GRAAT On-Line #9 - November 2010

Mrs. Gaskell in Context

Edited by Benjamine Toussaint, Sébastien Salbayre & Trevor Harris

1. Benjamine Toussaint, Sébastien Salbayre & Trevor Harris : Preface

2. Charlotte Borie : La « biomythographie littéraire » : Elizabeth Gaskell et The Life of Charlotte Brontë

3. Fabienne Gaspari : "Is this article a lady's petticoat or a bird's cage?": The function of toilette in Cranford

4. Elizabeth Lee Steere : "The Grey Woman": Gaskell Sensationalizes the Servant

5. Ilona Dobosiewicz : Industrial Cityscapes in Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South

6. Natasha Alvandi Hunt : "A Din of Angry Voices" at Home: England's Class Conflict within North and South's Thornton House

7. Christiane Gannon : The Missionary Novelist: Reading as Conversion in Mary Barton

8. Veronica Hoyt : "Sever the Connexion": Nationalising Moments in Elizabeth Gaskell's Lois the Witch, Mary Barton, and Cousin Phillip