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Molly C. O’Donnell
Speaking Amazonian: Communities of Practice in Elizabeth Gaskell’s Cranford 

Josie Billington
On Not Concluding: Realist Prose as Practical Reason in Gaskell’s Wives and Daughters 

Jean Fernandez
‘Some great war’: The Aga Jenkyns and the Repression of History in Elizabeth Gaskell’s Cranford 

Amy L. Montz
The Personal Is Pilgrimage: Literary Tourism through and with Ms Austen and Mrs Gaskell

Reviews

Chris Louttit
Karen E. Laird, The Art of Adapting Victorian Literature, 1848-1920: Dramatizing Jane Eyre, David Copperfield and The Woman in White

Carolyn Lambert
Erika Wright, Reading for Health: Medical Narratives and the Nineteenth-Century Novel

Alan Shelston
Mitsuharu Matsuoka (ed.), Evil and Its Variations in the Works of Elizabeth Gaskell: Sesquicentennial Essays

Mary Summers
Helen MacEwan, Winifred Gérin, Biographer of the Brontës

 

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