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Elizabeth Gaskell's Collection [ 59 books ]
     

Elizabeth Gaskell's Collection [ 59 books ]

by Elizabeth Gaskell
 
This book contain collection of 59 books

1. Mary Barton [1848]
2. Cranford [1851-3]
3. Ruth [1853]
4. North and South [1854–5]
5. Sylvia's Lovers [1863]
6. Wives and Daughters: An Everyday Story [1865]
7. The Moorland Cottage [1851]
8. Mr. Harrison's Confessions [1851]
9. The Poor Clare [1856]
10. My Lady Ludlow

Overview

This book contain collection of 59 books

1. Mary Barton [1848]
2. Cranford [1851-3]
3. Ruth [1853]
4. North and South [1854–5]
5. Sylvia's Lovers [1863]
6. Wives and Daughters: An Everyday Story [1865]
7. The Moorland Cottage [1851]
8. Mr. Harrison's Confessions [1851]
9. The Poor Clare [1856]
10. My Lady Ludlow [1858]
11. Lois the Witch [1859]
12. A Dark Night's Work [1864]
13. Cousin Phillis [1864]
14. Libbie Marsh's Three Eras [1847]
15. The Sexton's Hero [1847]
16. Christmas Storms and Sunshine [1848]
17. Hand and Heart [1849]
18. The Well of Pen Morfa [1850]
19. Martha Preston [1850]
20. The Heart of John Middleton [1850]
21. The Deserted Mansion [1851]
22. The Shah's English Gardener [1852]
23. The Old Nurse's Story [1852]
24. Bessy's Troubles at Home [1852]
25. The Squire's Story [1853]
26. Bran [Household Words, Saturday, October 22, 1853]
27. The Scholar's Story [Household Words, Extra Christmas Number, 1853]
28. Morton Hall [1853]
29. My French Master [1853]
30. Uncle Peter [1853]
31. Company Manners [1854]
32. Lizzie Leigh [1855]
33. Half a Life-time Ago [1855]
34. An Accursed Race [1855]
35. A Visit To Eton [1857]
36. Right at Last [1858]
37. The Doom of the Griffiths [1858]
38. The Crooked Branch [1859]
39. Round the Sofa [1859]
40. The Half-brothers [1859]
41. A Fear for the Future [1859]
42. Curious, if True [1860, in Cornhill Magazine]
43. The Grey Woman [1861]
44. Six Weeks at Heppenheim [1862]
45. Shams [Fraser's Magazine, lxvii, 1863]
46. An Italian Institution [1864]
47. The Cage at Cranford [1864]
48. Crowley Castle [1864]
49. Some Passages from the History of the Chomley Family [1865]
50. Two Fragments of Ghost Stories
51. Sketches among the Poor, No. 1 [Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, January 1837]
52. Clopton Hall [1840]
53. The Last Generation in England [1849]
54. Disappearances [1851]
55. Cumberland Sheep-Shearers [1853]
56. Traits and Stories of The Hugenots [1853]
57. Modern Greek Songs [1854]
58. Life of Charlotte Brontë [1857]
59. French Life [1864]

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Product Details

BN ID:
2940014212397
Publisher:
Publish This, LLC
Publication date:
04/05/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
755,312
File size:
5 MB

Meet the Author

Elizabeth Gaskell, 1810-1865

Novelist, daughter of William Stevenson, a Unitarian minister, and for some time Keeper of the Treasury Records. She married William Gaskell, a Unitarian minister, at Manchester, and in 1848 published anonymously her first book, Mary Barton, in which the life and feelings of the manufacturing working classes are depicted with much power and sympathy. Other novels followed, Lizzie Leigh [1855], Mr. Harrison’s Confessions [1865], Ruth [1853], Cranford (1851–3), North and South [1855], Sylvia’s Lovers [1863], etc. Her last work was Wives and Daughters [1865], which appeared in the Cornhill Magazine, and was left unfinished.

Mrs. Gaskell had some of the characteristics of Miss Austen, and if her style and delineation of character are less minutely perfect, they are, on the other hand, imbued with a deeper vein of feeling. She was the friend of Charlotte Bronté, to whom her sympathy brought much comfort, and whose Life she wrote. Of Cranford Lord Houghton wrote, “It is the finest piece of humoristic description that has been added to British literature since Charles Lamb.”

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