This first edition in ebook form of An Autobiography by Anthony Trollope has three noteworthy features. The Preface, by Trollope’s son, has been moved to the end of the book, after the Autobiography itself. We think it makes more sense there. Secondly, in a few cases, punctuation has been slightly simplified in accordance with present standards. Finally, we have added a subject index and an author index and, with the modern reader in mind, we have included the English translation of the Latin quotations.
|Chapter Name||Chapter Title|
|Chapter I||My education. 1815-1834|
|Chapter II||My mother|
|Chapter III||The General Post Office. 1834-1841|
|Chapter IV||Ireland—my first two novels. 1841-1848|
|Chapter V||My first success. 1849-1855|
|Chapter VI||Barchester Towers and The Three Clerks. 1855-1858|
|Chapter VII||Doctor Thorne—The Bertrams—The West Indies and The Spanish Main|
|Chapter VIII||The Cornhill Magazine and Framley Parsonage|
|Chapter IX||Castle Richmond; Brown, Jones, and Robinson; North America; Orley Farm|
|Chapter X||The Small House at Allington, Can You Forgive Her?, Rachel Ray, and the Fortnightly Review|
|Chapter XI||The Claverings, the Pall Mall Gazette, Nina Balatka, and Linda Tressel|
|Chapter XII||On novels and the art of writing them|
|Chapter XIII||On English novelists of the present day|
|Chapter XIV||On criticism|
|Chapter XV||The Last Chronicle of Barset—leaving the Post Office—St. Paul’s Magazine|
|Chapter XVII||The American Postal Treaty—The question of copyright with America—Four more novels|
|Chapter XVIII||The Vicar of Bullhampton—Sir Harry Hotspur—An Editor’s Tales—Caesar|
|Chapter XIX||Ralph the Heir—The Eustace Diamonds—Lady Anna—Australia|
|Chapter XX||The Way We Live Now and The Prime Minister—Conclusion|
|Copyright ©||Anthony Trollope, 1883|
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|Date of publication||November 2003|
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