The Duke's Children
The Duke's Children is a book written and published in 1879 by a prolific writer named Anthony Trollope. It is one of the series in All the Year Round.The story line is about the children of the Duke themselves as in the title, the children of the Duke of Omnium, Plantagenet Palliser, and his deceased wife, lady Glencora. When his wife died, he is left with his children, who are all grownups but h...
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ve little connection with him. The children do not have a close relationship with their father. The duke is the Prime Minister in the state but this political position falls along with his dearest wife.The Duke's Children imparts the stories of love, political issues, troubles, and many others. At the end of the story, the Duke became closer to all of his children by granting the marriage proposals of both his son and daughter, as well as taking an active part in the government.Anthony Trollope was a British author during the Victorian period. One of his famous works is a collection of books known as the Chronicles of Barsetshire, which is set around the fictional county of Barsetshire. Trollope also wrote books on the basis of political, social, and gender issues, and other topical matters.The father of Anthony, Thomas Anthony Trollope, was a barrister. He was a brilliant and highly educated man and a Fellow of New College, Oxford, but sadly, he did not pass the bar examinations because of his bad attitude. He was the son of landed gentry and he wanted his sons to be gentlemen and to go to Oxford or Cambridge.Anthony Trollope was born in London and attended Harrow School as a free day pupil at the age of seven for three years. His childhood was a frustration because of the prestigious background of his parents but were extremely impoverished.