"Gaskell saw the emotional and economic realities of ordinary life with a steely honesty." --"The Times"
"Pah! to Dickens. Eat your heart out, Little Nell. That Elizabeth Gaskell could write a death scene to make your socks melt." --"Scotsman"
"One of the most perceptive novels of the mid-Victorian era." --"Glasgow Herald"
Elizabeth Gaskell (1810-1865) was a British author during the Victorian era. Gaskell also was an accomplished writer of ghost stories and had many of her stories published in Charles Dickens’ magazine Household Words.
This version of Gaskell’s North and South: All Volumes includes a table of contents.