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The Gaskell Society Journal – Volume 11 (1997)

Angus Easson
Getting It Right: Elizabeth Gaskell and The Life of Charlotte Brontë

Heather Sharps
Elizabeth Gaskell and Sir James P Kay-Shuttleworth – A Literary Relationship

Dorothy W Collin
Strategies of Retrospection and Narrative Silence in Cranford and Cousin Phillis

Simon Dentith
Generic diversity in Elizabeth Gaskell’s Mary Barton

Robin Colby
Elizabeth Gaskell: a Model of Motherhood

Ruth McDowell Cook
Women’s Work as Paradigm for Autonomy in Gaskell’s My Lady Ludlow

Mariaconcetta Costantini
The Sexton’s Hero

Mitsuharu Matsuoka
Gaskell Studies and the Internet

Shirley Foster
Gaskell in Paperback

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Volumes 13 & 14>

The Gaskell Society Journal – Volume 12 (1998)

Peter Skrine
Elizabeth Gaskell and Her German Stories

Peter Stiles
Calvin’s Encounter with Cinderella: Vital Antinomies in Elizabeth Gaskell’s ‘Curious, If True’ (1860)

Janice K Kirkland
‘Curious, If True’: Suggesting More

Marie Fitzwilliam
Mr Harrison’s Confessions: a Study of the General Practitioner’s Social and Professional Dis-ease

Valerie Smith
Fact or Fiction, the Acid test: Gaskell, Mary Barton and the Vitriol

Suzy Clarkson
Holstein In Harm’s Way: Tolerating Intolerance in Elizabeth Gaskell’s Fiction

 

 

 

 

 

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