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The Gaskell Journal – Volume 25 (2011)

Andrew Mauder
Mary Barton Goes to London: Elizabeth Gaskell, Stage Adaptation and Working Class Audiences

Barbara Hardy
Two Women: Some Forms of Feeling in North and South

Maria Cano Lopez
This is a Feminist Novel: The Paradox of Female Passivity in Ruth

Loretta Miles Tollefson
Controlled Transgression: Ruth’s Death and Unitarian Concept of Sin

Jennifer M. Stolpa Flatt
Parallel Ministries: Ruth and Benson’s Pastoral work

Joanne Shattock
Elizabeth Gaskell and Her Readers: From Howitt’s Journal to The Cornhill

Anna Koustinoudi
The Febrile ‘I’/Eye: Illness as Narrative Technique in ‘Six Weeks at Heppenheim’

A.J. Larner
A Habit of Headaches: The Neurological Case of Elizabeth Gaskell

Alan Shelston
From Cranford to the Conspirators of Naples: Gaskell and the Secret Society of the Camorra

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Volumes 27 & 28>

The Gaskell Journal – Volume 26 (2012)

Kerri E. Hunt
‘Nouns that were signs of things’: Object Lessons in Eliabeth Gaskell’s North and South

Mark Celeste
‘You say you want a Revolution’: Dialectical Soundscapes in Gaskell’s North and South

Beatrice Bazell The ‘Atrocious’ Interior: Wallpaper, Machinery and 1850s Aesthetics in North and South

Maura Dunst ‘Speak on, desolate Mother!’: Elizabeth Gaskell’s Isolated (M)others

Peter Garratt
Death and Variations: North and South and the Work of Adaptation

Thomas Recchio
Elizabeth Gaskell as ‘A Dramatic Common’: Stanley Houghton’s appropriation of Mary Barton in Hindle Wakes

Chris Louttit
The Pleasures of the Return: Cranford, the Sequel

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