year time. Thereafter he attended Sunbury and ended at Winchester College. Trollope returned to Harrow after a while. His educational years seemed challenging, and he became an extremely unhappy person.
Trollope’s experiences resulted in him thinking about suicide. He received an opportunity to work as a clerk at the General Post Office. Subsequently, he returned to London in 1834. His writing started after he undertook lengthy train trips in Ireland as part of his role at the Post Office. Each day he allocated towards writing and some of those works appeared in the publication of his first novels.
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