Anthony Trollope: A Bibliography

1847.

The Macdermots of Ballycloran.

1848.

The Kellys and the O'Kellys: or Landlords and Tenants.

1850.

La Vendee: An Historical Romance.

1855.

The Warden.

1857.

Barchester Towers.

1858.

The Three Clerks: A Novel.

Doctor Thorne: A Novel.

1859.

The West Indies and the Spanish Main.

1860.

Castle Richmond: A Novel.

1861.

Framley Parsonage.

Tales of All Countries.

1862.

Orley Farm.

North America.

1863.

Tales of All Countries: Second Series.

Rachel Ray: A Novel.

1864.

The Small House at Allington.

Can You Forgive Her?

1865.

Miss Mackenzie.

Hunting Sketches.

1866.

The Belton Estate.

Travelling Sketches.

Clergymen of the Church of England.

1867.

Nina Balatka.

The Last Chronicle of Barset.

The Claverings.

Lotta Schmidt: and Other Stories.

1868.

Linda Tressel.

1869.

Phineas Finn: the Irish Member.

He Knew He Was Right.

1870.

The Vicar of Bullhampton.

An Editor's Tales.

The Struggles of Brown, Jones, and Robinson.

The Commentaries of Caesar.

1871.

Sir Harry Hotspur of Humblethwaite.

Ralph the Heir.

1872.

The Golden Lion of Granpere.

1873.

The Eustace Diamonds.

Australia and New Zealand.

1874.

Phineas Redux.

Lady Anna.

Harry Heathcote of Gangoil: A Tale of Australian Bush Life.

1875.

The Way We Live Now.

1876.

The Prime Minister.

1877.

The American Senator.

1878.

South Africa.

Is He Popenjoy?

How the "Mastiffs" went to Iceland.

1879.

An Eye for an Eye.

Thackeray.

John Caldigate.

Cousin Henry: A Novel.

1880.

The Duke's Children: A Novel.

The Life of Cicero.

1881.

Dr. Wortle's School: A Novel.

Ayala's Angel.

1882.

Why Frau Frohmann Raised Her Prices: And Other Stories.

Lord Palmerston.

Kept in the Dark: A Novel.

Marion Fay: A Novel.

The Fixed Period.

1883.

Mr. Scarborough's Family.

The Landleaguers.

An Autobiography.

1884.

An Old Man's Love.

1923.

1927.

London Tradesmen.


Addendum: Short stories.

"Miss Ophelia Gledd." 1863.

"The Telegraph Girl." 1877.

"Alice Dugdale." 1878.

"The Courtship of Susan Bell." 1870.

"The Parson's Daughter of Oxney Colne." 1861.






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Information largely taken from Anthony Trollope by Michael Sadleir.