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Worlds of Upheaval: North and South Articles

Year 12 Extension English

Fictional Philanthropy in Elizabeth Gaskell's "Mary Barton" and "North and South" Author(s): Pamela Corpron Parker

"TAUGHT BY DEATH WHAT LIFE SHOULD BE": ELIZABETH GASKELL'S REPRESENTATION OF DEATH IN "NORTH AND SOUTH" Author(s): MARY ELIZABETH HOTZ

From Elizabeth Gaskell's "Mary Barton" to Her "North and South": Progress or Decline for Women? Author(s): Pearl L. Brown

Robinson, A., Austen, J. and Mazzeno, L. W. (2011) ‘Class Mediation and Marriage in Pride and Prejudice and North and South

GASKELL, DARWIN, AND "NORTH AND SOUTH" Author(s): CAROL A. MARTIN

The Return of the "Unnative": The Transnational Politics of Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South Author(s): Julia Sun-Joo Lee

FINDING A WOMAN'S PLACE: GASKELL AND AUTHORITY Author(s): SUZY CLARKSON HOLSTEIN

"Mere Outward Appearances"? Household Taste and Social Perception in Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South Author(s): JOHN PAUL KANWIT

Recchio, T. (2014) ‘Passion and Economics in Jane Eyre and North and South

Elizabeth Gaskell and social transformation By Nancy Henry

NORTH AND SOUTH, EAST AND WEST Author(s): STEFANIE MARKOVITS

Feminist Critics and Literary Mothers: Daughters Reading Elizabeth Gaskell Author(s): Deanna L. Davis

ELIZABETH GASKELL: THE TELLING OF FEMININE TALES Author(s): BARBARA WEISS

Ingham, P. (1996) ‘Chapter 4: NORTH AND SOUTH’

PATSY STONEMAN-Gaskell, gender, and the family