By G. Handley
This chronology units Elizabeth Gaskell in her ancient, social and literary contexts. It makes a speciality of her profession as a author but additionally underlines her interactive roles as spouse, mom, useful and tolerant Christian, radical sympathizer. Graham Handley discusses her formative years, her marriage, the beginnings of her writing, the years of feat, her social, humanitarian matters, love of shuttle and its impact, with the stability of domesticity and creativity that's the foremost to her personality.
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Visit had far-reaching effects on her writing, seen not only in ‘The Grey Woman’ and ‘Six Weeks in Heppenheim’ but in her development of stories which have affinities with and derivations from German novelle. The ongoing intimacy with Katie and Susanna Winkworth almost certainly deepened her knowledge of the genre. com - licensed to Universitetsbiblioteket i Tromso - PalgraveConnect - 2011-03-15 1841 39 in Flanders, liked Bruges, Ghent, Antwerp. Lovely touches of humour, observing that the Rhine ‘smells of the bones of the 3,000 virgins’ (GL 41).
EG and WG honeymoon in Wales at Aber. Topography, atmosphere, stored and used later in fiction, conflated with previous stays in area. They travel about and return to Plasyn Penrhyn. ) Shared letter with WG to his sister Elizabeth descriptive of their honeymoon touring from their favourite Aber: WG says EG (‘Lily’, expressive of loving intimacy) is in the best of health, much praise, affection for Mrs Holland, Sam and Ann (EG’s relations). Asks Elizabeth to look after the garden, hopes she’ll get a Broadwood piano for them.
Letter from Woodside to friend Harriet Carr in London. Trademark humour which distinguishes EG’s maturity embryonically evident, sometimes crudely (she compares Harriet’s voice to a parrot’s). Ironic appraisal of Harriet’s (supposed) social activities: questions her about the celebrated violinist Nicolo Paganini, who had a triumphal first London season between June and August. ES provides a potted history of Achille Murat’s (Napoleon’s nephew) career. Some rather self-conscious name-dropping here when ES mentions her cousins, the children of her uncle Swinton and his wife Anne.
An Elizabeth Gaskell Chronology (Author Chronologies) by G. Handley