One of Britain’s most popular novelists, Joanna Trollope is the author of over twenty novels renowned for their sharp observation of middle-class mores. Trollope began writing whilst working as an English teacher and her first published novels were historical romances under the pseudonym of Caroline Harvey. After penning a well-received history of women of the British Empire called Britannia’s Daughters, she started writing novels under her own name, beginning with The Choir in 1988. Her breakthrough came with 1991’s The Rector’s Wife, which knocked Jeffrey Archer off the top of the bestseller lists and cemented her reputation as an expert chronicler of rural life. In 2013, Trollope reimagined Sense and Sensibility for the Jane Austen Project.
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