Anthony Trollope – Cause of Death, Age of Death, and Other Facts!

Anthony Trollope died at age 67, respectable. Check out the death cause, death date, and more facts about the circumstances surrounding novelist Anthony Trollope's death.

Biography - A Short Wiki

Victorian novelist who is famous for his depiction of a fictional city called Barsetshire in six popular novels that include The Warden (1855), Doctor Thorne (1858), and The Last Chronicle of Barset (1867). His other literary works include the Palliser series (1865-1880) and such stand-alone novels as Lady Anna (1874) and The Fixed Period (1882).

He was born in London and later moved to Ireland, where he became an enthusiastic fox hunter. He published his first novel, The Macdermots of Ballycloran, in 1847.

In his time, he was demeaned for writing for money. Financial difficulties were a constant in his life, and got so bad at one point that he had to leave for Bruges to avoid arrest for debt.

How did Anthony Trollope die?

Joanna Trollope is a member of the same family as Anthony Trollope, author of The Barchester Chronicles. She was awarded an OBE in 1996 and lives partly in London and partly in Gloucestershire, for which county she was made a Deputy Lieutenant in 2002.

Information about the death of Anthony Trollope
Cause of deathN/A
Age of death67 years
ProfessionNovelist
BirthdayApril 24, 1815
Death dateDecember 6, 1882
Place of deathLondon, United Kingdom
Place of burialN/A

Quotes

"There is no way of writing well and also of writing easily."

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"I have no ambition to surprise my reader. Castles with unknown passages are not compatible with my homely muse."

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"When the ivy has found its tower, when the delicate creeper has found its strong wall, we know how the parasite plants grow and prosper."

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"Three hours a day will produce as much as a man ought to write."

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"A man's mind will very gradually refuse to make itself up until it is driven and compelled by emergency."

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