If you enjoy Trollope, you probably enjoy books in general. In our resources area you can find general information for book-lovers and reading enthusiasts. Whether you'd like to find an out of print title, get a bargain online, or start giving books away, we have useful links to get you started.
Bibliomania has thousands of e-books, poems, articles, short stories and plays all of which are absolutely free. You can read the world's greatest fiction by authors such as Dickens and Joyce, Sherlock Holmes mysteries, all Shakespeare's plays, or just dip into some short stories by writers such as Mark Twain, Anton Chekov and Edgar Allan Poe. This link takes you to the works of Trollope available on Bibliomania
Project Gutenberg is the first and largest single collection of free electronic books. The mission of Project Gutenberg is simple:
"To encourage the creation and distribution of eBooks." Many of the e-texts available free at Anthony Trollope are Project Gutenberg texts.
The Oxford Text Archive holds several thousand electronic texts, including several Trollope novels. The site includes an easy to use full text search facilty and is completely free of charge.
Anthony Trollope is an Amazon partner, so if you make a purchase from Amazon by following a link from us, The Trollope Society benefits.
Abebooks is the world's largest online marketplace for books. Whether it's new, used, rare, or out-of-print, you can find it here, through our community of over 13,500 independent booksellers selling 80 million books from around the globe. A great way to buy out of print Trollopes!
BookBrain searches and compares prices for UK online bookshops on the web, currently searching 14 sites, so you can always find the best deal.
Penguin publish many of Trollope’s novels, and have in the past published the entire 47 novels in paperback. Visit the Penguin Classics website for the latest releases and information on the the full list.
Bookcrossing has now entered the Oxford English Dictionary: the practice of leaving a book in a public place to be picked up and read by others, who then do likewise. Visit the website, and discover the fun of releasing books in to the wild!
Information on books and reading, with competitions, prizes and events.
Information and on the 2006 Get London Reading campaign, with events, discounts, and information on London authors.
The BBC’s books homepage, with information on books and writing, as well as features and links to The Big Read, BBC Book programmes and external sites.
BBC 7 is mix of the best of BBC comedy, drama, and books. With a classic serial on every day, and a useful ‘Listen again’ feature, you can now enjoy BBC radio drama whenever suits you.
Information on the history and development of the British Post Office, including the introduction of the pillar box and original documents relating to Anthony Trollope.
LibriVox volunteers record chapters of books in the public domain and release the audio files back onto the net. You can download recordings of The Warden and Barchester Towers, or take part in the current recording of Can You Forgive Her?