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The Index of The Gaskell Journal

Last updated: 10 April 2012.


This index is in three parts. The Author Index includes the authors of articles and reviews appearing in the Journal. Authors and titles of publications referred to in those articles are included in the Subject Index. In this index, publications appear under their author(s), except in the case of anonymous works, which appear under title and Elizabeth Gaskell’s own publications, which also appear under their titles. The third index is to Book Reviews appearing in the Journal. Publications reviewed are listed under their author(s). New editions of Elizabeth Gaskell’s novels appear under their respective editors and translations into other languages under Gaskell. The authors of the reviews appear in the Author Index.

In all cases, location references are to volume number - in bold - followed by the year and then by inclusive page numbers. Notes are indicated by ‘n’ or ‘nn’ after the page number. Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations.


Author Index

A.J. S.

book reviews 5, 1991, 87-8; 7, 1993, 84-5

Alexander, Christine

Elizabeth Gaskell and Victorian juvenilia 18, 2004, 1-15

Readers and writers: Blackwood's and the Brontës

8, 1994, 54-69

Allan, Janet

Scarborough Conference: 'Sylvia's Lovers and

others': a novel weekend 6, 1992, 77-8

Arnaud, Caroline

Gaskell studies in France 13, 1999, 112-15


Baker, Fran

Intimate and trusted correspondence’: the Gaskells,

Greens and Jamisons 24, 2010, 1-17

Baker, Gwen

book review 25, 2011, 127-9

Barnard, Robert

book reviews 16, 2002, 119-21; 17, 2003, 121-2;

20, 2006, 125-6

Beer, John

Elizabeth Gaskell’s Legacy from Romanticism 22,

2008, 42-55

Billington, Josie

book review 21, 2007, 123-5

Faithful realism: Ruskin and Gaskell 13, 1999, 1-14

Bock, Carol A.

Elizabeth Gaskell’s ‘Useful’ Relatives: Katharine and

Anthony Todd Thompson and the Society for the

Diffusion of Useful Knowledge 22, 2008, 72-85

Borromeo, Eva Åhsberg

Maria Edgeworth, Fredrika Bremer and Elizabeth

Gaskell: Sources for Wives and Daughters

6, 1992, 73-6

Brandidn, Emma Karin

Domestic Performance and Comedy in Cranford

and Wives and Daughters 24, 2010, 30-46

Brill, Barbara

'My dear Mr. Norton' 1, 1987, 30-40

Brill, Barbara and Shelston, Alan

Manchester: 'a behindhand place for books': The

Gaskells and the Portico Library 5, 1991, 27-36


Campbell, Ian

book reviews 21, 2007, 125-7; 24, 2010, 140-42

Scottish writers, Elizabeth Gaskell and the Industrial

Revolution 8, 1994, 98-110

Seen in passing? 16, 2002, 1-13

Chapple, J. A. V.

Before 'Crutches and Changed Feelings': five early

letters by Elizabeth Gaskell (née Stevenson)

4, 1990, 1-27

book reviews 5, 1991, 85-7; 8, 1994, 118-19; 20,

2006, 127-37; 24, 2010, 135-7

Early Gaskell scholars (4) Adolphus William Ward (1837-1924) 19, 2005, 96-9

Elizabeth Gaskell’s Yorkshire ghost story 20, 2006,

115-16

Life and liberty in Newcastle upon Tyne

9, 1995, 66-9

Two unpublished Gaskell letters from Burrow Hall

Lancashire 6, 1992, 67-72

William Stevenson and the Edinburgh literary scene

8, 1994, 42-53

William Stevenson and Elizabeth Gaskell 1,1987, 1-9

Chapple, John

book reviews 7, 1993, 82-4; 21, 2007, 100-114

Elizabeth Gaskell and Roman Catholicism 20, 2006,

14-27

A ‘tangled bank’: Willets, Wedgwood, Darwin and

Holland families 21, 2007, 95-9

Chapple, John and Shelston, Alan

Elizabeth Gaskell's correspondence: a supplementary

edition 13, 1999, 110-11

Chitham, Edward

Elizabeth Stevenson's schooldays 5, 1991, 1-15

Clarke, Gwen

book reviews 20, 2006, 137-8; 21, 2007, 116-17;

24, 2010, 139-40

A Classic Introduction: introductions from early World Classics editions to the works of Elizabeth Gaskell 19, 2005, 1-13

Gaskell Papers in the John Rylands University Library

20, 2006, 1-13

Clausson, Nils

Romancing Manchester: Class, Gender and the

Conflicting Genres of Elizabeth Gaskell’s

North and South 21, 2007, 1-20

Colby, Robin

Elizabeth Gaskell: a model of motherhood

11, 1997, 55-67

Collin, Dorothy W.

Strategies of retrospection and narrative silence in

Cranford and Cousin Phillis 11, 1997, 25-42

Colloms, Brenda

"Tottie" Fox, her life and background 5, 1991, 16-26

Colón, Susan see Lynch, Lacy L. and Colón, Susan

Cook, Ruth McDowell

Women's work as paradigm for autonomy in Gaskell's

My Lady Ludlow 11, 1997, 68-76

book review 14, 2000, 112-14

Corley, Liam

The imperial addiction of Mary Barton 17, 2003,

1-11

Costantini, Mariaconcetta

The Sexton's Hero 11, 1997, 77-85

Craik, Wendy

Lore and learning in Cousin Phillis (1)

3, 1989, 68-80

Lore, learning and wisdom: workers and education in

Mary Barton and North and South 2, 1988 13-33

'Man, vain man' in Susan Ferrier, Margaret Oliphant

and Elizabeth Gaskell 9, 1995, 55-65

Crofts, Charlotte

book reviews 10, 1996, 108-10; 11, 1997, 111-13

Cumiskey, Gillian

book review 10, 1996, 110-13

Cunliffe-Jones, Janet

book review 23, 2009, 74-5


d'Agnillo, Renzo

book reviews 15, 2001, 84-7; 21, 2007, 127-31

Darby, Margaret Flanders

book review 15, 2001, 82-4

Debrabant, Mary

Birds, bees and Darwinian survival strategies in

Wives and Daughters 16, 2002, 14-29

Dennis, Barbara

book reviews 20, 2006, 139-41; 22, 2008, 176-8

Dentith, Simon

Generic diversity in Elizabeth Gaskell's Mary Barton

11, 1997, 43-54

Dixon, Michael F.

A very nice American – Gaskell’s enigmatic Mr

Collier 22, 2008, 86-95

Duthie, Enid

Echoes of the French Revolution in the work of

Elizabeth Gaskell 2, 1999, 34-40


Easson, Angus

book reviews 19, 2005, 110-12; 25, 2011, 132-4

Getting it right: Elizabeth Gaskell and The Life of

Charlotte Brontë 11, 1997, 1-14

Going in to Dinner: Elizabeth Gaskell and W. H.

Russell at Chatsworth 25, 2011, 112-13

The Sentiment of feeling: emotions and objects in

Elizabeth Gaskell 4, 1990, 64-78

We have all of us one human heart’: Elizabeth

Gaskell and William Wordsworth 24, 2010,

18-29

Elliott, Kamilla

The Romance of Politics and the Politics of Romance

in Elizabeth Gaskell’s Mary Barton 21, 2007,

21-37

Eve, Jeanette

Elizabeth Stevenson and Harriet Carr: a note

5, 1991, 74-6

The Floral and horticultural in Elizabeth Gaskell's

novels 7, 1993, 1-15


Fielding, K. J.

The sceptical Carlyles and the Unitarian Mrs Gaskell

6, 1992, 42-57

Finkelstein, David

Early nineteenth-century Scottish publishing

8, 1994, 77-86

Fitzwilliam, Marie

Mr Harrison's Confessions: a study of the general

practitioner's social and professional dis-ease

12, 1998, 28-36

The Needle not the pen: fabric (auto)biography in

Cranford, Ruth and Wives and Daughters

14, 2000, 1-13

The Politics behind the angel: separate spheres in

Elizabeth Gaskell's Lizzie Leigh 8, 1994, 15-27

Flatt, Jennifer M. Stolpa

Parallel Ministries: Ruth and Benson’s Pastoral Work

25, 2011, 63-76

Foster, Alison

A Personal view of the first joint Brontë/Gaskell

conference 5, 1991, 77-83

Foster, Shirley

book reviews 12, 1998, 63-5; 13, 1999, 129-30; 17, 2003, 74n30n, 75n37, 112-13; 18, 2004, 97-9;

22, 2008, 169-71

Gaskell in paperback 11, 1997, 96-102

Space in Gaskell’s landscapes 23, 2009, 1-15

Violence and Disorder in Elizabeth Gaskell’s Short Stories 19, 2005, 14-24

'We sit and read and dream our time away': Elizabeth

Gaskell and the Portico Library 14, 2000, 14-23


Gilchrist, Marianne McLeod

The Shaw family of Staten Island: Elizabeth Gaskell's

American friends 9, 1995, 1-12

Gregg, Howard F.

book review 20, 2006, 142-3

Guy, Josephine M.

book review 14, 2000, 123-6


Handley, Graham

book reviews 21, 2007, 120-23; 22, 2008, 163-4

Elizabeth Gaskell, George Eliot and scenes of clerical

life 23, 2009, 32-9

‘A Dark Night’s Work’ Reconsidered 21, 2007, 65-72

Hardy, Barbara

Cousin Phillis: The Art of the Novella 19, 2005,

25-33

Two Women: Some Forms of Feeling in North and

South 25, 2011, 19-29

Hatano, Yoko

Fanny Price and Molly Gibson: bearers of the country

house tradition 10, 1996, 92-101

Hedgecock, Liz

book review 13, 1999, 122-5

Henson, Louise

The ‘Condition of England’ debate and the ‘Natural History of Man’… 16, 2002, 15-47

History, science and social change: Elizabeth Gaskell’s ‘evolutionary’ narratives 17, 2003,

12-33

Hodgson, John

A Gaskell collection at Canterbury 3, 1989, 42-45

Holstein, Suzy Clarkson

In harm's way: tolerating intolerance in Elizabeth

Gaskell's fiction 12, 1998, 46-50

Huber, Caroline

‘Heroic Pioneers’: The Ladies of Cranford 21, 2007,

38-49

Huett, Lorna

book review 19, 2005, 114-17

Commodity and Collectivity: Cranford in the context of Household Words 17, 2003, 34-49

Hughes, Linda K.

book review 23, 2009, 68-71

Gaskell the Worker 20, 2006, 28-46

Hughes, Linda K. and Lund, Michael

Becoming Mrs Gaskell 14, 2000, 24-34

Hyde, William J.

'Poor Frederick' and 'Poor Peter': Elizabeth Gaskell's

fraternal deviants 9, 1995, 21-6


Ingham, Patricia

book review 23, 2009, 75-8

Inokuma, Keiko

book review 25, 2011, 124-6


Jackson, Betty

book review 5, 1991, 89-90

Jackson-Houlston, Caroline M.

book reviews 17, 2003, 116-18; 22, 2008, 174-6

Cranford: Gaskell’s most radical novel? 23, 2009,

16-31

Elizabeth Gaskell, Manchester Song and its contexts

10, 1996, 27-41

James, Harumi

book reviews 13, 1999, 132-3; 17, 2003, 110-11; 19,

2005, 120-22

Secrecy in Elizabeth Gaskell's Cousin Phillis

8, 1994, 28-41

Jansson, Siv

book reviews 15, 2001, 88-90; 18, 2004, 101-5; 19, 2005, 108-10; 25, 2011, 130-31

Elizabeth Gaskell: Writing against the angel in the

house 10, 1996, 65-76

John, Juliet

book review 9, 1995, 77-80

Johnston, Judith

book review 16, 2002, 121-4

Jumeau, Alain

Elizabeth Gaskell on French literary ladies of the

seventeenth century: Madame de Sablé and

Madame de Sévigné 13, 1999, 15-24


Kanamaru, Chiyuki

The Relevance of Gaskell for Japanese readers

14, 2000, 101-104

Kanda, Tomoko

Labour Disputes and the City: Manchester and

Milton-Northern 24, 2010, 47-60

‘Politics and everyday life’: Translating ‘Morton

Hall’ into Japanese 23, 2009, 66-7

Kellog, David (editor)

Round the software: post, nostalgia and post-nostalgia

on the Gaskell discussion list A discussion, by

gaskell-l and friends 14, 2000, 105-108

Kirkland, Janice K.

'Curious If True': suggesting more 12, 1998, 21-27

Kranzler, Laura

Gothic Themes in Elizabeth Gaskell’s Fiction 20,

2006, 47-59

Kuhlman, Mary Haynes

book review 19, 1005, 122-5

Education through experience in North and South

10, 1996, 14-26

Gaskell studies and the Internet in 1999

14, 2000, 35-44

A Survey of Gaskell scholarship, or: things written

recently about Gaskell 13, 1999, 25-35


Lambert, Carolyn

Cross-dressing and interpretation of gender in

Cranford and ‘The Grey Woman’ 24, 2010,

73-84

Larner, A. J.

A Habit of Headaches: the Neurological Case of

Elizabeth Gaskell 25, 2011, 97-103

Lawrence, Lindsy

Gender Play ‘At our social table’: The New

Domesticity in the Cornhill and Elizabeth

Gaskell’s Wives and Daughters 22, 2008, 22-41

Leach, Joan

book review 6, 1992, 84

Leaver, Elizabeth

What will this world come to? Old ways and

education in Elizabeth Gaskell's My Lady

Ludlow 10, 1996, 53-64

Ledger, Sally

book review 14, 2000, 109-11

Lesser, Margaret

book review 22, 2008, 164-6

Madame Mohl and Mrs Gaskell 13, 1999, 36-53'

Levitan, Kathrin

Literature, the city and the census: examining the

social body in Victorian Britain 20, 2006, 60-72

Li, Fang

North and South: East or West 13, 1999, 1004-5

Lingard, Christine

book review 4, 1990, 92

The Gaskell Collection in Manchester Central Library

2, 1988, 59-75

Logan, Deborah A.

'An unfit subject for fiction': Elizabeth Gaskell and the

duty of silence 9, 1995, 27-42

López, Marina Cano

This is a Feminist Novel: The Paradox of Female

Passivity in Elizabeth Gaskell’s Ruth 25, 2011,

30-47

Lund, Michael see Hughes, Linda K. and Lund, Michael

Lynch, Lacy L. and Colón, Susan

A Weakness, a Sin or a Mind Diseased: A New

Assessment of Cynthia Kirkpatrick 21, 2007,

50-64


McArthur, Tonya Moutray

Unwed orders: religious communities for women in the works of Elizabeth Gaskell 17, 2003, 59-76

Mack, Douglas S.

James Hogg, Elizabeth Gaskell and the tradition of

oral storytelling 8, 1994, 70-76

McLean, Thomas

Two new Elizabeth Gaskell Letters from New

Zealand 24, 2010, 128-30

Marroni, Francesco

Elizabeth Gaskell and the art of the novel

2, 1988, 93-96

Gaskell studies in Italy 1, 1987, 41-7

The Shadow of Dante: Elizabeth Gaskell and The

Divine Comedy 10, 1996, 1-13

Marshall, Rosemary

book review 15, 2001, 91-2

Matsuoka, Mitsuharu

Articles in the Gaskell Society Journal, Volumes 1-12

13, 1999, 118-21

Gaskell’s strategies of silence in ‘The Half Brothers’ 17, 2003, 50-58

Gaskell studies and the Internet 11, 1997, 86-95

Maunder, Andrew

Mary Barton goes to London: Elizabeth Gaskell,

Stage Adaptations and the Working Class

Audience 25, 2011, 1-18

Melchers, Gunnel

Gaskell scholars re-discovered: (2) Aina Rubenius 17,

2003, 104-8

Menhennet, Alan

A Goethe reference in Cranford 8, 1994, 111-12

Millard, Kay

The Religion of Elizabeth Gaskell 15, 2001, 1-13

Milne, Maurice

The Changing Title of Mary Barton 21, 2007, 92-4

Moore, Sarina Gruver

Courts obscure: the architectural shaping of identity

in ‘Libbie Marsh’s Three Eras’ 20, 2006, 73-90

Moran, Mary Jeanette

A Word or Two here about Myself’: Narrative

Subjectivity and Feminist Ethics in Cranford 22,

2008, 10-21

Morris, Emily Jane

‘Ready to hear and help’: Female agency and the

reclamation of the fallen woman in Elizabeth

Gaskell’s ‘Lizzie Leigh’ 23, 2009, 40-53

Morse, Deborah Deneholz

Haunting memories of the English Civil War in

Elizabeth Gaskell’s Morton Hall and Lois the

Witch 24, 2010, 85-99


Nagase, Hisako

book review 16, 2002, 116-19


Ohno, Tatsuhiro

book review 15, 2001,87-8

Dramatic Irony in Ruth 21, 2007, 86-90

Is Mary Barton an industrial novel? 15, 2001, 14-29

Statistical Analysis of North and South: In the Quest

for the Standard Interpretation 22, 2008, 116-44

The structure of Ruth 18, 2004, 16-36

Sylvia's Lovers: A translator's note 13, 1999, 106-7


Paice, Rosamund A.

book review 16, 2002, 124-8

Parker, Pam

'The Power of Giving': Elizabeth Gaskell's Ruth and

the politics of benevolence 13, 1999, 54-68

Pearson, Jacqueline

book reviews 8, 1994, 115-18; 13, 1999, 131-2

Pittock, Malcolm

Hood for Boz in ‘Our Society at Cranford’ 24,

2010, 61-72

Platizky, Roger S.

Mary Barton and Frankenstein 10, 1996, 83-91

Pollard, Arthur

Elizabeth Gaskell's young women 6, 1992, 1-14

Faith and family: Fundamental values in Mary Barton

3, 1989, 1-5

Poole, Robert

‘A poor Man I know’: Samuel Bamford and the

making of Mary Barton 22, 2008, 96-115

Pryke, Jo

book reviews 11, 1997, 108-11; 15, 2001, 94; 21,

2007, 117-20

Gaskell scholars re-discovered: (1) Annette B.

Hopkins 15, 2001, 64-7

The Treatment of political economy in North and

South 4, 1990, 28-39

The view from America: Annette Hopkins and Elizabeth Gaskell 16, 2002, 48-63

Wales and the Welsh in Gaskell's fiction: sex, sorrow

and sense 13, 1999, 69-84


Rack, Henry D.

book review 6, 1992, 81-3

Recchio, Thomas E.

Cranford and "The lawe of kynde" 1, 1987, 10-26

The Pinkerton and Jenkyns sisters: a literary source

for Cranford 2, 1988, 76-80

A Victorian version of the Fall: Mrs Gaskell's Cousin

Phillis and the domestication of myth

5, 1991, 37-50

Rose, Michael E.

book review 4, 1990, 95

Ruddick, Bill

book review 5, 1991, 84-5

George Du Maurier: illustrator and interpreter of

Mrs Gaskell 1, 1987, 48-70


Sanders, Andrew

book review 12, 1998, 61-3

A Crisis of liberalism in North and South

10, 1996, 42-52

Serialising Gaskell: from Household Words to The

Cornhill 14, 2000, 45-58

Varieties of religious experience in Sylvia's Lovers

6, 1992, 15-24

Sanders, Valerie

book reviews 17, 2003, 123-5; 25, 2011, 119-21

Harriet Martineau and Elizabeth Gaskell 16, 2002, 64-75

Secord, Anne

Elizabeth Gaskell and the Artisan Naturalists of Manchester 19, 2005, 34-51

Sharps, Heather

Elizabeth Gaskell and Sir James P Kay-Shuttleworth -

a literary relationship 11, 1997, 15-24

Sharps, John Geoffrey

book reviews 8, 1994, 120-22; 10, 1996, 113-14

'The Half-Brothers': a resurrectionist note

8, 1994, 111

A Presidential perspective: retrospective and

prospective 8, 1994, 123-5

Shattock, Joanne

The new Complete Edition of the works of Elizabeth Gaskell 19, 2005, 100-106

Women's work: Victorian women writers and the

press 14, 2000, 59-72

Shaw, Marion

book review 23, 2009, 71-3

Elizabeth Gaskell, Tennyson and the fatal return:

Sylvia's Lovers and Enoch Arden 9, 1995, 43-54

Sylvia’s Lovers, then and now 18, 2004, 37-49

Shelston, Alan

Alligators infesting the stream: Elizabeth Gaskell and

the USA 15, 2001, 53-63

book reviews 1, 1987, 71-2; 2, 1988, 103-4;

3, 1989, 81-2; 4, 1990, 92-3; 6, 1992, 79-81;

7, 1993, 80-82; 8, 1994, 113-15; 9, 1995, 81-3;

10, 1996, 105-7; 12, 1998, 67-8; 13, 1999, 125-7;

14, 2000, 115-18; 15, 2001, 79-82; 16, 2002,

128-30; 17, 2003, 113-15, 123; 19, 2005, 117-20;

20, 2006, 144-5; 22, 2008, 161-2; 23, 2009,

79-80; 25, 2011, 134-6

Education in the Life and Work of Elizabeth Gaskell

22, 2008, 56-71

Elizabeth Gaskell and the Crimean War 22, 2003,

54-63

Elizabeth Gaskell's Manchester (1) 3, 1989, 46-67

From Cranford to the Conspirators of Naples: Gaskell

and the Secret Society of the Camorra 25, 2011,

104-11

From Cranford to The Country of the Pointed Firs: Elizabeth Gaskell’s American publication and the works of Sarah Orne Jewett 17, 2003, 77-91

John Geoffrey Sharps (1936-2006): Obituary 20,

2006, 122-4

‘The Moorland Cottage’: Elizabeth Gaskell and Myles

Birket Foster 2,1988, 41-58

Opportunity and anxiety: Elizabeth Gaskell and the

development of the railway system 40, 2006,

91-101

Professor Francesco Marroni 17, 2003, 109

see also Brill, Barbara and Shelston, Alan; Chapple, John and Shelston, Alan

Silvey, Jane

book review 22, 2008, 166-9

It all began with Jane Eyre: the complex transatlantic web of women writers 19, 2005, 52-68

Skrine, Celia (editor)

Six Weeks at Heppenheim seen from Heppenheim

12, 1998, 55-8

Skrine, Peter

book review 24, 2010, 131-2

Elizabeth Gaskell and her German stories

12,1998, 1-13

Fanny Lewald and Mrs Gaskell 4, 1990, 52-6

Mrs Gaskell and Germany 7, 1993, 37-49

Goethe and Emerson in Elizabeth Gaskell’s Manchester 19, 2005, 69-85

Our links with French Gaskell scholars

13, 1999, 116-17

Slater, Rosalind

The Novelist's use of dialect 8, 1994, 87-97

Smith, Margaret

book review 15, 2001, 71-8

Mrs Gaskell as a humourist 4, 1990, 79-91

Smith, Muriel

Lines from Ludwig Uhland: a note 11, 1997, 103-4

Mr Hale and his conscience 9, 1995, 69-71

Smith, Valerie

Fact or fiction, the acid test: Gaskell, Mary Barton

and vitriol 12, 1998, 37-45

Smith, Walter E.

A trip to Scarborough and some letters: An informal

remembrance of John Geoffrey Sharps 22, 2008,

1-9

Four states of the printed endpapers in Mrs Gaskell's

Ruth 12, 1998, 51-4

Spencer, Jane

Mary Barton and Thomas Carlyle 2, 1988,1-12

Stiles, Peter

Calvin's encounter with Cinderella: vital antinomies

in Elizabeth Gaskell’s 'Curious If True' 12,

1998,14-20

Grace, redemption and the 'fallen woman': Ruth and

Tess of the D'Urbervilles 6, 1992, 58-66

Stolpa, Jennifer

What’s in a name: Echoes of biblical women in

Elizabeth Gaskell’s Ruth 18, 2004, 50-64

Stoneman, Patsy

Elizabeth Gaskell and 'maternal thinking' (1)

2, 1988, 81-92

Wives and Daughters on television 14, 2000, 85-100

Styler, Rebecca

book reviews 22, 2008, 172-4; 25, 2011, 221-3

‘Lois the Witch’: A Unitarian Tale 21, 2007, 73-85

Summers, Mary

book review 24, 2010, 132-5

Sutherland, Kathryn

book reviews 2, 1988, 99-101; 4, 1990, 93-5;

9, 1995, 80-81

Swenson, Kristine

Protection or restriction? Women's labour in Mary

Barton 7, 1993, 50-66

Swinden, Patrick

book review 14, 2000, 119-23


Tahira, Mariko

The translation of Elizabeth Gaskell’s short stories

and non-fiction writing into Japanese 23, 2009,

64-5

Thwaite, Mary

book review 8, 1994, 119

Elizabeth Gaskell and Italy 4, 1990, 57-63

Tillotson, Kathleen

Anne Thackeray Ritchie and Mary Barton 9, 1995, 71

Tollefson, Loretta Miles

‘Controlled Transgression’: Ruth’s Death and the

Unitarian Concept of Sin 25, 2011, 48-62

Tomaiuolo, Saverio

book review 18, 2004, 105-8

Toussaint-Thiriet, Benjamine

‘The Heart of John Middleton’: a pilgrim’s progress towards a new, feminized Christianity 18, 2004, 65-80

Twinn, Fran[ces]

book review 24, 2010, 145-7

Navigational pitfalls and topographical constraints in

Sylvia's Lovers 15, 2001, 38-52


Uffelman, Larry K.

Early Gaskell Scholars (5) Sanders and Northrup

20, 2006, 117-21

Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South: the novel in

progress 14, 2000, 73-84

From ‘Martha Preston’ to ‘Half a Life-Time Ago’:

Elizabeth Gaskell rewrites a story 17, 2003,

92-103

From serial to 'novel': Elizabeth Gaskell assembles

Round the Sofa 15, 2001, 30-37

To Cranford via Philadelphia 19, 2005, 86-95

Uglow, Jenny

book reviews 17, 2003, 119-21; 24, 2010, 137-9

Unsworth, Anna

Elizabeth Gaskell and German romanticism

8, 1994, 1-14

Ruskin and Cousin Phillis 10, 1996, 77-82

Some social themes in Wives and Daughters: (1):

Education, science and heredity 4, 1990, 40-51

Some social themes in Wives and Daughters: (2):

The social values of the 1860's and 'Old England'

compared 5, 1991, 51-61


Waters, Mary

Elizabeth Gaskell, Mary Wollstonecraft and the

conduct books; Mrs Gibson as the product of a

conventional education in Wives and Daughters

9, 1995, 13-20

Watkins, Anne

book review 24, 2010, 147-8

Watson, Dick

Heroes and Heroines in Sylvia’s Lovers 18, 2004, 81-94

Weyant, Nancy

book review 24, 2010, 142-5

Wheeler, Michael

Elizabeth Gaskell and Unitarianism 6, 1992, 25-41

Two tales of Manchester life 3, 1989,6-28

White, Rebecca

‘A Joke spoken in a rather sad tone’: Cranford,

humour, and Heidi Thomas’s television

adaptation 22, 2008, 45-60

Whitehead, Barbara

book reviews 8 1994, 120; 9, 1995, 83-5

Williams, Dewi

The Death of Willy Gaskell 13, 1999, 108-9

Williams, Elizabeth

book reviews 15, 2001, 92-4; 18, 2004, 112-13; 19,

2005, 113-14; 21, 2007, 114-15

The Visual Life of Elizabeth Gaskell: Tatsuhiro Ohno’s web site 19, 2005, 107

Williams, Victoria

Gaskell as Scheherazade: Fairytale themes in

Cousin Phillis and North and South 24, 2010,

100-114

Wilson, Anita C.

Elizabeth Gaskell’s subversive Icon: motherhood and

childhood in Ruth 16, 2002, 85-111

Mother and writer: a study of Elizabeth Gaskell's

diary 7, 1993, 67-79

Wiltshire, Irene

book reviews 11, 1997, 105-9; 16, 2002, 112-16

Wood, Sharon L.

book review 2, 1988, 102-3

Wright, Edgar

My Lady Ludlow: forms of social change and

forms of fiction (1) 3, 1989, 29-41

Wyatt, John

The Inoffensive Philanthropist, the way of humility in

North and South 20, 2006, 102-14

Wyke, Terry

The Culture of self improvement: real people in

Mary Barton 13, 1999, 85-103


Yallop, Jacqueline

book review 18, 2004, 108-12

Yamawaki, Yuriko

An early Gaskell scholar remembered. Professor Stanton Whitfield 18, 2004, 95-6

Gaskell studies in Japan 2, 1988, 96-7

Yan, Shu Chuan

Geography and working-class women in Mary Barton

and Sylvia’s Lovers 16, 2002, 76-84

Yarrow, P. J.

The Chronology of Cranford 1, 1987, 27-9

Mrs Gaskell and Newcastle upon Tyne

5, 1991, 62-73

Yarrow, Philip

Mrs Gaskell and France 7, 1993, 16-36

Mrs Gaskell and France: a postscript 15, 2001,

68-70

Yatsugi, Aya

Gaskell’s historical novels: Reactions to the period

24, 2010, 115-27


Zakreski, Patricia

book review 18, 2004, 99-101

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