Framley Parsonage by Trollope, with illustrations by Millais


Anthony Trollope began work on this novel around the time that he moved back to England as Post Office Surveyor of the Eastern District. The novel was well received by the public Trollope himself felt that it was a success, and believed that there was ‘no very weak part’. It was the first of Trollope’s novels to be published in a periodical, in this case the Cornhill Magazine which was edited by William Thackeray. The author’s association with this magazine introduced him to the London literary world.

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Framley Parsonage. With six illustrations by J. E. Millais
1861, London
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Anthony Trollope, John Everett Millais
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