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Belle Arti scheda. Contemporary Photograph in the Diary of Susan Horner, He earned an international reputation for his statuary, for which he liked to choose the marble and supervise its quarrying himself, and he received considerable acclaim for the busts he did of several presidents of the United States.
We are seeking descendants of Hiram Powers, son of Hiram Powers, the sculptor, who moved to Florida where he married and had a daughter.
It shows a Greek Christian slave being auctioned by Muslim Turks. In her poem Elizabeth draws the analogy also to American enslavement of Africans, Russian enslavement of serfs. Every detail is observed down to the delicate sewing of the mocassins. The theme repeats that of 'The Greek Slave', a woman representing freedom against male oppressors. Hiram Powers' statue of America, which is more truly American and more beautiful, than the Statue of Liberty, the gift of France.
This plaster cast was discovered in his Florentine studio in , along with many others, were purchased by museums in Washington, D. Margaret Fuller's death, along with her husband and baby in the shipreck of the Elizabeth off Fire Island was partly caused by the colossal statue by Hiram Powers in its hold. Nathanael Hawthorne observed him and his studio for the writing of The Marble Faun. His tombstone, sculpted by John Hart, inscribed with verses by Leigh Hunt the terse poet of early English Romanticism , is near that of Theodore Parker, many of whose philosophic ideas he shared.
Anthony Trollope. Barchester Towers. Harmondsworth: Penguin, PenguinItalia, Milano, Can You Forgive Her? Harmondsworth: Penguin, Doctor Thorne. Harmondworth: Penguin, Dr Wortle's School. Harmondsworth, Penguin, The Duke's Children. The Eustace Diamonds. Harmondwworth: Penguin, Framley Parsonage. He Knew He Was Right. The Last Chronicle of Barset.
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Hall ; L. Stebbins, The Trollopes , repr. Neville-Sington Born Apr. English author; son of the writer F. A writer on social themes, Trollope realistically depicted the manners, psychology, and concerns of the English middle class.
Another cycle of novels dealt with parliamentary life and included Phineas Finn 2 vols. Trollope was the author of travel books and works of literary criticism, which include his study Thackeray Edited by M. Oxford, — Edited by B. It was followed by the 'Chronicles of Barsetshire', Barchester Towers , perhaps the most popular of all his novels, Doctor Thorne , Framley Parsonage , The Small House at Allington , and The Last Chronicle of Barset , which the author considered his finest novel.
The series with realistic presentation of middle-class domestic relationship was received with enthusiasm by the mid-Victorian reading public. With humour and gentle satire, the author told stories of ordinary men and women with human weaknesses. Palliser series was about an invented family of nobles started in with the novel Can You Forgive Her?
Trollope deepened the presentation of the dry, ambitious politician and his brilliant wife Glencora, and later considered that they were the two characters on whom his reputation with posterity would rest. Trollope wrote it after returning to England from the colonies. The central character is Augustus Melmotte, an Austrian Jewish financier, who moves to London and and becomes the center of financial and political intrigues. The Barset novels and Palliser series took together over twenty years of Trollope's writing life. His popularity was at its peak during the s, when he lived at Waltham House, Hertfordshire.
Especially readers admired his detailed description of social life and vivid psychological portraits of his characters, among them Madame Max Goesler, who appeared in several novels, and the scheming Mrs. George Eliot remarked that his books "are filled with belief in goodness without the slightest tinge of maudlin.
Henry James regarded it as a "betrayal of a sacred office and a "terrible crime", when Trollope admitted to his readers that the events he narrates have not really happened, and that he can give his narrative any turn the reader like best. Trollope's work continued in more realistic vein the literary tradition on William Thackeray , of whom he wrote a study in He published some 40 novels, short stories, travel books, and essays.
His only science fiction novel, The Fixed Period , was set in and dealt with euthanasia; a plan is launched on the imaginary island of Britannula near New Zealand to put away people who have reached the age of The story was narrated by the President of the Republic. Trollope lived in London from and at Harting Grange, Sussex, until He had a private library of 5, volumes, which was dearer to him "even than the horses.
His last novel, Mr. Scarborough's Family , was published posthumously in During the Second World War Trollope's novels were read primarily as romances but from the s, critical revaluation of the author's contribution to the history of the novel has taken place, and Trollope's reputation as a moralist has risen greatly.
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However, still in the s, his works were dismissed in the London Sunday Telegraph as overrated and flat. Anthony Trollope Land is about the only thing that can't fly away. We do not even allow ourselves to think so. That question, as to the dishonesty of mankind generally, is one that disturbs us greatly; - whether a man in all grades of life will by degrees train his honesty to suit his own book, so that the course of life which he shall bring himself to regard as soundly honest shall, if known to his neighbours, subject him to their reproof.