Fanny Trollope: The Life and Adventures of a Clever Woman

Author Pamela Neville-Sington
Condition Very Good
Cover Type Hardback

Fanny Trollope was born in Bristol in 1779 and at 29 married Thomas and over the years bore him seven children. One of those children was Anthony Trollope. She was the author of over thirty novels in her own right and was, in her day, an enormous bestseller. She turned her pen to many controversial subjects, including slavery in the USA and the Industrial Revolution in Manchester. Her best known work, THE DOMESTIC MANNERS OF THE AMERICANS at the time earned her a reputation but it remains a classic to this day.