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24, 2010, 16n10, 16nn12-13, 16n33,

28n5, 57n12, 57n14, 58n35, 58n39, 59n42,

59n54, 83n1, 83nn8-9, 83n18, 119, 120n18, 121,

130nn1-4, 130n8; 25, 2011, 18n54, 45n1, 47n35,

61n5, 61nn10-11, 61n13, 61n17, 77, 78, 79, 81,

82, 83, 84, 85, 86n1, 102n7, 102n11, 102n13,

102nn17-21, 102, nn23-5, 102nn27-8,

103nn29-31, 103n33, 103nn35-8, 103nn41-8,

111n6, 113n1, 113n5, 118n2, 118n10

Chapple, John A. V. and Sharps, John Geoffrey

Elizabeth Gaskell: A Portrait in Letters 1, 1987, 9n12; 2, 1988, 42; 5, 1991, 71n4; 15, 2001, 68;

19, 2005, 99n7

Chapple, John A. V. and Shelston, Alan (editors)

Further Letters of Mrs Gaskell 13, 1999, 110-11; 15,

2001, 56, 57, 59, 60, 61, 62n1, 69, 70; 17, 2003, 74n17, 81, 90n8, 126; 19, 2005, 5, 9, 23n8, 84n12, 85n30, 102; 20, 2006, 13n13, 19, 22, 23,

13, 19, 25n18, 25n21, 26n35, 45nn20-22,

45nn31-2, 45n34, 46n50, 46n54, 91, 93; 21,

2007, 99n13, 103, 112, 113n2; 23, 2009, 14n9,

15n39, 39n10, 63n7, 63n12, 63nn19-20; 24, 2010,

1, 4, 6, 16nn14-17, 16n21, 126n23, 130n6, 130n9;

25, 2011, 85, 87n11, 102n7, 102n12, 102n14,

102n22, 102n26, 102n28, 103n34, 103nn36-7,

103n41, 103n44, 103n47, 112n2

Chapple, John A. V. and Wilson, Anita C. (editors)

Private Voices: The Diaries of Elizabeth Gaskell and

Sophia Holland 14, 2000, 34n13; 16, 2002,

109n9, 111n56; 21, 2007, 120n2; 25, 2011, 97-8,

102n8

see also My Diary…

charity/charitable works 6, 1992, 27; 11, 1997, 16; 12,

1998, 15; 14, 2000, 4; 16, 2002, 43, 53; 20, 2006,

86-7, 102-4, 113, 114n7

among prisoners 13, 1999, 90

depicted in North and South 20, 2006, 104-14

depicted in Ruth 13, 1999, 54-62

district visitors 20, 2006, 85, 90nn34-5

by Elizabeth Gaskell 19, 2005, 35-6, 49n5; 20, 2006,

104; 23, 2009, 43, 52n18

by Elizabeth Gaskell’s daughters 11, 1997, 62-3,

64-5

William Gaskell on 20, 2006, 102, 103-4, 106, 108,

109, 110-11, 113

gifts/giving 13, 1999, 60-65

for women 20, 2006, 113

working class education and 13, 1999, 88; scientific interests 19, 2005, 34, 35, 36, 39-40, 41, 44, 45

Chartier, Robert 24, 2010, 2, 3, 12, 17n47, 17n49

Chartism 12, 1998, 42; 13, 1999, 98; 19, 2005, 35; 20,

2006, 111; 21, 2007, 10; 25, 2011, 41

Samuel Bamford and 22, 2008, 97-8

Mary Barton as a Chartist novel 2, 1988, 1-11;

6, 1992, 42; 21, 2007, 10, 20, 25; 22, 2008, 96;

25, 2011, 10

Charvat, William

The Profession of Authorship in America 17, 2003, 90n2

Chatsworth House, Derbyshire, Elizabeth and Meta

Gaskell’s visit to 25, 2011, 112-13

Chaudhuri, Niraud Chandra

Scholar Extraordinary… 5, 1991, 60n3

Cheal, David

The Gift Economy 13, 1999, 59

Chekhov, Anton

‘An Artist’s Story’ 24, 2010, 34

Cheshire 15, 2001, 3

Elizabeth Gaskell in 15, 2001, 1

‘Cheshire Customs’ (childhood memories) 24, 2010,

118-19, 126n20

as source material for ‘The Last Generation in

England’ 24, 2010, 119

Chesterfield, Lord

Letters to His Son 9, 1995, 19n7

Chicago University 16, 2002, 51, 52, 53, 60

Child, Francis 1, 1987, 32, 35, 36, 37

Ballads 1, 1987, 36

child care

attitudes to 7, 1993, 67-9

Elizabeth Gaskell’s experience of 7, 1993, 67-79; 11, 1997, 55-65

publications on 7, 1993, 67-9, 76n3; 11, 1997, 55; 16,

2002, 87-8, 89, 96

see also maternal care

children

behaviour of 2, 1988, 87; 7, 1993, 71-2, 77nn6-7

in Cranford 1, 1987, 12-13, 18-19, 20, 23

deaf children, education of 24, 2010, 8

discipline for 7, 1993, 71-2, 77nn6-7; 16, 2002,

89-90, 91-2, 110n19

education of see education

Elizabeth Gaskell’ attitude to 1, 1987, 37; 2, 1988, 38; 4, 1990, 48; 6, 1992, 68; 7, 1993, 67-9, 77n9;

13, 1999, 75, 108-9; 16, 2002, 85-6, 93

illegitimate 25, 2011, 53

as motherless 20, 2006, 57-8

in My Lady Ludlow 10, 1996, 58

in North and South 22, 2008, 105

in Ruth 16, 2002, 85-7, 90, 91-2, 93-4, 95-111; 22,

2008, 45; 25, 2011, 34-5, 53

Victorian writers’ fascination with 24, 2010, 19-20,

28

working class see working class children

as writers see juvenilia

see also women, young

children, death/illness of 7, 1993, 74, 77n9; 8, 1994, 25;

9, 1995, 33, 34-5; 10, 1996, 84, 90n9; 13, 1999, 75,

108-9; 14, 2000, 2; 15, 2001, 60; 16, 2002, 66, 95-6,

97-8; 19, 2005, 20, 21; 20, 2006, 86; 22, 2008, 45,

55n11, 105-7; 23, 2009, 40-41, 43-4, 47, 48-50, 51

as a judgement 23, 2009, 41, 44, 49, 50

children’s games 18, 2004, 1, 9-11

children’s literature 16, 2002, 91-3

fairytales see fairytales

see also juvenilia

China

British relations with 17, 2003, 4-6, 7, 8, 10n6

Opium Wars 17, 2003, 4, 5-8, 10n6; 18, 2004, 19

Chittister, John

Job’s Daughters… 18, 2004, 63n25; 25, 2011,

76nn24-6

on male/female relationships 25, 2011, 72-3

The Story of Ruth… 18, 2004, 56, 63n27, 64n49

Chodorow, Nancy

The Reproduction of Mothering 2, 1988, 85-6, 87,

89-90; 21, 2007, 52

cholera epidemics 5, 1991, 63, 64; 23, 2009, 57

in the Crimea 23, 2009, 54, 55, 57

Chorley, Henry Fothergill 6, 1992, 73, 74, 75; 9, 1995,

41n5; 14, 2000, 31; 22, 2008, 81

Christ Church College, Canterbury

Gaskell collection 3, 1989, 42-5

Christian Observer 18, 2004, 78n7

Christian Socialism 4, 1990, 46; 8, 1994, 13; 10, 1996,

45, 78-82

see also religion

Christian values 23, 2009, 33-4, 36

as a literary theme 17, 2003, 50, 55-6, 57, 58n8

see also religion

Christie, J. H. 8, 1994, 84

Christmas publications 2, 1988, 41, 42-4; 14, 2000, 21;

25, 2011, 80, 83-4

‘Christmas Storms and Sunshine’ (short story) 2, 1988,

43-4; 14, 2000, 24, 25, 29

published in Howitt’s Journal 25, 2011, 77

see also The Sexton’s Hero and Christmas Storms and

Sunshine (1850)

Church of England see Anglicanism

circulating libraries 25, 2011, 79

Mudie’s 25, 2011, 2

Civil War see American Civil War; English Civil War

Clancy, Deidre 14, 2000, 100n7

Clare, Daphne 21, 2007, 2-3

Clark, Arthur Melville

Sir Walter Scott… 8, 1994, 47

Clark, James Freeman 19, 2005, 70-71

T&T Clark 8, 1994, 850

Clarke, James Stanier 24, 2010, 116

Jane Austen, correspondence with 24, 2010, 116

Clarke, Mary see Mohl, Mme Mary

Clarke, Patricia

Rosa! Rosa! … 18, 2004, 14n30

class conflict see social conflict

class distinction 2, 1988, 36-7; 6, 1992, 33-4; 8, 1994, 16-17; 10, 1996, 17-18, 22; 13, 1999, 89; 19, 2005, 35, 36, 37, 38, 40-41, 48-9; 22, 2008, 26; 23, 2009, 42;

25, 2011, 9, 10-11, 86

Samuel Bamford on 19, 2005, 45-6

in Cranford 23, 2009 20, 22, 23

in ‘A Dark Night’s Work’ 21, 2007, 66-7, 68

Catherine M. Kirkland on 19, 2005, 90-91

in ‘Libbie Marsh’s Three Eras’ 20, 2006, 74, 82, 85

in ‘Lois the Witch’ 24, 2010, 93-4

in Mary Barton 3, 1989, 4

in Morton Hall 24, 2010, 88, 90-91

in My Lady Ludlow 3, 1989, 33, 34; 10, 1996, 54-5

in North and South 16, 2002, 5, 6-7; 25, 2011, 20

Mary Shelley: Frankenstein as paradigm of 10, 1996, 83

social manners 16, 2002, 5, 6-7

in theatre audiences 25, 2011, 1, 2-3

in university education 22, 2008, 67

in Wives and Daughters 10, 1996, 92-101; 22, 2008,

37, 38

see also middle classes; social structure; working

classes

classical education 2, 1988, 21-2, 25-6, 27-8, 30, 32; 3,

1989, 69-70, 71, 72; 4, 1990, 45-6; 16, 2002, 17-18, 28n13; 22, 2008, 27, 33, 41n47, 58, 61-2, 65, 67, 68

see also education; public schools

classical literature 19, 2005, 27, 30

Claudius, Matthias 12, 1998, 12

Cleghorn, James 8, 1994, 42, 43, 45, 50, 83

Cleghorn, Robert 8, 1994, 42-3, 44, 53n16

clerical life 23, 2009, 32-9, 39n13

George Eliot on 23, 2009, 32, 33, 35; in Scenes

of Clerical Life 23, 2009, 35-6, 38-9

Elizabeth Gaskell on 23, 2009, 33-4, 36-9

Mrs Oliphant on 23, 2009, 38-9

Anthony Trollope on 23, 2009, 38

see also religion

Clive, Caroline

Paul Ferroll 19, 2005, 14

Why Paul Ferroll killed his wife 19, 2005, 15

Clive, John

Scotch Reviews 8, 1994, 86n8

Clopton, Charlotte 15, 2005, 17

‘Clopton House’ (article) 5, 1991, 1, 12, 75; 10, 1996, 30; 18, 2004, 8, 14n21; 19, 2005, 17

characters/themes 18, 2004, 8-9

Clopton Hall/House, Stratford-on-Avon 5, 1991, 1,

12-13; 25, 2011, 78

clothes see fashion/style

Clough, A. H. 1, 1987, 31; 6, 1992, 49

Coates, Thomas 22, 2008, 76, 77

Cobbett, William 5, 1991, 19; 7, 1993, 62

Cobden, Richard 10, 1996, 51; 22, 2008, 98; 23, 2009,

59-60

Cockburn, Henry 22, 2008, 78

Memorials of His Time 8, 1994, 85n4, 104

Coke, Thomas William, Earl of Leicester (Coke of Holkham) 17, 2003, 23

Colburn, Henry 22, 2008, 81

Colby, Robin B.

Some Appointed Work to Do 15, 2001, 20n3, 21n9

Cole, Eve Browning and Coultrap-McQuin, Susan

Explorations in Feminist Ethics … 22, 2008, 10-11

Cole, Henry

Charles Dickens, correspondence with 17, 2003, 49n21

Coleridge, Hartley 3

Coleridge, Sara 16, 2002, 88

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 4, 1990, 48; 6, 1992, 47; 8, 1994, 1, 5-6, 10; 10, 1996, 45, 78; 15, 2001, 9, 21,

2007, 101, 103; 22, 2008, 42, 74; 24, 2010, 19, 29

Biographia Literaria 4, 1990, 48; 8, 1994, 6

Elizabeth Gaskell on 22, 2008, 43; 23, 2009, 5

Elizabeth Gaskell, his influence on 22, 2008, 43; on

Mary Barton 22, 2008, 43; on Ruth 22, 2003,

43-4

‘The Pains of Sleep’ 22, 2008, 43

‘The Rime of the Ancient Mariner’ 10, 1996, 88, 91n4; 21, 2007, 81; 22, 2008, 43, 55n22

on Shakespeare 25, 2011, 21

collectivity narratives

Cranford as 17, 2003, 39-46

Colley, Linda

Britons… 18, 2004, 40-41, 43, 44-5

Collier, John 22, 2008, 99

Collin, Dorothy W. 11, 1997, 3; 14, 2000, 73; 24, 2010,

71n2

North and South edited by 4, 1990, 91n3; 22, 2008,

141n20, 141n25, 141n28

Collins, H. P. 16, 2002, 63n42

Collins, Wilkie 17, 2003, 90n7

Armadale published in Cornhill Magazine 22, 2008,

29, 30

on the Camorra 25, 2011, 104, 105

Charles Dickens and 22, 2008, 31

violent themes, use of 19, 2005, 14

The Woman in White 104, 105, 111n2; comparison

with ‘The Grey Woman’ 24, 2010, 81, 84n23

Collins, William 8, 1994, 85

Colloms, Brenda 8, 1994, 40n3

Collyer, Ann (née Longbottom) (Mrs Robert Collyer II)

22, 2008, 90, 94n21

Collyer, Harriet (Mrs Samuel Collyer) (Robert Collyer’s

mother) 22, 2008, 89, 90

Collyer, Harriet (née Watson) (Mrs Robert Collyer I)

22, 2008, 90

Collyer [Collier], Robert 22, 2008, 89

in American Civil War 22, 2008, 91

career 22, 2008, 89-91

death 22, 2008, 93

emigration to US 22, 2008, 90

family 22, 2008, 89, 90, 94n21

Elizabeth Gaskell, visit to 22, 2008, 86, 88, 91,

94n28

Edward Everett Hale and 22, 2008, 91, 92

his health 22, 2008, 91

on Life of Charlotte Brontë 22, 2008, 91-2

as a Methodist 22, 2008, 90

as a Unitarian minister 22, 2008, 86, 89, 90-91, 92-3;

as preacher at Cross Street Chapel 22, 2008, 91

Collyer, Samuel (Robert Collyer’s father) 22, 2008, 89

Collyer, Samuel (Robert Collyer’s son) 22, 2008, 90,

94n21

colonialism see imperial expansion

Coltman, Sarah 5, 1991, 8

Combe, Andrew

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