The Complete Elizabeth Gaskell Collection by Elizabeth Gaskell

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Elizabeth Gaskell was one of the most prominent British writers during the Victorian era. Gaskell wrote many classics that are still read by the masses today. This collection includes the following:

NOVELS

North and South
Cranford
Wives and Daughters
Mary Barton
Ruth
Sylvia’s Lovers

NOVELLAS

Mr. Harrison’s Confessions
The Moorland Cottage
The Poor Clare
My Lady Ludlow
Lois the Witch
A Dark Night’s Work
Cousin Phillis

NON-FICTION

The Life of Charlotte Bronte
French Life
Modern Greek Songs
Traits and Stories of the Huguenots
Cumberland Sheep-Shearers
Disappearances
Sketches among the Poor, No. 1
The Last Generation in England
Clopton Hall

SHORT STORIES

Two Fragments of Ghost Stories
Some Passages from the History of the Chromley Family
Crowley Castle
The Cage at Cranford
An Italian Institution
Shams
Six Weeks at Heppenheim
The Grey Woman
Curious, if True
A Fear for the Future
Round the Sofa
The Doom of the Griffiths
A Visit to Eton
Half a Life-time Ago
Lizzie Leigh
Company Manners
Uncle Peter
My French Master
Morton Hall
The Scholar’s Story
Bran
The Squire’s Story
Bessy’s Troubles at Home
The Shah’s English Gardener
The Deserted Mansion
The Heart of John Middleton
Martha Preston
The Well of Pen-Morfa
Hand and Heart
The Sexton’s Hero
Libbie Marsh’s Three Eras
Right at Last
The Half-Brothers
An Accursed Race
The Old Nurse’s Story
Christmas Storms and Sunshine
The Crooked Brance
The Manchester Marriage (a short story from “A House to Let” with co-authors Charles Dickens, Wilkie Collins, and Adelaide Anne Procter)



 

About Elizabeth Gaskell

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Elizabeth Gaskell (1810-65) moved from the London of her childhood to Knutsford, on which the fictional town of Cranford is modelled, and later Manchester. Writer of six novels, numerous shorter works and the biography of her great friend Charlotte Bront , Gaskell was at first published anonymously but later in her own name. Much of her work was serialised in Charles Dickens's widely-read literary weekly, Household Words. Gaskell's other novels Mary Barton, North and South and Wives and Daughters are also published in the Penguin English Library.
 
Published July 22, 2015 by Karpathos Collections.
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction