C Gaskell, Elizabeth
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Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell was a Victorian novelist and short story writer. She wrote about the lives of the very poor and those people who had a love of literature. In 1851 Cranford was published in serial form in a magazine called Household Words edited by Charles Dickens. The setting is a fictional town called Cranford where Mary Smith and her friends are introduced through a series of episodes. The most significant event is the return of a beloved brother.
- Depth (m): 0.01
- Height (m): 0.235
- Physical Format: Print On Demand - Paperback
- Weight (g): 313
- Width (m): 0.19
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