Tremendously popular in her lifetime, the books of the English author Elizabeth Gaskell (1810-1865) have often been overshadowed by her contemporaries the Brontës and George Eliot. Yet the reputation of her long-neglected masterpiece Wives and Daughters continues to grow. Gaskell wrote six novels in all — of which North and South and Cranford remain two of the best known — as well as numerous short stories, novellas, and a biography of her great friend Charlotte Brontё.
Lois the Witchby Elizabeth Gaskell
Lois the Witch is a novella based off the Salem witch
Elizabeth Gaskell was one of the most famous writers during the Victorian era. Gaskell's detailed descriptions of British society during her time has made her books of great interest to scholars of literature and history. Gaskell's most famous works include North and South, Cranford, and Wives and Daughters.
Lois the Witch is a novella based off the Salem witch trials. The action centers around a young orphaned girl who finds her new home may be extremely dangerous.
- Dodo Press
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- New Edition
- Product dimensions:
- 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.21(d)
- Age Range:
- 1 - 17 Years
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But very depressing. A dramatically written true story of the Salem witch trials.