TROLLOPIANA

Trollopiana is the Trollope Society's Literary Magazine, and is sent to all members three times a year along with order forms for books, membership forms, and a newsletter detailing forthcoming events. The Magazine, as well as publishing the year's ANNUAL LECTURE and DINNER speeches, also publishes articles about Trollope's life, family, and works, as well as about the contemporary Victorian world. Back issues of the magazine are available to members from the Society's main office, at a small charge.

TROLLOPIANA: BACK ISSUES

PLEASE NOTE: Where an ANNUAL DINNER or ANNUAL LECTURE is indicated, the contents of the Magazine invariably contain the speeches made at the dinner, or the lecture given. Some other articles in this list have been tagged where their main subject is unclear. Click on the numbers for more details or scroll to find the one you want. They are in descending order.

Number 98 Summer 2014 Number 97 Winter 2013-4
Number 96 Autumn 2013 Number 95 Summer 2013
Number 94 Winter 2012-13 Number 93 Autumn 2012
Number 92 Summer 2012 Number 91 Winter 2011-12
Number 90 Summer 2011 Number 89 Spring 2011
Number 88 Winter 2010/11 Number 87 Autumn 2010
Number 86 Summer 2010 Number 85 Winter 2009/10
Number 84 Autumn 2009 Number 83 Spring 2009
Number 82 December 2008 Number 81 October 2008
Number 80 June 2008 Number 79 January 2008
Number 78 October 2007 Number 77 July 2007
Number 76 March 2007 Number 75 December 2006
Number 74 September 2006 Number 73 July 2006
Number 72 March 2006 Number 71 December 2005
Number 70 September 2005 Number 69 May 2005
Number 68 February 2005 Number 67 November 2004
Number 66 August 2003 Number 65 May 2003
Number 64 February 2003 Number 63 November 2003
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Number 60 February 2003 Number 59 November 2002
Number 57 May 2002 Number 58 August 2002
Number 55 November 2001 Number 56 February 2002
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Number 51 November 2000 Number 52 February 2001
Number 49 May 2000 Number 50 August 2000
Number 47 November 1999 Number 48 February 2000
Number 45 May 1999 Number 46 August 1999
Number 43 November 1998 Number 44 February 1999
Number 41 May 1998 Number 42 August 1998
Number 39 November 1997 Number 40 February 1998
Number 37 May 1997 Number 38 August 1997
Number 35 November 1996 Number 36 February 1997
Number 33 May 1996 >Number 34 August 1996
Number 31 November 1995 Number 32 February 1996
Number 29 May 1995 Number 30 August 1995
Number 27 November 1994 Number 28 February 1995
Number 25 May 1994 Number 26 August 1994
Number 23 November 1993 Number 24 February 1994
Number 21 May 1993 Number 22 August 1993
Number 19 November 1992 Number 20 February 1993
Number 17 May 1992 Number 18 August 1992,
Number 15 November 1991 Number 16 February 1992
Number 13 May 1991 Number 14 August 1991
Number 11 November 1990 Number 12 February 1991
Number 9 May 1990 Number 10 August 1990
Number 7 November 1989 Number 8 February 1990
Number 5 May 1989 Number 6 August 1989
Number 3 November 1988 Number 4 February 1989
Number 1 May 1988 Number 2 August 1988







Number 98 Summer 2014
To Be Published
Number 97 Winter 2013-14
26th ANNUAL LECTURE: The Way We Live Now - Alex Preston
Trollope and Ireland, An Eye for an Eye - Haruno Kayama Watanabe
A Tale of Three Sons - Nigel Starck
Bookplates and Labels in Anthony Trollope's Library - Bryan Welch
Number 96 Autumn 2013
The Post Office Archives at Debden - Pamela Marshall Barrell
How Well Did Trollope Know Salisbury? - Peter Blacklock
Framley Personage - Robin Williams
Report of the Organisation of the Permanent Civil Service
Number 95 Summer 2013
24th ANNUAL DINNER: Geoffrey Rowell - Toast to the Health of the Barchesterian Society
A Chronicle of Sermons and Scoundrels - Patrick Hosking
Is Mr Scarborough a Good Father? - Roger Harvey
Anthony Trollope's South Africa - Edna Bradlow, adapted by Tony Westby-Nunn
Number 94 Winter 2012-13
25th ANNUAL LECTURE: Dear Tony, Anthony Trollope's Post Office Career - Julian Stray
Killing Mrs Proudie - Steven Amarnick
Trollope Collection at Lowewood Museum
The 2nd International Summer School - Helen Rutter
Trollope and The Church of His Day - Keith Jones
Number 93 Autumn 2012
The Way We Live Now - Howard Gregg
Trollope: From Barsetshire to Barnet via The Bertrams - Paul Baker
Shilly-Shally Redux - Barbara Lauriat
Number 92 Summer 2012
Transported to Australia - Nigel Starck
Where there's a Will - Michael Williamson
Book Reviews - Doreen Cope and Stephen Amarnick
Can You Forgive Her? - Thomas Rawcliffe
An Interesting Discovery
An Arm and a Hand - Vanessa Waltz
Number 91 Winter 2011-12
24th ANNUAL LECTURE: Anthony Trollope's Australian Odyssey - Nigel Starck
Trollope Visit to the National Library of Scotland - David McClay
Trollope, The Benefits of a Classical Education - Sophia Martin
Number 90 Summer 2011
23rd ANNUAL DINNER: Barchester Pilgrimage - Michael Williamson
Toasting the Trollope Society - Clive Swift
Angela Thirkell and Amthony Trollope - Hilary Clare
Can we Name the Guilty Party - Anthony Gick
Number 89 Spring 2011
Sixty Days at Sea - Joanna Thomas
America and the Americans in the Nineteenth Century (Part 3) - Roger Harvey
Be The Vicar o'Bull'umpton Gay - Anthony Waterman
Stephen Wall Obituary - Barbara Lauriat
Number 88 Winter 2010/11
23rd ANNUAL LECTURE: Professor David Skilton - Trollope and Millais
America and the Americans in the Nineteenth Century (Part 2) - Roger Harvey
Lady Julia's Spectacles - Carolyn Noble
Orley Farm and the Law - Anthony Bradbury
Number 87 Autumn 2010
America and the Americans in the Nineteenth Century (Part 1) - Roger Harvey
Saints and Sinners - Jean Ammar
Mrs Askerton - Maria Dorn
Number 86 Summer 2010
22nd ANNUAL DINNER: Addresses - Geoff Hales and Teresa Ransom
Introducing our New Chairman - Michael Williamson
All the Alphabet Before Him - Pamela Neville-Sington
Number 85 Winter 2009/2010
22nd ANNUAL LECTURE: Professor John Sutherland
Priscilla Hungerford, Retiring Chairman - Michael Williamson
The Claverings - Howard Gregg, edited by Anne Pugh
Trollope The Mentor - Bob Blaisdell
Number 84 Autumn 2009
21st ANNUAL DINNER: Addresses - The Rt. Hon. and Rt. Revd. Richard Chartres and Lord Tyler
A Tribute to Trollope's Years in Dublin - Adrian Le Harivel
Tributes and Memories of Al Gordon - Randy Williams, Nicholas Barker and John Saumerez Smith
(Issue to be published in September 2009)
Number 83 Spring 2009
A Literary Lion Meets the Lion of the Lord - Ross Geddes
The Sir Alfred Reed Collection of Trollopiana - Anthony Tedeschi
Phineas Redux - Keith Jones
A Victorian Against the Grain - Frederick Van Dam
Number 82 December 2008
21st ANNUAL LECTURE: To Render Palpable the Darkness - Prof Simon Eliot
Extracts from A Calendar to the Correspondence of Charles Darwin
Jesting Pilate - from the papers of the Rt Hon Sir Owen Dixon - An examination of the validity of Sir Louis Scatcherd’s will in Doctor Thorne (part 2)
Number 81 October 2008
Musical Experiences - Steven Isserlis
The Making of The Barchester Chronicles - Christopher Gower
Jesting Pilate - from the papers of the Rt Hon Sir Owen Dixon - An examination of the validity of Sir Louis Scatcherd’s will in Doctor Thorne (part 1)
Trollope and the Oil Baron - Alan Reid
Literary Suggestions for Lotosians - Janice Grijns
Al Gordon's Trollopes
Number 80 June 2008
20th ANNUAL DINNER: Addresses - Lord Armstrong of Ilminster
and The Very Rev Dr John Hall
Lady Anna - Margaret Grant
A Lost Masterpiece - Michael Williamson
Thomas Adolphus Trollope - Pamela Neville-Sington
Number 79 January 2008
20th ANNUAL LECTURE: Trollope: Irish Writer - John McCourt
The Village of Drumsna - Felicity Browne
Genealogy Hugh Trollope - Teresa Ransom
Number 78 October 2007
The First Novels of Anthony Trollope and Elisabeth Gaskell - Dr Anne Bryan
Extract from Anthony Trollope 1815-1882 - Tony Ward
Genealogy: My Great Grandmother, the East of London and Anthony Trollope - Richard Ward
A Lost Masterpiece? Part 2 - Michael Williamson
Millais and Anthony Trollope
Number 77 July 2007
A Lost Masterpiece? Part 1 - Michael Williamson
Trollope and his Doctors - Dr Rodney Turner
Dissertation; Chapter 4 - Barbara Singleton
Number 76 March 2007
19th ANNUAL DINNER: Address - Joe Francis
Triumph and Trial in Australia's Press - Dr Nigel Starck
Trollope and Dickens on France - John Edmondson Edward Fox; Quotations from a syndicated interview - James Rampton What is your favorite Trollope? - David Glass
Number 75 December 2006
19th ANNUAL LECTURE - The Rt. Hon. and Rt. Revd. Richard Chartres
Trollope and the Close - Pamela Neville-Sington
Dissertation; Chapter 3 - Barbara Singleton
Number 74 September 2006
An Irishman's Diary, from the Irish Times
The Trollope Connection, from Clonmel Literature
John Caldigate: Postal Systems - Paddy Ross
John Caldigate: Characterisation - Thomas Rawcliffe
Presentation of the 2005 Trollope Short Story Prize - Michael Williamson
Ode to Eleanor Bold - Peter Fullilove
Number 73 July 2006
Tributes to John Letts
The 2005 Trollope Short Story Prize: Weaknesses - Chris Stefanowicz
Dissertation; Chapter 2 - Barbara Singleton
Jane Austen and Fanny Trollope - Patricia Schreiber
The Way We Live Now
Number 72 March 2006
18th ANNUAL DINNER: Address - Keith Brynmor-Jones
Reply on Behalf of the Guests - Alistair Langlands
Dissertation; Chapter 1 - Barbara Singleton
Trollope and the Law - Michael Higgins
Number 71 December 2005
18th ANNUAL LECTURE: Networks and Networking - Michael Wheeler
Address to the ANNUAL DINNER of the American Trollope Society - Mary Gordon
Number 70 September 2005
The Belton Estate - Margaret Grant
The Undoubted Purity of Lillian Dale - Michael Williamson
The 2004 Trollope Short Story Prize: She Knew He Was Wrong - Phoebe Brown
Florence's English Cemetery
Number 69 May 2005
17th ANNUAL DINNER: Literature in Politics, Politics in Literature - Dr Denis McShane
Trollope's Reach in New South Wales - Susannah Fullerton;
Trollope's use of Letters in his Novels - George Taylor;
Poetry Corner - Mark Handley
Number 68 February 2005
17th ANNUAL LECTURE, Barchester Chronicles 22 Years on - Alan Plater
Hunting as a Proof of Character - Paddy Ross
Number 67 November 2004
He Knew He Was Right - Thomas Rawcliffe
Tom Trollope's Mother-in-Law - Olive Baldwin and Thelma Wilson
Mr Harding's Twopences - Guy Robinson
The Fête-Champêtre - Rachel O'Mahoney
Number 66 August 2004
The 2003 Trollope Society Short Story Prize: Destroying Heaven - Harriet MacDonald
Introduction to the 2003 Trollope Society Conference - Pamela Neville-Sington
When Did Ruby Ruggles Lose Her Cherry? - Margaret Markwick
The Trollope Serial In His Own Day - David Skilton
Number 65 May 2004
16th ANNUAL DINNER: A Lavender List - John Letts
Political Paradigms - Quentin Letts
Postscript - Victoria Glendinning
Number 64 February 2004
16th ANNUAL LECTURE: Adapting Trollope - Andrew Davies
Bruges Revisited - Rachel Mahoney
The English in Bruges - Lori Van Biervliet
Number 63 November 2003
The Quotable Trollope - Bob Blaisdell
The Circus Comes To Barchester - Margaret Markwick
www.trollopesociety.org; The Website - Hugh Stanbury
Number 62 August 2003
The 2002 Trollope Short Story Prize: The Business of Marriage - Louise Tuck
Trollope, Bronte & Mary Gresley - John Copley
Number 61 May 2003
15th ANNUAL DINNER: Ices and Champagne - Douglas Hurd
No Strangers at 'The Marlborough' - Aubrey Manning
Miss Mackenzie - David Glass
Number 60 February 2003
15th ANNUAL LECTURE: Trollope and Celebrity - Mark Turner
A Man Who Is Not a 'Philosopher' - Margaret Markwick
Number 59 November 2002
Is That Not The Law? - Carey Seal
A Duchess in New York - Melanie Kirkpatrick
Who Was Lucinda Roanoke? - Barry Fletcher
E.M. Forster and Trollope - David Skilton
Number 58 August 2002
Martyrs to the Gout - Mike Douse
Hogglestock Revisited - Colin Ward
How Irish was Phineas Finn? - Patrick Lonergan
Number 57 May 2002
Devices and Desires, 19th Century Contraception - Margaret Markwick
The 2001 Trollope Society Short Story Prize: I Once Was Poor - Abby Harrison
A Party at a Palace; St James' Palace TS Party report - Hugh Stanbury
The Way We Live Now Competition
Number 56 February 2002
14th ANNUAL LECTURE: Trollope and the Afghan War - W J McCormack
A Stranger in the Taklamakan Desert - Simon Winchester
Lawyers who Love Trollope - Rebecca Mead
A Warm Winter Evening - Hugh Stanbury
Number 55 November 2001
Larger Than Life; BBC's The Way We Live Now - Nicholas Broune
The Married Fellow; Dons and Celibacy in 19th Century - Bridget Duckenfield
Graffiti from the 19th Century; Trollope at Harrow - Hugh Stanbury
A Visit to the Chateau; Trollope family house in Bruges - Pamela Neville-Sington
Number 54 August 2001
Chatsworth Summer Garden Party - Timothy Beeswax (John Letts)
Thatcher was Not amused; Trollope's women in politics - Melanie Kirkpatrick
A Sheep in Wolff's Clothing; Trollope's model for Mr Emilius - Jackie Latham
Why He Left The Post Office; Trollope and the Post Office - Steven Amarnick
Number 53 May 2001
14th ANNUAL DINNER: Lord Curzon's 'Be-ano' - Lord Rees-Mogg
Chronicle of Deaths Foretold - John Letts
Unmasking Trollope's Last Prime Minister - Andrew Roberts
Grandees and Grandairs - Prue Leith
Number 52 February 2001
13th ANNUAL LECTURE: Trollope in South Africa - Anthony Kenny
USA LECTURE 2000: The Lady in Trollope - Joanna Trollope
The Truth about Sky-Blue Cream - Gordon Curtis
Number 51 November 2000
The Broken Basilisk, Madeline Neroni and Barchester Towers - Daniel Wiseman
Why Trollope Was Not a Crook - Derek Hawes
Number 50 August 2000
The Case of the Missing Sister-in-law - Lucy Sussex
How Many Children Had Madame Max? - Margaret Markwick
The Cunard Connection - Antonia Swinson
Number 49 May 2000
13th ANNUAL DINNER: A Millennium Treble? - John Letts
The Search for Sky-Blue Cream - Margaret Drabble
Litigious Pugnacity - Lord Alexander
Number 48 February 2000
12th ANNUAL LECTURE: Partly Told in Letters - Ellen Moody
Number 47 November 1999
Anti-Semitism in the Pallisers - Stephen Boatright [Sosland Prize Winner]
Was Trollope a Freemason? - Derek Hawes
Number 46 August 1999
I write a Play - Michael Williamson
Pagans and Popinjays - Anthony Juckes
Number 45 May 1999
12th ANNUAL DINNER: This is not a Speech - John Letts
Two Trollopian Bishops - Lord Rees-Mogg
How To Get Through Customs - Anthony Smith
Gipsy Lips? - Sir Christopher Bland
Number 44 February 1999
11TH ANNUAL LECTURE: America's Trollope - John Letts
Ways of Telling: James and Trollope - Margaret Markwick
Number 43 November 1998
A Most Excellent Tailor - Morton Sosland
Trollope in Egypt - Nadia Gindy
Trollope Prize
Number 42 August 1998
Facing Facts, Losing Gracefully - Ross Dabney
A Young Man's Jack - Margaret Markwick
Number 41 May 1998
11TH ANNUAL DINNER: Introductory - John Letts
Trollope and Hypocrisy - Caroline Moore
Parsons, Pressure and Politics - Albert Gordon
Quintus Slide Lives - John Major
Number 40 February 1998
10TH ANNUAL LECTURE: Anthony Trollope's Game of Tag - Hugh Osborne
Number 39 November 1997
Trollope's Aunts - Pamela Neville-Sington et al
Trollope on Thackeray - Graham Handley
The Barsetshire Doctors - David Waldron Smithers
Trollope Society Garden Party - Tom Towers
Number 38 August 1997
Serial Reading - Andrew Maunder
A Victorian Novel: The American Senator; Clement Greenberg
Number 37 May 1997
10TH ANNUAL DINNER: Proliferation of Parties - John Letts
A Liberal Occasion - Lord Rees-Mogg
Trollope and the Press - Lord Wakeham
An Advanced Conservative Liberal - Lord Holme
Number 36 February 1997
9TH ANNUAL LECTURE: His Mother's Son - Pamela Neville-Sington
Ayala Asleep - Martin Goldstein
Number 35 November 1996
Trollope's Marquises & Marchionesses - Marquess of Anglesey
Hunting with Trollope - Victor Dodd
The Vanishing of Trollope Street - Stewart Lane
Number 34 August 1996
Trollope Broadens the Horizons - Albert H. Gordon
Postings from the Internet - Henry Vivian-Neal
An Opus for my Old Age - Graham Handley
Rachel Ray and the Evangelicals - Michael Ball
Number 33 May 1996
9TH ANNUAL DINNER: Inter-etiquette - John Letts
Of Counsellors and Grocers - Lord Rees-Mogg
Enterprise and the British Character - Lord Young
We Knew He Was Right - Sir Alistair Grant
Number 32 February 1996
8TH ANNUAL LECTURE: Mr Popular Sentiment? - Michael Slater
Number 31 November 1995
Skin Deep - Trollope and Class Structure - Andrew Maunder
He Is Now No More - Trollope's Brother Henry - Pamela Neville-Sington
The Reverend James Rawlings - Tom Hughes
Number 30 August 1995
6TH USA DINNER SPEECHES: Mr Palliser, London; Mr Clinton, Washington - Donald Graham
Trollope and Society - Harold Evans
Number 29 May 1995
8TH ANNUAL DINNER: Is It All Right to Read Trollope? - John Letts
The Art of After-Dinner Speaking - Lord Rees-Mogg
A Cosmopolitan Man - Christopher Tugendhat
Trollope and Sex - Joanna Trollope
A Trollope Walk - Bill Streeten
Number 28 February 1995
7TH ANNUAL LECTURE Adopting Ireland - Roy Foster
Discussion Groups - Martin Chown
Trollope after 2000 - Timothy Beeswax
Number 27 November 1994
Pray do be Punctual - Hugh Cockerell
The Caged Lady - Andrew Maunder
1992 US Dinner speech: Victorian Aggression - Anthony Quinton
Number 26 August 1994
Trollope & Tobacco - Hugh Cockerell
Trollope in Russia - Boris Proskurnin
A Novelist Who Hunted the Fox - Roger Kimball
Number 25 May 1994
7TH ANNUAL DINNER: Introduction - John Letts
Trollope's Crimes - Ruth Rendell
The Secret Art of Copper Beating - John Letts
The West Indies and the Spanish Main - Stephen Tumim
Informal occasions - Martin Chown
Trollope in Residence - Philip King
Number 24 February 1994
6TH ANNUAL LECTURE: Trollope's Thackeray - Andrew Sanders
Have Some Madeira M'dear - Archibald Green
December 1993 USA Christmas Party
Disclosure and Retrospection - Mary Colley
Christmas QuizAnswers - Freddie Stockdale
Number 23 November 1993
A Vulnerable Man - Sally Brown
Barchester Schooldays - Andrew Watts
Convivial Beakfasts - Bill Overton
My Most Chosen Friend - Carolyn Moss
The Palliser Club - Tony Tappett
Christmas Quiz - Freddie Stockdale
Number 22 August 1993
The Truth About Trollope's 'Disappearance' - N John Hall
Book Review - David Skilton
Trollope and the Bill of Exchange - Clark McGinn
Number 21 May 1993
6TH ANNUAL DINNER: All of them are Great - John Letts
Thought for Tonight - Lord Rees-Mogg
A Well-Bred Gentleman - Enoch Powell
The Modesty of the Church of England - Bishop of Oxford
Number 20 February 1993
5TH ANNUAL LECTURE: Trollope's Lives - John Sutherland
It Was a Dark and Stormy Night - Timothy Beeswax
Trollope on Cassette - Mary Postgate
Number 19 November 1992
Trollope and Queen Victoria - Richard Mullen
Nothing so Vile as a Harlot - Andrew Maunder
Literary Violence - Victoria Glendinning
Number 18 August 1992
Victorian Workaholic - Julian Thompson
Second-hand Lives - Andrew Maunder
Book Review - John Letts
Number 17 May 1992
5TH ANNUAL DINNER: A Case of Lese-Majeste - John Letts
Mr Finn, of Yeovil - William Rees-Mogg
Rumpole and Chaffanbrass - John Mortimer
Jupiter's Thunder - Simon Jenkins
Number 16 February 1992
Trollope Society Christmas Party (Nov 1991) - Lord Rees-Mogg/ Joanna Trollope/ John Major
Victory or Westminster Abbey - John Letts
Trollope and Englishness - Robin Gilmour
Number 15 November 1991
A New York Dinner - John Saumarez Smith
Past and Present: The Fixed Period - Graham Handley
The St.Leger Incident - Camilla Boodle
Temporary Stages - Ivan Cutting
Book Review - David Skilton
Number 14 August 1991
Visiting Trollope's Grave - Andrew Wright
Trollope's Grave Fellows - Derek Parker
Angel's Hair - Andrew Maunder
Book Review - Colin Ward
Number 13 May 1991
4TH ANNUAL DINNER: Catching Up with the Future - John Letts
The Way We Live Now - Robin Leigh-Pemberton
The Consolations of Biography - John Letts
Naming Names - Victoria Glendinning
On Kensal Green Cemetery - John Coutts
Number 12 February 1991
3RD ANNUAL LECTURE: The Cloisters of Barchester - Owen Chadwick
Lance Tingay: A Tribute - Kevin Tingay
Number 11 November 1990
Private Enquiries - H R F Keating
Trollope and Ireland - Frank Delaney
The Cosmopolitan Trollope - Richard Mullen
Number 10 August 1990
Dallying with A. Trollope - Alan Plater
The Milords of England - Brian Masters
A Feminist in Spite of Himself - N John Hall
Book Review - Gilbert Phelps
Number 9 May 1990
3RD ANNUAL DINNER: Lord Melbourne's Death Wish - John Letts
A Long Run to the Finish - Max Hastings
Trollope & Disraeli: Novelist & Politician - Lord Blake
Trollope 'In Love' - Lance Tingay
Number 8 February 1990
2ND ANNUAL LECTURE Trollope and the Middle Class - David Skilton
Number 7 November 1989
Life in Dr Wortle's Schools - Andrew Blake
Ronald Knox in Barchester - Alan Bell
The Maiden Speech - Tim Raison
Coming Straight to the Point - Alan Beith
On Trollope: Historian - G K Chesterton
Book Review - David Skilton
Number 6 August 1989
Business and Bosoms, Some Trollopian Concerns - Philip Collins
Trollopeana (A Trollope Bibliography 1950-1989) - Lance Tingay
Number 5 May 1989
2ND ANNUAL DINNER: Appreciate a Trollope - John Letts
Heavenly Tastes - Lord Rees-Mogg
The Finest Natural Psychologist - P D James
A Fine Lot of Lawyers - Lord Goodman
Number 4 February 1989
The Rural Anthony - David Skilton
Chaos Out of Control - Anthony Juckes
Forgive and Forget? - Gilbert Phelps
Trollope's London and its Bohemia - Colin Ward
Book Review - David Skilton
Number 3 November 1988
1ST ANNUAL LECTURE: Trollope and London - Philip Collins
Number 2 August 1988
How to Encourage a Young Writer - Ralph Crawford
Trollope's Views on Women - David Skilton
Gentleman, Rank and Religion in Trollope - Shirley Letwin
Chollerton - John Saumarez Smith
Number 1 May 1988
1ST ANNUAL DINNER: Attempting Unclimbed Peaks - John Letts
A Touch of Trollopian Irony - Sir William Rees-Mogg
Putting Ideology in its Place - John Biffen
Whitehall's Other Canaletto - Lord Jenkins of Hillhead

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