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Trollope, Anthony, 1815-1882.
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On his return, Trollope published a book, Australia and New Zealand (1873). Harry Heathcote of Gangoil (1874). "Anthony Trollope reveals an amazing insight into the love and the motive of woman. On the positive side, it found a comparative absence of class consciousness, and praised aspects of Perth, Melbourne, Hobart and Sydney. However, he was negative about Adelaide's river, the towns of Bendigo and Ballarat, and the Aboriginal people. The Way We Live Now (1875). In this detail he has no equal in the whole catalogue of British male novelists until we go as far back as Richardson.
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Harry Heathcote of Gangoil book. Trollope draws heavily on his knowledge of the social and economic conditions of bush life acquired during a year-long visit to Australia in 1871-2.
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Harry Heathcote of Gangoil: A Tale of Australian Bush-Life. Trollope's only Australian novel, Harry Heathcote of Gangoil deals with the problems facing a young sheepfarmer, or 'squatter' (modelled after Trollope's son Frederic) in outback Australia. Using conventions of the Christmas story established by Dickens in the late 1840s, the novel shows Harry Heathcote thwarting the envious ex-convict neighbors who harbor his disgruntled former employees and who attempt to set fire to his pastures.
Just a fortnight before Christmas, 1871, a young man, twenty-four years of age, returned home to his dinner about eight o'clock in the evening. He was married, and with him and his wife lived his wife's sister. At that somewhat late hour he walked in among the two young women, and another much older woman who was preparing the table for dinner. The wife and the wife's sister each had a child in her lap, the elder having seen some fifteen months of its existence, and the younger three months. He has been out since seven, and I don't think he's.
Harry Heathcote of Gangoil. A Tale of Australian Bush-Life. By. Anthony Trollope. You can also read the full text online using our ereader. It was twelve feet broad, and, of course, of great length. Here was clustered the rocking-chairs, and sofas, and work-tables, and very often the cradle of the family. Here stood Mrs. Heathcote's sewing-machine, and here the master would sprawl at his length, while his wife, or his wife's sister, read to him. It was here, in fact, that they lived, having a parlor simply for their meals. A Tale of Australian Bush Life
Harry heathcote of gangoil. A Tale of Australian Bush Life. ANTHONY TROLLOPE, Author of "The Warden", "Barchester Towers," "Orley Farm," "The Small House at Arlington", "The Eustace Diamonds," &c. Harry Heathcote of Gangoil, who owned 30,000 sheep of his own, was a magistrate in those parts, and able to hold his own among his neighbors, whether rough or gentle; and some neighbors he had, very rough, who made it almost necessary that a man should be able to be rough also, on occasions, if he desired to live among them without. Heathcote of Gangoil could do all that.
Trollope's only Australian novel, Harry Heathcote of Gangoil deals with the problems facing a young sheepfarmer, or 'squatter' (modeled after Trollope's son Frederic) in outback Australia.
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