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Fri Mar 21 17:10:59 2014 UTClccn-n800101190.14Cranford0.350.63Elizabeth Gaskell /39377536Elizabeth_Gaskelln 80010119392650Angielka.Author of Mary Barton, 1810-1865Author of ”Mary Barton“, ”Ruth“, etc.Cleghorn Gaskell, ElizabethCleghorn Gaskell, Elizabeth, 1810-1865Gaskel, E. 1810-1865Gaskell.Gaskell 1810-1865Gaskell Cleghorn, ElizabethGaskell, E. C.Gaskell, E. C., 1810-1865Gaskell, E. C. (Elizabeth Cleghorn), 1810-1865Gaskell, ElisabethGaskell, Elisabeth, 1810-1865Gaskell, Elisabeth Claghorn 1810-1865Gaskell, Elisabeth Cleghorn 1810-1865Gaskell, Ėlizabet 1810-1865Gaskell, Elizabeth.Gaskell, Elizabeth, 1810-1865Gaskell, Elizabeth C.Gaskell, Elizabeth C. 1810-1865Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn.Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865Gaskell (Elizabeth Cleghorn), Mrs, 1810-1865Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn Stevenson, 1810-1865Gaskell, Elizabeth G.Gaskell, Elizabeth GleghornGaskell, Isabel C., 1810-1865Gaskell, L. E.Gaskell L. E. 1810-1865Gaskell mrs.Gaskell, Mrs., 1810-1865Gaskell-Stevenson, E.C., 1810-1865Gaskella, Elizabete, 1810-1865Gyasukeru FujinMills, Cotton Mather, 1810-1865Stevenson, ElizabethStevenson, Elizabeth, 1810-1865Stevenson, Elizabeth C. 1810-1865Stevenson, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865Stevenson Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865ギャスケルギャスケル, エリザベスギャスケル フジンギャスケル夫人lccn-n79054114Brontë, Charlotte1816-1855lccn-n83068685Easson, Angusauiothcwtedtlccn-n78087607Dickens, Charles1812-1870lccn-n50036359Chapple, J. A. V.auiothedtlccn-n79045512Eliot, George1819-1880lccn-n50021408Pollard, Arthurauiothedtlccn-n84132362Foster, Shirleyedtlccn-no95005960Warner Home Video (Firm)lccn-n79046230Hardy, Thomas1840-1928lccn-no96013231BBC Video (Firm)Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn1810-1865FictionDomestic fictionBiographyHistoryDramaCriticism, interpretation, etcPolitical fictionTelevision adaptationsReligious fictionPastoral fictionEnglandGaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn,Manners and customsBrontë, Charlotte,Fathers and daughtersSocial classesWomenYoung womenStepfamiliesWomen and literatureGreat BritainEnglish fictionSistersWomen novelists, EnglishEngland--ManchesterChildren of physiciansNovelists, EnglishWorking class womenVillagesOlder womenCountry lifeTriangles (Interpersonal relations)Female friendshipTrials (Murder)Labor unionsTextile industryPoor familiesEngland, NorthernFamiliesChildren of clergyMan-woman relationshipsLiteratureSocial historyRegionalism in literatureUnmarried mothersMothers and sonsMothers and daughtersEnglish fiction--Women authorsIrelandHistoriographyEconomicsFamine (Ireland : 1845-1852)Economics in literatureDickens, Charles,Bleak House (Dickens, Charles)Market townsSingle womenGossipEngland--YorkshireShort stories181018651812183518371840184118441845184618471848184918501851185218531854185518561857185818591860186118621863186418651866186718681869187018711872187318741875187618771878187918801881188218831884188518861887188818891890189118921893189418951896189718981899190019011902190319041905190619071908190919101911191219131914191519161917191819191920192119221923192419251926192719281929193019311932193319341935193619371938193919401941194219431944194519461947194819491950195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201410220617396520823.8PR4710ocn003937165ocn016620487ocn260322140ocn793742631ocn448697707ocn032939381ocn780290456ocn780859864ocn797519215ocn801794380ocn072447451ocn313375128ocn753122800ocn261226511ocn469875625ocn838827484ocn2579669689119739ocn540908497book18000.35Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornCranfordFictionDomestic fictionPastoral fictionIn the village of Cranford, decorum is maintained at all times. Despite their poverty, the ladies are never vulgar about money (or their lack of it), and always follow the rules of propriety. But this discretion and gentility does not keep away tragedy; and when the worst happens, the Amazons of Cranford show the true strength of their honest affections+-+10916902263247329543ocn044959235book18440.32Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornThe life of Charlotte BrontëCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyBibliographyPresents the 1857 version of Victorian novelist Elizabeth Gaskell's biography of her fellow author Charlotte Brontë, and includes a critical introduction, and notes on subsequent variations+-+34458959653245923362ocn605897302book18470.33Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornMary BartonHistoryFictionDomestic fictionLove storiesPolitical fictionMary Barton was praised by contemporary critics for its vivid realism, its convincing characters and its deep sympathy with the poor, and it still has the power to engage and move readers today. This edition reproduces the last edition of the novel supervised by Elizabeth Gaskell and includes her husband's two lectures on the Lancashire dialect. - ;'It's the masters as has wrought this woe; it's the masters as should pay for it.'. Set in Manchester in the 1840s - a period of industrial unrest and extreme deprivation - Mary Barton depicts the effects of economic and physical hardship upon the c+-+81916902263245697351ocn606818482book18540.28Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornNorth and SouthHistoryFictionDidactic fictionMrs. Gaskell portrays industrial conditions in various regions of England in this nineteenth-century psychological novel+-+59366902263245317279ocn659532762book18630.28Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornWives and daughtersFictionDomestic fictionDomestic fiction, EnglishWhen Molly Gibson's father remarries a new stepsister, Cynthia, enters Molly's quiet life. Loveable but worldly and troubling, Cynthia's arrival alters Molly's daily life+-+42726902263242529136ocn705107105book18530.33Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornRuthHistoryFictionDomestic fictionReligious fictionPublished in 1853, this novel features a young orphan girl named Ruth, who works in a sweatshop and is seduced by Henry Bellingham, a wealthy rake. Eventually abandoned by Bellingham, Ruth gives birth to a son, Leonard, whom she tries to raise in ignorance of the circumstances of his birth. But her past pursues her to a tragic end+-+14116374653242000187ocn003618931book18630.33Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornSylvia's loversFictionLove and marriage among whale fishers and other humble people in Whitby during the French Wars+-+6682837465161477ocn711902731com18640.29Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornCousin PhillisHistoryFictionBildungsromansDidactic fictionPastoral fictionLauded by critics as one of the most nuanced accounts of adolescence and young adulthood to have been penned in the nineteenth century, Cousin Phillis also offers a glimpse into the lives of working-class English farmers and the deeply intertwined extended family relationships that were a fact of life during the era+-+295509022632411703ocn044954582file19990.25Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornThe old nurse's story11673ocn049294218file0.25Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornCranford, and other talesFiction11675ocn049294120file19990.25Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornThe life of Charlotte BrontëBiography+-+3481619896114049ocn701230365file18630.28Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornA dark night's workFictionA writer of remarkably diverse talents, Elizabeth Gaskell produced fiction and non-fiction ranging from short stories that offered detailed cross-sections of Victorian life and society to a well-regarded biography of author Charlotte Bronte. The novel A Dark Night's Work is the engrossing apogee of Gaskell's foray into Gothic ghost stories and tales of horror. Fans of these genres won't be disappointed+-+864683159688351ocn276806866rcrd19990.14Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornCranfordHistoryFictionDomestic fictionPastoral fictionMary Smith relates the story of her time with middle-aged spinster sisters Miss Matty and Miss Deborah+-+K5039817146906ocn043477405com19960.50Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornPrivate voices the diaries of Elizabeth Gaskell and Sophia HollandHistoryDiaries"These two diaries, by the nineteenth-century novelist Elizabeth Gaskell and her cousin Sophia Holland, provide us with uniquely personal and revealing accounts of Victorian womanhood and motherhood. The record the first few years of life of Marianne (Elizabeth Gaskell's daughter) and Edward Thurstan (Sophia's son). This is the first critical edition of the Gaskell diary, previously published in a limited edition of only fifty copies in 1923, and the first ever publication of the Holland diary." "As a piece of social history, these diaries document the challenges, dilemmas and rewards of Victorian parenthood."--BOOK JACKET+-+152568803632457154ocn773814828book18000.31Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornMy Lady LudlowFictionShort storiesLady Ludlow is absolute mistress of Hanbury Court and a resolute opponent of anything that might disturb the class system into which she was born. She will keep no servant who can read and write and insists that the lower orders have no rights, but only duties. However, the winds of change are blowing through the village of Hanbury. The vicar, Mr. Gray, wishes to start a Sunday school for the spiritual betterment of its pupils; Mr. Horner wants to educate the citizens into becoming more useful and active members of society. But Lady Ludlow proves to be not so rigid as one may think+-+395370159654511ocn004495163book19780.35Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornMrs. Gaskell's Tales of mystery and horrorFiction53834ocn781614873file18500.22Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornThe Moorland CottageJuvenile worksFictionDomestic fictionLooking for an engaging and emotionally resonant read from a novelist who was inspired by the works of both Charles Dickens and Charlotte Bronte? Elizabeth Gaskell's 1850 short novel The Moorland Cottage offers up a unflinching slice of nineteenth-century family life, with a particular focus on family dynamics in an era where sons were openly favored+-+875764893653520ocn002879799book19760.28Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornCranford ; and, Cousin PhillisFictionIn this poignant comedy of early Victorian life, Elizabeth Gaskell explores the effects of Victorian commerce and imperial expansion on the survival of customs from earlier times. This new edition includes an introduction by Patricia Ingham that places the novel in its literary and historical context+-+29568959654926ocn008975800book19830.59Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornFour short storiesFiction48742ocn002006956book18530.56Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornCranford ; The cage at Cranford ; The moorland cottageHistoryFiction+-+520829989613416ocn057254236com20030.47Bigelow, GordonFiction, famine, and the rise of economics in Victorian Britain and IrelandHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcAt the time of the Irish Famine, novels by Dickens and Gaskell, and commentaries on the famine, introduced a new theory of individual expression, which gradually replaced the older ideas of political economy, and became the foundation for modern concepts of capitalism based on the desires of the individual consumer+-+563715660532411834ocn225623890visu20080.17Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornCranfordFictionDramaTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsCranford, in 1842, is a market town in northwest England. It is a place governed by etiquette, custom and above all, an intricate network of ladies. It seems that life has always been conducted according to their social rules. For spinsters Deborah Jenkyns, the arbiter of correctness, and Matty, her demurring sister, the town is a hub of intrigue. Handsome new doctor Frank Harrison has arrived from London; a retired Captain and his daughters move in across the street and preparations for Lady Ludlow's garden party are underway. The town has some secrets which are about to be revealed. But news comes that shakes the town: a railway line from Manchester is coming to Cranford109510ocn014904420book19870.63Stoneman, PatsyElizabeth GaskellCriticism, interpretation, etcOffering a combination of psychoanalytic and political analyses of Elizabeth Gaskell's work, this title also presents direct and accomplished chapters on each of the major novels, as well as the major themes in Gaskell's work+-+080907807532410747ocn002483353book19760.47Gérin, WinifredElizabeth Gaskell : a biographyBiography10665ocn646871365file20090.50Recchio, ThomasElizabeth Gaskell's Cranford a publishing historyHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliographyIllustrationsTracing the publishing history of Elizabeth Gaskell's Cranford from its initial 1851-53 serialization in Dickens's Household Words through its numerous editions and adaptations, Recchio focuses especially the text's deployment in support of ideas related to nation and national identity on both sides of the Atlantic. Making extensive use of primary materials, Recchio offers a convincing micro-history of the way English literature was positioned in England and the United States to support an Anglocentric cultural project+-+482011902510629ocn003750371book19770.56Lucas, JohnThe literature of change : studies in the nineteenth-century provincial novelCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+7675574385106010ocn080591649visu20000.17Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornWives and daughtersHistoryFictionDramaTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsSet in a richly portrayed society well-stocked with cliches, this story centres around 17-year-old Molly Gibson, the only daughter of a respected country doctor. The well-ordered world of Molly's childhood is soon to be complicated by new people and unexpected situations. Most devastating is her father's decision to remarry after many years of widowhood. Molly's faltering efforts to cope gracefully with an impossible stepmother, a beguiling stepsister, burdensome secrets and burgeoning romance ring as true today as when Elizabeth Gaskell wrote the novel in 1865+-+236383469632410178ocn000372864book19650.47Pollard, ArthurMrs. Gaskell: novelist and biographerCriticism, interpretation, etcCritical examination of the English novelist's work10084ocn647906147file20070.50Nash, JulieServants and paternalism in the works of Maria Edgeworth and Elizabeth GaskellHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcWriting during periods of dramatic social change, Maria Edgeworth and Elizabeth Gaskell were both attracted to the idea of radical societal transformation at the same time that their writings express nostalgia for a traditional ruling class. Julie Nash shows how this tension is played out, especially through the characters of servants+-+K4810190259694ocn005084918book19790.59Easson, AngusElizabeth GaskellHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc9675ocn062262823visu20050.17Jakes, JohnNorth & SouthHistoryFictionDramaTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsTelevision mini-seriesHistorical dramaAdaptation of Elizabeth Gaskell's novel. Margaret Hale, a southerner, has newly moved to the industrial town of Milton. When the workers of a cotton mill strike, Margaret immediately takes their side, already displaying a strong dislike for the mill's owner, John Thornton. As the conflict between Margaret and Thornton intensifies, however, Margaret finds herself doing the unspeakable...falling in love8145ocn028898229book19930.33Uglow, Jennifer SElizabeth Gaskell : a habit of storiesBiographyElizabeth Gaskell won fame and notoriety as the author of "Mary Barton Ruth". This biography looks at Elizabeth's life and work, looking at how Elizabeth observed, from her Manchester home, the brutal but transforming impact of industry and writing down the truth of what she observed+-+36029692853248117ocn000362252book19660.59Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornThe letters of Mrs. GaskellRecords and correspondence+-+38569865468067ocn001326443book19750.56Craik, W. AElizabeth Gaskell and the English provincial novelHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcFirst published in 1975, this book places Elizabeth Gaskell amongst the major novelists of the nineteenth-century. It considers how she has sometimes been overlooked, or admired for very few of her works, or for reasons that are not in fact central to her art. W. A. Craik looks at Gaskell's full-length novels with three main purposes: to analyse her development as a novelist, her achievements, and the nature of her very original work; to see what she owes to earlier novelists, what she learns from them, and how far she is an innovator; and to put her in relation to those other novelists who7994ocn812174527file20110.47Conference on Elizabeth Gaskell and the Art of the Short StoryElizabeth Gaskell and the art of the short storyCriticism, interpretation, etc7819ocn000174749book19600.50Allott, Miriam FarrisElizabeth GaskellCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography7352ocn001345478book19740.33Beer, PatriciaReader, I married him : a study of the women characters of Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë, Elizabeth Gaskell, and George EliotHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyA study of the women characters of Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte, Elizabeth Gaskell and George Eliot7195ocn010483024book19840.53Lansbury, CoralElizabeth GaskellHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcProvides in-depth analysis of the life, works, career, and critical importance of Elizabeth Gaskell7158ocn070831051book20070.63Matus, Jill LThe Cambridge companion to Elizabeth GaskellHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcHandbooks, manuals, etcIn the last few decades Elizabeth Gaskell has become a figure of growing importance in the field of Victorian literary studies. This companion will be valuable for students and scholars of Victorian literature and includes a chronology and guide to further reading+-+21745167056904ocn000362286book19650.56Wright, EdgarMrs. Gaskell : the basis for reassessment+-+5936690226324+-+5936690226324Fri Mar 21 15:28:10 EDT 2014batch122881