Anthony Trollope: Australia and New Zealand (2534 words)

Context

On 27 July 1871, Anthony Trollope arrived in Melbourne, Australia on board the S.S. Great Britain, with his wife Rose. After a few days, he headed for Queensland, commencing a grand tour of the Australian colonies. Trollope made the trip to visit his younger son, Frederic, a sheep farmer in New South Wales, but before his departure, the author cannily signed a contract with the publisher Chapman and Hall for a travel book. As he travelled and wrote, Trollope dispatched a number of letters to England to be published in the London Daily Telegraph under the pseudonym “Antipodean”. These epistolary reports reached a wide audience, as they were reproduced in other domestic newspapers along with colonial …

Citation: Tang, Ge. "Australia and New Zealand". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 21 September 2021 [https://www.litencyc.com/php/sworks.php?rec=true&UID=6474, accessed 27 October 2021.]

6474 Australia and New Zealand 3 Historical context notes are intended to give basic and preliminary information on a topic. In some cases they will be expanded into longer entries as the Literary Encyclopedia evolves.

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