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Written at the request of Charles Dickens North and South is a book about rebellion it poses fundamental questions about the nature of social authority and obedience Gaskell expertly blends individual feeling with social concern and her heroine Margaret Hale is one of the most original creations of Victorian literature .
When Margaret Hale s father leaves the Church in a crisis of conscience she is forced to leave her comfortable home in the tranquil countryside of Hampshire and move with her family to the fictional industrial town of Milton in the north of England Though at first disgusted by her new surroundings she witnesses the brutality wrought by the Industrial Revolution and becomes aware of the poverty and suffering of the local mill workers Sympathetic to the poor she makes friends among them and develops a fervent sense of social justice She clashes with the mill owner and self made man John Thornton who is contemptuous of his workers However their fierce opposition masks a deeper attraction .
Gaskell based her depiction of Milton on Manchester where she lived as the wife of a Unitarian minister She was an accomplished writer much of her work published in Charles Dickens magazine Household Words including North and South which was originally published as a serial She was also friends with Charlotte Bront and after her death her father Patrick Bront chose Gaskell to write The Life of Charlotte Bront
When her father leaves the Church in a crisis of conscience Margaret Hale is uprooted from her comfortable home in Hampshire to move with her family to the north of England Initially repulsed by the ugliness of her new surroundings in the industrial town of Milton Margaret becomes aware of the poverty and suffering of the local mill workers and develops a passionate sense of social justice This is intensified by her tempestuous relationship with the mill owner and self made man John Thornton as their fierce opposition over his treatment of his employees masks a deeper attraction br br In i North and South i Elizabeth Gaskell skillfully fuses individual feeling with social concern and in Margaret Hale creates one of the most original heroines of Victorian literature
Set in English society before the Reform Bill i Wives and Daughters i centres on the story of youthful Molly Gibson brought up from childhood by her father When he remarries a new step sister enters Molly s quiet life loveable but worldly and troubling Cynthia The narrative traces the development of the two girls into womanhood within the gossiping and watchful society of Hollingford br br i Wives and Daughters i is far more than a nostalgic evocation of village life it offers an ironic critique of mid Victorian society No nineteenth century novel contains a more devastating rejection than this of the Victorian male assumption of moral authority writes Pam Morris in her introduction to this new edition in which she explores the novel s main themes the role of women Darwinism and the concept of Englishness and its literary and social context
i b It is very pleasant dining with a bachelor I only hope it is not improper so many pleasant things are b i br br A portrait of the residents of an English country town in the mid nineteenth century i Cranford i relates the adventures of Miss Matty and Miss Deborah two middle aged spinster sisters striving to live with dignity in reduced circumstances Through a series of vignettes Elizabeth Gaskell portrays a community governed by old fashioned habits and dominated by friendships between women Her wry account of rural life is undercut however by tragedy in its depiction of such troubling events as Matty s bankruptcy the violent death of Captain Brown or the unwitting cruelty of Peter Jenkyns Written with acute observation i Cranford i is by turns affectionate moving and darkly satirical br br In her introduction Patricia Ingham discusses i Cranford i in relation to Gaskell s own past and as a work of irony in the manner of Jane Austen She also considers the implications of the novel in terms of class and empire This edition also includes further reading notes and an appendix on the significance of Fashion at Cranford
This is Elizabeth Gaskell s first novel a widely acclaimed work based on the actual murder in of a progressive mill owner It follows Mary Barton daughter of a man implicated in the murder through her adolescence when she suffers the advances of the mill owner and later through love and marriage Set in Manchester between it paints a powerful and moving picture of working class life in Victorian England
b It is in every way worthy of what one great woman should have written of another b Patrick Bront br br Elizabeth Gaskell s i The Life of Charlotte Bront i is a pioneering biography of one great Victorian woman novelist by another br br Gaskell was a friend of Charlotte Bront and having been invited to write the official life determined both to tell the truth and to honour her friend She contacted those who had known Charlotte and travelled extensively in England and Belgium to gather material She wrote from a vivid accumulation of letters interviews and observation establishing the details of Charlotte s life and recreating her background Through an often difficult and demanding process Gaskell created a vital sense of a life hidden from the world br br This edition is based on the Third Edition of revised by Gaskell It has been collated with the manuscript and the previous two editions as well as with Charlotte Bront s letters and thus offers fuller information about the process of composition than any previous edition
Two of English writer Elizabeth Gaskell s best selling books are bound together in this Kindle book Ruth amp North and South br br Ruth br Ruth a British orphan girl who works in a sweatshop is selected to attend a ball to repair torn dresses and meets aristocrat Henry Bellingham They meet again and form a secret friendship which goes horribly wrong for Ruth br She is helped by a dissenting minister but soon discovers she is pregnant br The novel is a compassionate look at the fallen woman and whether the sinful can be reintegrated into Victorian society br br North and South br North and South along with With Wives and Daughters and Cranford is one of Gaskell s best known novels and produced two television adaptations br The novel tackles the situation of workers and their relations with industrialists in the fictional town of Milton northern England and has favourably compared to the Shirley by Gaskell s friend Charlotte Bront br It revolves around Margaret Hale who settles with her parents in Milton in the throws of the industrial revolution She clashes with John Thornton a cotton mill manufacturer who belongs to the nouveaux riches The confrontation between her and Mr Thornton is reminiscent of Elizabeth Bennet and Mr Darcy in Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen br br About The Author br Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell referred to as Mrs Gaskell was a British novelist and short story writer during the Victorian era She was also the first to write a biography of Charlotte Bronte The Life of Charlotte Bronte which was published in br In North and South Gaskell creates the city of Milton based on Manchester nicknamed Cottonopolis where she lived as the wife of a Unitarian pastor She saw religious dissenters and social reformers who decried the abject poverty of this industrial region She described the poor in her writings showing compassion for the oppressed br The last section of Wives and Daughters was not finished upon Elizabeth Gaskell s death and it is believed that Frederick Greenwood a journalist and editor completed the novel
i Such whispered tales such old temptations and hauntings and devilish terrors i br br Elizabeth Gaskell s chilling Gothic tales blend the real and the supernatural to eerie compelling effect Disappearances inspired by local legends of mysterious vanishings mixes gossip and fact Lois the Witch a novella based on an account of the Salem witch hunts shows how sexual desire and jealousy lead to hysteria while in The Old Nurse s Story a mysterious child roams the freezing Northumberland moors Whether darkly surreal such as The Poor Clare where an evil doppelganger is formed by a woman s bitter curse or mischievous like Curious if True a playful reworking of fairy tales all the pieces in this volume form a start contrast to the social realism of Gaskell s novels revealing a darker and more unsettling style of writing br br Laura Kranzler s introduction discusses how Gaskell s tales with their ghostly doublings and transgressive passions show the Gothic underside of female identity domestic relations and male authority This edition also contains a chronology further reading and explanatory notes
Contains Mr Harrison s Confessions Cranford My Lady Ludlow br br In this witty and poignant story the railway is pushing its way relentlessly towards the town from Manchester bringing fears of migrant workers and the breakdown of law and order The arrival of handsome young Doctor Harrison causes yet further agitation not just because of his revolutionary methods but also because of his effect on the hearts of the ladies Meanwhile Miss Matty Jenkyns nurses her own broken heart after she was forced to give up the man she loved when she was a young girl
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i Even in the stillness of that dead cold weather I had heard no sound of little battering hands upon the window glass i br br A phantom child roams the Northumberland moors while a host of fairytale characters gone to seed gather in the dark dark woods in these two surprising tales of the uncanny from the great Victorian novelist