AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThis article examines Anthony Trollope's novel An Eye for an Eye in the context of the author's complex relationship with Ireland. It looks in particular at how Trollope both deploys and disrupts stock features of the Gothic to recommend a not just the continuance but the reinforcement of the Union between Britain and Ireland in the nineteenth century.
CitationSiddle, Y. (2014). An eye for an eye - Anthony Trollope's gothic novel?. Trollopiana, The Journal of the Trollope Society, 99 (Autumn), 19-27.
PublisherThe Trollope Society
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