This literary biographical study examines the life and works of the
mid-Victorian woman novelist, Elizabeth Gaskell, whose popularity
is now well established. It places her writing in the context of
her attitudes towards creative production, her relationship with
publishers, and her literary friendships, as well as examining
those events of her life which fed into her work. It pays
particular attention to the ways in which she sought to reconcile
the conflicting demands made upon her, as woman and as artist.
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