The Letters of Mrs. Gaskell
Manchester University Press, 1997 - Literary Collections - 1010 pages
Elizabeth Gaskell, whose perceptive letters became part of the narrative of PBS's CIVIL WAR series, witnessed a number of crucial events and trends that shaped 19th-century America. These collected letters, addressed to over a hundred correspondents (some renowned), are an invaluable account of both the cataclysmic and the mundane, written with delicacy and verve.
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