<Volumes 3 & 4

The Gaskell Society Journal – Volume 5 (1991)

Edward Chitham
Elizabeth Stevenson’s Schooldays

Brenda Colloms
“Tottie” Fox, Her Life and Background

Barbara Brill and Alan Shelston
Manchester: ‘A Behindhand Place for Books’: The Gaskells and the Portico Library

Thomas E Recchio
A Victorian Version of the Fall: Mrs Gaskell’s Cousin Phillis and the Domestication of Myth

Anna Unsworth
Some Social Themes in Wives and Daughters: (2) The Social Values of the 1860s and ‘Old England’ Compared

P. J. Yarrow
Mrs Gaskell and Newcastle upon Tyne

Jeanette Eve
Elizabeth Stevenson and Harriet Carr: A Note

Alison Foster
A Personal View of the First Joint Bronte/Gaskell Conference

<Volumes 3 & 4

Volumes 7 & 8>

The Gaskell Society Journal – Volume 6 (1992)

Arthur Pollard
Elizabeth Gaskell’s Young Women

Andrew Sanders
Varieties of Religious Experience in Sylvia’s Lovers

Michael Wheeler
Elizabeth Gaskell and Unitarianism

K.J. Fielding
The Sceptical Carlyles and the Unitarian Mrs Gaskell

Peter Stiles
Grace, Redemption and the ‘Fallen Woman’: Ruth and Tess of the D’Urbervilles

J. A. V. Chapple
Two Unpublished Gaskell Letters from Burrow Hall, Lancashire

Eva Ahsberg Borromeo
Maria Edgeworth, Fredrika Bremer and Elizabeth Gaskell: Sources for Wives and Daughters

Volumes 7 & 8>