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    Fanny Trollope: The Life & Adventures of a Clever Woman

    By: Pamela Neville-Sington

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    When Fanny Milton married the young barrister Thomas Anthony Trollope she expected a life of conventional domesticity. But her husband's mismanagement led to financial ruin, and in an attempt to rescue the family's fortunes, Fanny and three of her children embarked on a voyage to America. It was there, stranded and destitute, that she began Domestic Manners of Americans, a book which caused a furore and launched her literary career. Pamela Neville-Sington's entertaining and accessible biography reveals the extent of Fanny's influence over the fictional world her son Anthony famously created, as well as painting a rich and moving portrait of an outstanding woman's life.

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