There are worse things than a lie . . . I have found . . . that it may be well to choose one sin in order that another may be shunned. (Doctor Wortle's School ch. 6)
<= Photograph by Elliot and Fry, c. 1868.
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* This chronology is taken from Susan Peck MacDonald, Anthony Trollope (Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1987)
- Anthony Trollope born in Bloomsbury, London, 24 April.
- Sent to Harrow as day boy.
- Sent to private school.
- Sent to Winchester.
- Sent again to Harrow.
- Moves to Bruges with family.
- Becomes junior clerk at the General Post Office, London.
- Becomes Deputy Postal Surveyor at Banagher in Ireland.
- Begins writing The Macdermots of Ballycloran.
- Marries Rose Heseltine. Transfers to the Southern District of Ireland, headquartered at Clonmel.
- First son, Henry Merivale, born.
- Second son, Frederick James Anthony, born. The Macdermots of Ballycloran published.
- Transferred to western England.
- Begins writing The Warden.
- Returns to Ireland.
- Promoted to Surveyor in Northern District of Ireland.
- The Warden.
- Barchester Towers.
- Doctor Thorne. Travels on postal missions to Egypt and the West Indies.
- Begins writing Framley Parsonage for the Cornhill. Leaves Ireland and settles in England at Waltham Cross.
- Castle Richmond. Visits brother in Florence.
- Framley Parsonage. Travels on postal mission to the United States.
- Orley Farm.
- Rachel Ray.
- The Small House at Allington and Can You Forgive Her?
- Miss Mackenzie.
- The Belton Estate.
- The Claverings and The Last Chronicle of Barset. Resigns from the Post Office.
- Travels on postal mission in the United States. Stands unsuccessfully for seat in Parliament.
- Phineas Finn and He Knew He Was Right.
- Ralph the Heir. Gives up Waltham House and visits son Frederick in Australia.
- Travels in Australia, New Zealand, and the United States, and settles in London on return.
- The Eustace Diamonds.
- Phineas Redux.
- Travels in Ceylon and Australia. The Way We Live Now. Begins Autobiography.
- The Prime Minister. Finishes Autobiography.
- Travels in South Africa.
- Is He Popenjoy?
- John Caldigate.
- The Duke's Children. Moves from London to Hampshire.
- Dr. Wortle's School and Ayala's Angel.
- Travels in Ireland. Dies in London, 6 December.
- Mr. Scarborough's Family and the Autobiography published posthumously.
Three hours a day will produce as much as a man ought to write. (An Autobiography ch. 1 )
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