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7, 1993, 68-9; 16, 2002,

87

Combination Acts, repeal of, 1824 24, 2010, 49

comedy see humour

commodity narratives

Cranford as 17, 2003, 39-46

common place books 11, 1997, 4, 13n4

‘Company Manners’ (article) 7, 1993, 18; 13, 1999,

15-19, 36; 14, 2000, 69; 23, 2009, 22

‘condition-of-England’ debate 16, 2002, 32-47; 17, 2003, 1-2, 38; 18, 2004, 88; 20, 2006, 105; 21, 2007,

1-2; 25, 2011, 116

in Mary Barton 16, 2001, 36, 37; 25, 2011, 8-16

in North and South 21, 2007, 3, 4, 18

conduct books 9, 1995, 14, 15, 19n10; 10, 1996, 20, 25nn8-9, 65; 11, 1997, 55; 18, 2004, 45

see also women’s education

conflict resolution 1, 1987, 10

in Elizabeth Gaskell’s life 1, 1987, 33

in Mary Barton 1, 1987, 10

in North and South 1, 1987, 10-11

in Wives and Daughters 1, 1987, 11

Connolly, Margaret 22, 2008, 40n41

conscience 20, 2006, 106

Elizabeth Gaskell on 16, 2002, 37

William Gaskell on 20, 2006, 106

conscription 42-3, 83, 85

press gang riots 16, 2002, 43; 18, 2004, 37, 38,

40-41, 83, 84, 88-9

Constable, Archibald 8, 1994, 79-80, 82, 84, 85

Sir Walter Scott and 8, 1994, 80-82

consumerism 17, 2003, 36

Contagious Diseases Act, repeal of 23, 2009, 52n19

Contemporary Review 14, 2000, 62

Conway, Moncure 5, 1991, 24

Cook, Eliza 19, 2005, 102; 25, 2011, 78, 79

Elizabeth Gaskell, correspondence with 20, 2006, 9

Eliza Cooke’s Journal 20, 2006, 9; 25, 2011, 79

Cooper, Anthony Ashley, 7th Earl of Shaftesbury 17, 2003, 5-6

Cooper, James Fenimore 19, 2005, 93

Copsey, A. J. 22, 2008, 9

copyright issues 9, 1995, 71; 17, 2003, 79; 19, 2005, 10;

20, 2006, 9, 36, 40, 42-3; 24, 2010, 64, 71n12; 25,

2011, 80

Corn Laws 5, 1991, 19; 24, 2010, 87, 98n10

Anti-Corn Law League 5, 1991, 16, 19, 20

Corney, John 24, 2010, 121

Cornhill Magazine 1, 1987, 49, 50, 51; 4, 1990, 47, 49;

12, 1998, 19n1; 14, 2000, 56-7; 18, 2004, 13n3, 39; 19, 2005, 1, 8; 20, 206, 29, 32, 37, 40, 42; 25, 2011,

86

aims 22, 2008, 22-3, 25

circulation 22, 2008, 25, 30

Wilkie Collins: Armadale published in 22, 2008,

29, 30

contents 22, 2008, 23, 24, 25-30

Cousin Phillis published in 1, 1987, 41, 49; 4, 1990,

58; 11, 1991, 25, 34; 14, 2000, 29, 57; 19, 2005,

26; 21, 2007, 65, 100

critical assessments of 22, 2008, 27, 28, 29

George Eliot: Romola published in 22, 2008, 50; 23,

2009, 37

finances 25, 2011, 85, 87n15

Elizabeth Gaskell published in 19, 2005, 102, 25,

2011, 84, 85

Elizabeth Gaskell’s obituary 14, 2000, 29-31, 57

gender issues in 22, 2008, 24, 26-30, 36

Frederick Greenwood as editor 22, 2008, 28

importance of 25, 2011, 84

price of 25, 2011, 84

readership 22, 2008, 22, 23, 24, 25, 30, 34, 37, 38

John Ruskin published in 10, 1996, 77

sales figures 25, 2011, 84

serial publications in 22, 2008, 29-30

short stories published in 7, 1993, 45; 12, 1998, 7,

14, 20

‘Six Weeks at Heppenheim’ published in 25, 2011,

88

George Smith as publisher 22, 2008, 22, 24, 25, 28,

29; 22, 2008, 22, 24, 25, 28, 29; 25, 2011, 84, 85

as socially progressive 22, 2008, 25-6, 28, 38

John Sutherland on 25, 2011, 85, 87n15

William Thackeray as editor 22, 2008, 24-5, 28, 29;

25, 2011, 81, 84

Wives and Daughters published in 1, 1987, 48,

49-52, 53, 55-8, 61-8; 4, 1990, 40; 21, 2007,

65; 22, 2008, 23, 24, 25, 27, 29, 30, 32

The Corn-Law Rhymer see Elliott, Ebenezer

Cornwall, Barry (pseud) see Procter, Bryan Waller

correspondence, as a biographical source 25, 2011, 100

see also individual correspondents; letter

writing

cotton industry 15, 2001, 56; 17, 2003, 4, 5-6, 10nn7-8

depression in 4, 1990, 60; 5, 1991, 52; 16, 2002, 43,

53; 17, 2003, 1, 4-5; 18, 2004, 41-2

Coultrap-McQuin, Susan see Cole, Eve Browning and

Coultrap-McQuin, Susan

country life see nature/natural life

Courtauld, Samuel 5, 1991, 20

Courtney, John 25, 2011, 5, 8

Jane Eyre, stage adaptation of 25, 2011, 5

Courtney, John: Mary Barton; or, A Tale of Manchester

Life (stage adaptation of Mary Barton) 25, 2011, 1-2,

5, 6, 7-16, 17n32

censorship of/amendments to 25, 2011, 7, 9-10, 15

characters/themes 25, 2011, 8-16

reviews, lack of 25, 2011, 8, 17n29

Cousin, Victor 7, 1993, 18

Madame de Sablé… 13, 1999, 16-17, 18; 14, 2000,

66

Cousin Phillis 21, 2007, 65; 22, 2008, 50; 25, 2011, 93

alternative ending 9, 1995, 45; 19, 2005, 9; 20, 2006,

37-8; 22, 2008, 66, 70n24; 24, 2010, 106, 119-20

the Bible/biblical allusions in 3, 1989, 72-5; 22,

2008, 65

characters/themes 1, 1987, 24n5, 41-2; 2, 1988, 32; 3, 1989, 39-40, 68-80; 4, 1990, 58; 5, 1991,

37-50, 53; 6, 1992, 9, 10; 8, 1994, 28-41; 9, 1995, 45; 10, 1996, 5-7, 79-82; 11, 1997, 34-40; 18, 2004, 37, 78; 19, 2005, 26-33; 20, 2006, 23, 32-3,

38, 93; 21, 2007, 66, 67, 70, 78; 22, 2008, 49-50,

51, 64-6; 23, 2009, 37, 38; 24, 2010, 101-6,

112-13, 119-20; 25, 2011, 91, 93, 96n13; 101

clerical life depicted in 23, 2009, 37

copyright of 20, 2006, 42-3

critical assessments of 1, 1987, 43-4; 3, 1989, 68-9; 5, 1991, 49n7; 14, 2000, 29, 30; 23, 2009, 37

Christian socialism depicted in 10, 1996, 79-82

death and illness depicted in 19, 2005, 26-7

Dante: Divine Comedy, influence of 10, 1996, 5-7

George Du Maurier’s illustrations 1, 1987, 49; 4, 1990, 63n4; 8, 1994, 41

Angus Easson’s edition 5, 1991, 14n8, 60n4; 6, 1992,

14n2; 8, 1994, 40n1; 20, 2006, 44n4

the fall of man depicted in 5, 1991, 37-8, 39-49

Elizabeth Gaskell on 19, 2005, 25

gender issues in 19, 2005, 27, 32

Italian translations 1, 1987, 41-2

Peter Keating’s edition 1, 1987, 25n8; 10, 1996, 14n12; 19, 2005, 33n3; 21, 2007, 85n13

learning/knowledge depicted in 3, 1989, 68-80

John Lucas on 5, 1991, 49n7

narrative voice 3, 1989, 69; 5, 1991, 39-40; 8, 1994, 28, 32; 10, 1996, 79-80; 19, 2005, 26, 28-30; 21,

2007, 78; 22, 2008, 65; 23, 2009, 26, 37; 24,

2010, 101-2, 103, 106; 25, 2011, 88, 90, 96n13

nature/natural life depicted in 5, 1991, 40-41, 45; 8, 1994, 37-8; 11, 1997, 35-6; 19, 2005, 27, 32-3;

22, 2008, 49-50, 51, 64-6

as a novella 19, 2005, 25, 26-33; 21, 2007, 78; 23,

2009, 36-7, 38

paganism in 19, 2005, 27

publication in Cornhill Magazine 1, 1987, 41, 49; 4, 1990, 58; 11, 1997, 25, 34; 14, 2000, 29, 57; 19, 2005, 26; 20, 2006, 32, 42; 21, 2007, 100

publication history 20, 2006, 36-7

railways/railway travel depicted in 21, 2007, 67, 70

as realistic 13, 1999, 8-9, 11, 12-13

religion depicted in 21, 2007, 78

John Ruskin: Unto This Last, influence of 10, 1996, 77-9

Thomas Seccombe’s edition 19, 2005, 5

secrecy as a theme in 8, 1994, 28-41

sexual behaviour in 24, 2010, 103, 104-5, 106, 112

Clement Shorter’s introduction 19, 2005, 9

Sleeping Beauty fairytale as theme in 20, 2004,

101-6, 112-13

Smith, Elder (1865) edition 19, 2005, 3

sources for 7, 1993, 31; 15, 2001, 70

style/structure 1, 1987, 41; 11, 1997, 34-40; 19,

2005, 27, 31-3

themes see characters/themes above

title page (second edition) 3, 1989, cover

Jenny Uglow on 19, 2005, 9

William Wordsworth’s influence on 22, 2008, 49

working class education depicted in 22, 2008, 64-6

writing of 20, 2006, 37-8

Cousin Phillis and Other Tales 20, 2006, 36

Coveney, Peter

The Image of Childhood… 16, 2002, 105

Coyier, Terry 21, 2007, 63n16, 64n46

Crabbe, George 9, 1995, 43, 48; 11, 1997, 47, 48

‘Ruth’ 14, 2000, 21; 18, 2004, 52-3; 24, 2010, 121

Tales of the Hall 18, 2004, 52

Craft-Fairchild, Catherine 24, 2010, 84

Craik, Mrs [Dinah Maria Mulock]

A Life for a Life 14, 2000, 18-19

The Woman’s Kingdom 10, 1996, 27

Craik, George L.

The Pursuit of Knowledge… 13, 1999, 85, 92

Craik, Wendy A. 16, 2002, 83n7; 22, 2008, 143n41;

23, 2009, 19

Elizabeth Gaskell and the English Provincial Novel

6, 1992, 4, 14; 8, 1994, 97n12; 10, 1996, 100n1;

13, 1999, 14n18; 15, 2001, 20n3, n5; 18, 2004,

22, 25, 34n67; 21, 2007, 50, 89n1, 90n8; 22,

2008, 124, 140n17; 23, 2009, 16; 24, 2010, 30;

25, 2011, 45n2

on Ruth 25, 2011, 30, 45n2

Cranford 1, 1987, 33; 19, 2005, 77

alternative ending 19, 2005, 98

America, popularity in 17, 2003, 83-5

American publication 17, 2003, 79, 84-5

as autobiographical 9, 1995, 21

the Bible/biblical allusions in 21, 2007, 40

Charlotte Brontë on 14, 2000, 29

Catholicism depicted in 20, 2006, 16

characters/themes 1, 1987, 10-29, 25n20, 42-3, 46n12, 77-80; 4, 1990, 85-90; 5, 1991, 32, 52, 67, 68; 7, 1993, 7-8, 17; 9, 1995, 23-5, 45; 10, 1996, 22; 11, 1997, 26-34, 40; 14, 2000, 4, 5-7, 28-9, 103-4; 15, 2001, 56; 17, 2003, 37, 39-49, 59, 79, 88; 18, 2004, 82; 19, 2005, 15, 69, 94; 20, 2006,

16, 55, 93; 21, 2007, 38-49; 22, 2008, 11-19, 58,

70n9, 146, 147, 148-51, 158; 23, 2009, 19, 20-23,

25-8, 29n6, 33-4; 24, 2010, 3, 10, 14, 33-7, 66-72,

75-9, 82; 25, 2011, 101

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

chronology of 1, 1987, 27-9

class distinction in 23, 2009, 20, 22, 23

clerical life depicted in 23, 2009, 33

as a collectivity narrative 17, 2003, 46-9

comedy in 23, 2009, 16-17, 18-19, 21-2, 29; 24,

2010, 32-3, 34-5, 44, 78

as a commodity narrative 17, 2003, 39-46

critical assessments of 1, 1987, 10, 11, 42-3; 11,

1993, 68; 14, 2000, 29; 16, 2002, 59; 22, 2008,

10, 12, 145, 159n3; 23, 2009, 16, 19, 21

cross-dressing depicted in 21, 2007, 43-4; 22, 2008,

17; 24, 2010, 75-9, 82

death/mourning depicted in 14, 2000, 4, 5-7; 19, 2005, 15; 24, 2010, 68, 69-70, 72n29

Charles Dickens and 19, 2005, 5; his changes to, in

Household Words 24, 2010, 66-72; Elizabeth

Gaskell’s annoyance at 24, 2010, 61; her

reversion of 24, 2010, 66

domestic life depicted in

dramatic adaptations 17, 2003, 84-5

editions of 16, 2002, 58; 19, 2005, 6-7; 23, 2009,

19-20; see also individual editors; publishing

history below

George Eliot on 23, 2009, 35

emotions depicted in 4, 1990, 74

feminist analyses of 17, 2003, 59, 73n2, 73nn4-5;

22, 2008, 10-19, 20n7, 20n11, 145, 159n3; 23,

2009, 17-19, 21, 22, 26-8, 29n6, 30n14, 30n19,

31n40

flowers depicted in 7, 1993, 7-8

John Forster and 22, 2008, 159n3

France depicted in 7, 1993, 17; 23, 2009, 22

French translation 7, 1993, 12-13

gardens/gardening depicted in 7, 1993, 12-13

Elizabeth Gaskell on 22, 2008, 145; 23, 2009, 21,

30n23

gender issues in 23, 2009, 16-19, 20, 22-3, 25,

30n14; 24, 2010, 75-6, 77, 78-9, 82; see also

women below

German allusions in 7, 1993, 40-41; 25, 2011, 95n5

heroism depicted in 18, 2004, 82

humour in 4, 1990, 83-90; 22, 2008, 16, 21n12,

145-52, 155, 158

importance of 1, 1987, 10

Italian translations 1, 1987, 42-3

Peter Keating’s edition 1, 1987, 25n8, 27, 29, 29n3; 4, 1990, 91n5; 17, 2003, 67, 75n50; 22, 2008,

147, 148, 150-51, 154, 159n6; 24, 2010, 68,

72n26

Borislav Knezevic on 19, 2005, 89

‘The Last Generation in England’ as precursor of 15,

2001, 62n4;
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