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19, 2005, 45-6

correspondence 22, 2008, 97; see also individual

correspondents

criticism of/attacks on 22, 2008, 107, 108

death 22, 2008, 97, 98

The Dialect of South Lancashire 22, 2008, 98, 100,

108; second edition 22, 2008, 109

his Diary 22, 2008, 115n68, 115n71

Charles Dickens on 22, 2008, 98

Early Days 22, 2008, 98, 102, 107-8

John Forster and 22, 2008, 97, 108-9, 111n8

Elizabeth Gaskell, correspondence with 20, 2006, 7;

22, 2008, 103, 107

Elizabeth Gaskell and 22, 2008, 99, 101-7, 109

Elizabeth Gaskell’s use of his poetry 20, 2006, 73,

88n3

William Gaskell and 22, 2008, 100, 101, 113n31

The Ghost of Tim Bobbin (anon. satire on Bamford

attrib. to George Richardson) 22, 2008, 108,

115n68

‘God help the poor’ 2, 1988, 5; 3, 1989, 18-19; 10,

1996, 36; 11, 1997, 50-51; 13, 1999, 89; 20,

2006, 73; 22, 2008, 96, 97, 99, 107

John Harland, correspondence with 22, 2008, 100,

108

Homely Rhymes 10, 1996, 35-6

Hours in the Bowers 10, 1996, 35; 22, 2008, 99

William Howitt and 22, 2008, 99, 112n17; in his

A Man of the People 22, 2008, 112n17

imprisonment 22, 2008, 97, 106, 110

as a journalist 22, 2008, 97, 98, 109

‘Lament for my Daughter’ 22, 2008, 105-6

on the Lancashire dialect 22, 2008, 98, 100, 101, 108,

109, 112n24

life 22, 2008, 97-8, 104, 111n6, 113n38

in London, working for Inland Revenue 22, 2008, 98,

106, 108-9, 110

on Mary Barton 19, 2005, 46; 20, 2006, 7; 22, 2008,

103, 105, 108

Mary Barton, his poetry quoted in 20, 2006, 73; 22,

2008, 96, 97, 107

Mary Barton, his poetry quoted in 22, 2008, 96, 97,

107

Mary Barton, his role in 22, 2008, 96-7, 99, 100-101,

102, 107, 109-11

Miscellaneous Poetry 10, 1996, 35

as a parish constable 22, 2008, 107

Passages in the Life of a Radical 2, 1988, 4-5; 13, 1999, 89, 101n19; 19, 2005, 50n28; 22, 2008, 63,

97-8, 101-2, 110; William Henry Brockett’s copy

22, 2008, 111n7

Poems 22, 2008, 98, 113n52

as a poet 22, 2008, 97, 99, 112n19

as a radical 22, 2008, 97, 98, 110-11

‘A Scene in North Lancashire’ 22, 2008, 110

Samuel Smiles on 22, 2008, 112n17

testimonial fund for 22, 2008, 98, 108, 115n68

‘Tim Bobbin’s grave’ 22, 2008, 99

The Traveller (unfinished novel) 22, 2008, 98

‘The Two Judgments’ 19, 2005, 45-6

Walks in South Lancashire 19, 2005, 50n35; 22,

2008, 98, 110

working class settings, use of 20, 2006, 73, 74

bank holidays 3, 1989, 58

Banks, Isabella 4, 1990, 48

Banks-Smith, Nancy 14, 2000, 94, 98

Barbauld, Anna Laetitia 25, 2011, 60

Barford see Byerley’s school, Barford

Baring, Lady Harriet 19, 2005, 70

Barker, Juliet

The Brontës 11, 1997, 3, 13nn4-5; 16, 2002, 75n22;

20, 2006, 25n8, 26n23

Barlow, Linda 21, 2007, 7-8, 9, 12

Barnard, Robert

book review 17, 2003, 121-2

Barreca, Regina

Untamed and Unabashed 24, 2010, 33, 44

Barrell, John

The Idea of Landscape… 7, 1993, 15n13

Barrett, Elizabeth see Browning, Elizabeth Barrett

Barthes, Roland 14, 2000, 86, 90; 21, 2007, 24

Bartholomew, Michael 21, 2007, 85n12

Bartholomes (publisher) 8, 1994, 85

Basch, Françoise

Relative Creatures … 2, 1988, 82; 11, 1997, 69; 18, 2004, 33n30, 35n80; 21, 2007, 90n10; 23, 2009,

51n13

Bataille, George

Visions of Excess 13, 1999, 56, 64, 65

battered women see domestic violence

Baxter, Richard 10, 1996, 45

Baym, Nina 11, 1997, 55

Woman’s Fiction… 19, 2005, 54

Beach, John 5, 1991, 6

Beadle and Company, New York (publishers) 17, 2003, 81-2

Beard, Rev’d John Relly 20, 2006, 24

The Confessional… 27n40

beauty

John Ruskin on 13, 1999, 2, 5, 14n7

Beazley, Elisabeth

Maddocks and the Wonder of Wales 13, 1999, 83n11

Bede, Cuthbert

The Adventures of Mr Verdant Green 22, 2008,

71n27

Beeching, Jack

The Chinese Opium Wars 17, 2003, 10nn6-7

Beer, Gillian

Darwin’s Plots… 16, 2002, 14, 19-20

Beeton, Isabella 22, 2008, 22, 30

Belgravia Magazine

[Mary] Elizabeth Braddon as editor 21, 2007, 100,

101

Bell, A. S. 19, 2005, 99n9

Bell, Alan

Sydney Smith 1, 1987, 2

Bell, Acton see Brontë, Anne

Bell, Currer see Brontë, Charlotte

Bell, Ellis see Brontë, Emily

George Bell (publisher) 19, 2005, 5

Bell, Vanessa (née Stephen) 18, 2004, 10

Belloc, Louise 19, 2005, 98

Bell’s Weekly Messenger 25, 2011, 12, 18nn35-9

Belsham, Thomas 8, 1994, 7; 15 2001, 4

Benedetti, Jean

Gilles de Rais… 12, 1998, 27n8

benevolence see charity/charitable works

Bentley (publisher) 14, 2000, 15-16, 17

Bentley, Eric

The Life of the Drama 11, 1987, 85n13

Bentley’s Miscellany

Katharine Thompson published in 22, 2008, 79,

83n6, 85n23, 85n25

Berardi, Rosario 1, 1987, 44

Bergerm John

Ways of Seeing 22, 2008, 21n16

Berridge, Virginia

Opium and the People … 17, 2003, 11n12

Bersani, Leo

The Freudian Body 25, 2011, 47n33

on masochism 25, 2011, 41, 43, 47n33

Berwick, Stephen (pseud.) 2, 1988, 9

‘Bessy’s Troubles at Home’ (short story) 18, 2004, 79n13; 20, 2006, 34; 25, 2011, 82-3

Bewick, Thomas 1, 1987, 48; 2, 1988, 48

the Bible/biblical allusions 3, 1989, 33; 20, 2006, 33-4,

86; 22, 2008, 52, 65, 110

Samuel Bamford on 22, 2008, 110

in Cousin Phillis 3, 1989, 72-5; 22, 2008, 65

in Cranford 21, 2007, 40

in ‘The Heart of John Middleton’ 18, 2004, 73-4

in ‘Lois the Witch’ 21, 2007, 80, 101

in Mary Barton 2, 1988, 14, 15, 16-17, 21, 29; 6, 1992, 32, 35-6; 8, 1994, 11; 13, 1999, 90

in North and South 2, 1998, 22-3, 29; 25, 2011, 28

in Ruth 6, 1992, 36-9, 58; 18, 2004, 50-51, 53, 54-5, 60; 21, 2007, 89; 25, 2011, 57-8, 59, 74

in Sylvia’s Lovers 6, 1992, 20-22

typological study of 18, 2004, 72

‘bible women’ movement 25, 2011, 63, 76n1

Biblical criticism 8, 1994, 5, 6, 7

Biblical names

in Ruth 18, 2004, 50-64

Bick, Susan 23, 2009, 40, 49, 51n8

binding(s) see publishing/printing

Bingley, Rev’d W. 13, 1999, 79, 83n8

Binney, Edward 13, 1999, 87-8, 101n14; 19, 2005, 34, 39, 40, 41, 45, 46

biography

female autobiography 14, 2000, 1-3

Elizabeth Gaskell’s interest in 14, 2000, 19

as male dominated 14, 2000, 1

writing of 11, 1997, 1-3; 19, 2005, 56

biological laws 17, 2003, 15, 17-18

see also evolutionary theory

bipolar disorder 21, 2007, 54, 57, 60

see also nervous disorders

Birrell, Augustine

Life of Charlotte Brontë 19, 2005, 99n8

Black Dwarf (newspaper) 22, 2008, 99

Blackie & Son 8, 1994, 85

Blackwood, John

as George Eliot’s publisher 14, 2000, 62, 64, 67, 69;

23, 2009, 32

as Margaret Oliphant’s publisher 14, 2000, 67, 69

Blackwood, William 8, 1994, 46-7, 55, 81, 82-4

George Eliot, correspondence with 23, 2009, 35

William Stevenson, correspondence with 1, 1987, 2-3

Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 22, 2008, 25, 29

George Eliot: Scenes of Clerical Life published in 23,

2009, 32

Blackwood’s Magazine 1, 1987, 2-8; 5, 1991, 29; 7, 1993, 76n1; 8, 1994, 68n4, 83; 18, 2004, 12; 22, 2008,

28

Africa, map of, published in 8, 1994, 58, 59

anonymous articles in 8, 1994, 56

Brontë family and 8, 1994, 54-69

Eliot: Scenes of Clerical Life published in 14, 2000, 66

James Hogg and 8, 1994, 54, 55, 56, 67, 70, 72

Margaret Oliphants’s articles in 14, 2000, 61, 62, 63, 65

William Stevenson’s articles in 1, 1987, 2, 3, 4, 5; 8,

1994, 49, 51

travel writing in 8, 1994, 58, 59, 60, 68n8

Blake, William 6, 1992, 33; 18, 2004, 2; 22, 2008, 47

Blamires, David

Johannes Tauler: The Book of the Perfect Life, translated by 19, 2005, 85n27

Blanchard, Paula

Sarah Orne Jewett … 17, 2003, 86, 91n20

Bloomer, Amelia 24, 2010, 74-5, 83n10

Bloomfield, B. C. 11, 1997, 23n1

Bloomsbury School of Art 5, 1991, 19

blue book see the census

the Bluebeard story 20, 2006, 32, 45n16, 49

Blumenbach, Johann Friedrich 16, 2002, 31

Blythe, Ronald

Austen: Emma edited by 4, 1990, 91n7

boarding schools 22, 2008, 57, 58

see also education

Bobbin, Tim 22, 2008, 99

‘Tummus and Meary’ 22, 2008, 108

Boccaccio

Decameron 19, 2005, 25

Bock, Carol

Charlotte Brontë… 8, 1994, 69n23

Bodenheimer, Rosemarie 21, 2007, 22, 37n12

The Politics of Story in Victorian Social Fiction 18,

2004, 31n5, 35n71; 21, 2007, 2, 19n6, 19n11;

21, 2007, 89n1, 90n1; 22, 2008 140n18, 141n21,

143nn44-5, 143n48

Bodichon, Barbara Leigh (Mrs Eugene Bodichon) see

Smith, Barbara Leigh

Bodichon, Dr Eugene 5, 1991, 22-3; 15, 2001, 54

the body

attitudes to 14, 2000, 26-9

Boggs, W. Arthur 6, 1992, 39n1, n8

Bolam, C. Gordon et al.

The English Presbyterians 15, 2001, 12n3

Bolton, Philip: Women Writers Dramatised 25, 2011,

17n30

Bonaparte, Felicia

The Gypsy-Bachelor of Manchester… 12, 1998, 20n7; 16, 2002, 28n29, 83n5, 105; 18, 2004, 35n78, 53, 62n1, 63n7; 21, 2007, 63n7

on Wives and Daughters 21, 2007, 63n7

Bonheur, Rosa 7, 1993, 18; 24, 2010, 73

book prices 13, 1999, 95, 102n46; 14, 2000, 15

book reviews 5, 1991, 29-30; 7, 1993, 43; 10, 1996, 84;

14, 2000, 16

average payment for 14, 2000, 67

see also journalists/journalism; literary

journals/reviews

Booker, John

Memorials of the Church in Prestwich 3, 1989, 27n6

Booth, W. C.

The Rhetoric of Fiction 22, 2008, 116

Booth, William

In Darkest England 6, 1992, 33

borderline personality disorder (BPD)

bipolar disorder and 21, 2007, 54

causes 21, 2007, 54-5

definition 21, 2007, 53

depicted in Wives and Daughters 21, 2007, 52-61

symptoms 21, 2007, 53-4, 55-61; financial

irresponsibility 21, 2007, 60-61; mind-reading

21, 2007, 59

Borelli, Ada 1, 1987, 44

Borghi, Liana M. and Camporesi, Cristiano

L’etica sociale nell’eta vittoriana 1, 1987, 44

Bosanquet, Charles (‘Bosie’) 14, 2000, 15, 22n4; 23,

2009, 5

Elizabeth Gaskell, correspondence with 14, 2000, 15;

15, 2001, 39; 20, 2006, 2

Bostridge, Mark

Florence Nightingale … 23, 2009, 59

Boswell, James

Life of Samuel Johnson 11, 1997, 7; edited by George Birkbeck Hill 18, 2003, 3

botany

amateur interest in 7, 1993, 10-11; 13, 1999, 86-8; 19, 2005, 41-2, 43

see also evolutionary theory

Botting, Fred

Gothic 20, 2006, 59n3

Boucicault, Dion: The Long Strike (stage adaptation of

Mary Barton) 25, 2011, 1, 3, 8, 10, 13-16

characters/themes 25, 2011, 13-16

critical assessments/reviews 25, 2011, 1, 14, 16n1,

18nn44-8, 18n52

Charles Dickens as script advisor 25, 2011, 1

Bourdieu, Pierre

The Field of Cultural Production 14, 2000, 34n12

Bowen, John 22, 2008, 153, 159n10, 159n22,

160nn25-6

Bowles, Caroline

Tales of the Factories 2, 1989, 25

Bradbury, Malcolm

Dangerous Pilgrimages… 15, 2001, 62n2

Bradbury and Evans (publishers) 20, 2006, 29; 25, 2011,

80

Braddon, [Mary] Elizabeth

as editor, Belgravia Magazine 21, 2007, 100, 101

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