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Cranford - 
      Elizabeth Gaskell
    
      Patricia Ingham

Cranford

; Patricia Ingham (Redaktør)

Depicts the lives and preoccupations of the inhabitants of a small village - their petty snobberies, appetite for gossip, and loyal support for each other in times of need. This is a community that runs on cooperation and gossip, at the very heart of which are the daughters of the former rector: Miss Deborah Jenkyns and her sister Miss Matt. Les mer
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Depicts the lives and preoccupations of the inhabitants of a small village - their petty snobberies, appetite for gossip, and loyal support for each other in times of need. This is a community that runs on cooperation and gossip, at the very heart of which are the daughters of the former rector: Miss Deborah Jenkyns and her sister Miss Matt.
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Forlag: Penguin Classics
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 304
ISBN: 9780141439884
Format: 20 x 13 cm
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Acknowledgementsvii
Chronologyviii
Introductionxiii
Further Readingxxxi
Note on the Textxxxiv




Cranford

1(188)
Appendix I: More on Cranford: `The Last Generation in England' and `The Cage at Cranford'189(18)
Appendix II: The Nature and Role of Women207(12)
Appendix III: Fashion at Cranford219(7)
Glossary226(7)
Notes233
Elizabeth Gaskell (1810 - 65) was born in London, but grew up in the north of England in the village of Knutsford. In 1832 she married the Rev. William Gaskell and had four daughters, and one son who died in infancy. Her first novel, Mary Barton, was published in 1848 and won the attention of Charles Dickens and most of her later work was publish in his journals. She was also a lifelong friend of Charlotte Bronte, whose biography she wrote, as well as her many novels and short stories.


Patricia Ingham is Senior Research Fellow and Reader at St Anne's College, Oxford. She has written on the Victorian novel and on Hardy in particular. she is the General Editor of all Hardy's fiction in the Penguin Classics and has edited Gaskell's North and South for the series.