Elizabeth Gaskell

Elizabeth Gaskell: Selected full-text books and articles

Elizabeth Gaskell By Tessa Brodetsky Berg, 1986
Elizabeth Gaskell By Gerald De Witt Sanders Yale University Press, 1929
Cranford By Elizabeth Gaskell; Elizabeth Porges Watson Oxford University Press, 1998
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Mary Barton By Elizabeth Gaskell; Edgar Wright Oxford University Press, 1998
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FREE! The Life of Charlotte Brontë By E. C. Gaskell D. Appleton, vol.1, 1857
FREE! The Life of Charlotte Brontë By E. C. Gaskell D Appleton and Co., vol.2, 1857
Sylvia's Lovers By Elizabeth Gaskell; Andrew Sanders Oxford University Press, 1982
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The Literary Detective: 100 Puzzles in Classic Fiction By John Sutherland Oxford University Press, 2000
Librarian's tip: "What Kind of Murderer Is John Barton?" begins on p. 78
A Victorian Album: Some Lady Novelists of the Period By Lucy Poate Stebbins Columbia University Press, 1946
Librarian's tip: "Elizabeth Gaskell" begins on p. 95
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