Women’s Writing in the British Isles from the Beginnings to the Present
Standard Name: Trollope, Joanna
Birth Name: Joanna Trollope
Pseudonym: Caroline Harvey
Married Name: Joanna Potter
Married Name: Joanna Curteis
is a highly popular novelist who began in the late twentieth century with historical romances and moved on to books which explore the changing conditions of contemporary life and especially family life: the kind of family which has been shaped by successive marriages or relationships and which carries the scars of break-up and loss. Nineteen of these, she says, have been best-sellers.
Joanna Trollope. The official website of Joanna Trollope OBE.
She has also written a historical study of women's lives and experiences.
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The major novels have been repeatedly dramatised and filmed; the BBC
has had great success with videos and DVDs of all six. They and the unfinished novels have been almost equally material for sequels, prequels...
J. K. Rowling
Early reviews in North America were a lot less kind. Michiko Kakutani
in the New York Times (while professing admiration for Rowling's gumption in moving on from Harry) called the characters self-absorbed, small-minded, snobbish and...
He dated this letter 30 April 1876. Joanna Trollope
, collateral descendant of AT
, wrote an introduction for an edition of 1987.
J. K. Rowling
Unanticipated responses to Harry Potter have included attack from some Christian groups, mostly in the USA, which bizarrely suppose that the books proselytize in favour of magic, which is held to be the work...