Cranford By Elizabeth Gaskell

Cranford is the best-known novel of the 19th century English writer Elizabeth Gaskell. It was first published in 1851 as a serial in the magazine Household Words, which was edited...

Cousin Phillis by GASKELL, Elizabeth Cleghorn

Cousin Phillis (1864) is a novel by Elizabeth Gaskell about Paul Manning, a youth of seventeen who moves to the country and befriends his mothers family and his second cousin...

Sylvia's Lovers by GASKELL, Elizabeth Cleghorn

The novel begins in the 1790s in the coastal town of Monkshaven. Sylvia Robson lives with her parents on a farm, and is loved by her rather dull Quaker cousin Philip. She,...

My Lady Ludlow by GASKELL, Elizabeth Cleghorn

This novella by the acclaimed Elizabeth Gaskell follows the reminiscences and life of aristocratic Lady Ludlow, told through the eyes of one of her charges, the young Margaret...

North And South By Elizabeth Gaskell

Mrs. Gaskell as she was popularly known, had a hard and lonely childhood, spent with various aunts and relatives after her mother died and her father left her. The young Elizabeth...

Wives And Daughters By Elizabeth Gaskell

This story opens with a young girl on a visit to a stately mansion, which is a local tourist attraction. Exhausted and waiting for the rest of the party to finish the tour, she...

Wives and Daughters (version 2) by GASKELL, Elizabeth Cleghorn

Elizabeth Gaskells last novel was serialized in Cornhill Magazine from 1864 to 1866, and completed by her editor posthumously. It looks at English life in the 1830s through the...

North and South (version 2) by GASKELL, Elizabeth Cleghorn

North and South is a social novel that tries to show the industrial North and its conflicts in the mid-19th century as seen by an outsider, a socially sensitive lady from the...

Finding Elizabeth

One horrific crime. One missing suspect.When an officer is called to a house, he discovers a chilling and bizarre crime scene. Sitting at a dining room table, as if enjoying their...

Elizabeth Street

"Basing her story on her own family narratives and a deep understanding of Italian Americans, [Fabiano] paints a vivid portrait not just of immigrants' lives in the first ten...

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