Thomas Adolphus Trollope (1810-92) was an English author of over 60 books, encompassing travel writing, history and fiction. He lived most of his life in Italy creating a renowned villa in Florence with his first wife, Theodosia, which became the centre of ex-patriate society, and later another centre of British society in Rome with his second wife, Frances Eleanor. Both his wives were writers, as was his mother, Fanny Trollope, and his younger brother, Anthony, the celebrated Victorian era novelist. The first volume of his memoir, reprinted from the second edition of 1887, covers the period from his birth in 1810 to the late 1830s.
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