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The Gaskell Society Journal – Volume 19 (2005)

Gwen Clarke
A Classical Introduction: Introductions from early World’s Classics Editions to the works of Elizabeth Gaskell

Shirley Foster
Violence and Disorder in Elizabeth Gaskell’s Short Stories

Barbara Hardy
Cousin Phillis: The Art of the Novella

Anne Secord
Elizabeth Gaskell and the Artisan Naturalists of Manchester

Jane Silvey
It All Began with Jane Eyre: the Complex Transatlantic Web of Women Writers

Peter Skrine
Goethe and Emerson in Elizabeth Gaskell’s Manchester

Larry Uffelman
To Cranford via Philadelphia

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Volumes 21 & 22>

The Gaskell Society Journal – Volume 20 (2006)

Fran Baker
Primary sources for Gaskell Research, Gaskell Papers in the John Rylands Library, University of Manchester

John Chapple
Elizabeth Gaskell and Roman Catholicism

Linda K. Hughes
Gaskell The Worker

Laura Kranzler
Gothic Themes in Elizabeth Gaskell’s Fiction

Kathrin Levitan
Literature, the City and the Census: Examining the Social Body in Victorian Britain

Sarina Moore
Courts Obscure: the Architectural Shaping of Identity in ‘Libbie Marsh’s Three Eras’

Alan Shelston
Opportunity and Anxiety: Elizabeth Gaskell and the Development of the Railway System

John Wyatt
The Inoffensive Philanthropist: The Way of Humility in North and South

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