Serialisation[ edit ] North and South originally appeared in 20 weekly episodes from September to January in Household Wordsedited by Charles Dickens. During this period Dickens dealt with the same theme in Hard Times also a social novelwhich was published in the same magazine from April to August Chapman,p. Gaskell found the time and technical constraints of serialised fiction particularly trying. She had planned to write 22 episodes, but was "compelled to desperate compression" to limit the story to
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The personal papers of Elizabeth Gaskell. The special collections at John Rylands Library, U of Manchester, which also houses archives relating to non-conformist churches, trade unions and labor history. Web site for the Gaskell Society, includes information about writings on and by Elizabeth Gaskell.
Brook Street Chapel, Knutsford, the Unitarian chapel which Elizabeth Gaskell attended as a girl; includes a biographical page on her.
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"Fictional Philanthropy in Elizabeth Gaskell's Mary Barton and North and South." Asks, is the type of fiction Gaskell wrote in these two novels a kind of philanthropy?
Victorian Literature and Culture 25, 2 (), pp. [free at jstor]. Undeniably, Gaskell's sympathies were with the poor: North and South's central concept is the gradual realisation of haughty, scornful southerner Margaret Hale that there is .
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