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Thomas Adolphus Trollope (1810 – 1892) was an English writer of over sixty books. He lived most of his life in Italy creating a renowned villa in Florence with his first wife, Theodosia and later another centre of British society in Rome with his second wife, the novelist Frances Eleanor Trollope. His mother, brother and both wives were known as writers. He was awarded the Order of Saints Maurice and Lazarus by King Victor Emmanuel.