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19, 2005, 86, 89; 22, 2008, 155

marriage depicted in 1, 1987, 21-2; 21, 2007, 39,

46-7

Harriet Martineau on 16, 2002, 68

men depicted in 1, 1987, 11-24; 9, 1995, 55, 61-4; 11, 1997, 32; 21, 2007, 39-40, 41-2, 43-4, 47; 22,

2008, 13, 16, 17, 21n15; 23, 2009, 18, 19-20

‘Mr Harrison’s Confession’ as precursor of 12, 1998,

28, 34

narrative voice 1, 1987, 14; 4, 1990, 85-7; 14, 2000, 6; 15, 2001, 56; 17, 2003, 34; 21, 2007, 39, 41;

22, 2008, 11-12, 13-14, 18-19, 20nn10-12, 21n15,

70n9; 23, 2009, 17, 18, 19, 20, 26-9, 30n7, 31n40;

nature/natural life depicted in 11, 1997, 27-8

Newcastle depicted in 5, 1991, 68

Bertha Newcombe’s illustrations 17, 2003, cover

Charles Eliot Norton on 17, 2003, 85

‘Our Society at Cranford’ as precursor of 19, 2005, 86, 89

as a provincial novel 23, 2009, 16

publication in Household Words 1, 1987, 28-9; 3, 1989, 29; 4, 1990, 88; 11, 1997, 25, 26, 29, 30, 31, 34, 41n6; 14, 2000, 48-50; 17, 2003, 34; 19,

2005, 5, 69, 86; 21, 2007, 48; 22, 2008, 145; 23,

2009, 33; 24, 2010, 61, 71n1

publishing history 17, 2003, 39; 19, 2005, 11; see also editions of above

as a radical novel 23, 2009, 16-17, 18-31

return from the dead depicted in 20, 2006, 55

Ernest Rhys’s introduction 19, 2005, 6-7

Anne Thackeray Ritchie’s Preface 1, 1987, 4; 14, 2000, 33-4; 19, 2005, 6; 23, 2009, 30n17

Hilary Schor on 19, 2005, 89; 23, 2009, 22, 26,

31n40

sexual conflict in 1, 1987, 11-24

Clement Shorter’s introduction 19, 2005, 6

sources for 2, 1988, 76-80

style/structure 3, 1989, 30; 4, 1990, 89; 11, 1997,

26-34, 40; 22, 2008, 146-7, 155; 23, 2009, 16-17,

29n1

television adaptation 22, 2008, 145, 146, 149, 151-2,

153, 154-8

William Thackeray: Vanity Fair and 2, 1988, 76-80

themes see characters/themes above

Hugh Thomson’s illustrations 17, 2003, 43, 85; 23,

2009, 19-20, 25, 25

A. W. Ward’s edition 17, 2003, 85

Elizabeth Porges Watson’s edition 1, 1987, 27, 29; 4, 1990, 78n12; 5, 1991, 36n5; 9, 1995, 65n4; 21,

2007, 49n6; 23, 2009, 29n9

women depicted in 17, 2003, 59-60, 66-8; 21,

2007, 38-41; 22, 2008, 10-19, 145-54, 155, 156,

158; single women 23, 2009, 21-3, 25, 27-9,

31n41; see also gender issues above

craniology 16, 2002, 33-4

Creech, William 8, 1994, 77, 78, 79

Crick, Brian, on Mary Barton 21, 2007, 92, 93

Crimean War, 1854-6 14, 2000, 18; 23, 2009, 24, 25

criticism of/opposition to 23, 2009, 55-6; in

Manchester 23, 2009, 59-60; see also reaction

to below

ending of 23, 2009, 60-61

Charles Dickens on 23, 2009, 55

Elizabeth Gaskell and 23, 2009, 54-63; in her novels

23, 2009, 56-7

William Gaskell on 23, 2009, 61-2, 63n23

losses in 23, 2009, 55, 57, 61; from cholera 23,

2009, 54, 55, 57

as a modern war 23, 2009, 54, 55

newspaper reports on 23, 2009, 54, 55-6; by W. H.

Russell 25, 2011, 112

patriotism during 23, 2009, 60-61

reaction to 23, 2009, 54, 55, 60, 62; from working

classes 23, 2009, 60-61; see also criticism of

above

The Critic of Literature… (journal) 14, 2000, 69; 19, 2005, 55

Crompton, Charles (Florence Gaskell’s husband) 11, 1997, 63-4; 20, 2006, 23; 22, 2008, 66

‘The Crooked Branch’ (short story) 20, 2006, 5-6, 30

author’s manuscript 20, 2006, 5, 38-9

characters/themes 20, 2006, 31, 34, 38-9, 55; 22,

2008, 58

publication in All the Year Round 25, 2011, 83-4

publication history 20, 2006, 39-40

Croskery, Margaret Case 22, 2008, 18, 19n1,

20nn10-11; 23, 2009, 16, 26

Cross, J. W. 14, 2000, 59

Cross Street Chapel see Manchester, Cross Street Chapel

cross-dressing 9, 1995, 23-4; 14, 2000, 5-6; 20, 2006,

32, 34; 24, 2010, 73, 83nn4-5

in Charlotte Brontë’s fiction 24, 2010, 73

in Cranford 21, 2007, 43-4; 22, 2008, 17; 24, 2010,

75-9, 82

Elizabeth Gaskell on 24, 2010, 74-5

in ‘The Grey Woman’ 24, 2010, 79-82

see also gender issues

Crowe, Catherine: Susan Hopley …, stage adaptation by

George Dibdin Pitt 25, 2011, 5, 7, 13, 18nn40-41

‘Crowley Castle’ (short story) 19, 2005, 19; 20, 2006,

30-31

author’s manuscript 20, 2006, 39

characters/themes 20, 2006, 39, 54-5; 21, 2007, 101

gothic themes 20, 2006, 54-5

Crowther, James 13, 1999, 85, 87-8, 100nn10-11; 19,

2005, 39, 42, 43, 44, 50n31

Cruikshank, George 25, 2011, 7

Crystal Palace, London 17, 2003, 35-6, 37, 38

Cuba 24, 2010, 15

Culross, Jack L., on Mary Barton 21, 2007, 92, 93

cultural community concept 20, 2006, 8

‘The Cumberland Beggar’ (anon. poem) 8, 1994, 10

‘Cumberland Sheep-Shearers’ (article) 5, 1991, 56; 14, 2000, 69; 16, 2002, 36; 23, 2009, 7-8, 9, 10

Cummins, Maria Susanna

Mabel Vaughan 19, 2005, 10; Elizabeth Gaskell’s introduction 19, 2005, 9-10; 20, 2006, 9

Cundall, H. M.

The Life and Work of Birket Foster 2, 1988, 55n1

Cunningham, Rev’d John

The Velvet Cushion 18, 2004, 78n6

Cunningham, Phyllis and Lucas, Catherine

Costume for births, marriages and death 14, 2000, 13n19

Cunningham, Valentine 14, 2000, 70

‘Curious, If True’ (short story) 7, 1993, 28-9; 20, 2006,

36, 49; 24, 2010, 100

Angus Easson’s edition 12, 1998, 26n4

as a fantasy 7, 1993, 30; 12, 1998, 14-20, 21-7

Curtis, George William 1, 1987, 33, 37

Curtis, Simon 22, 2008, 146

Cuvier, Georges 16, 2002, 16; 17, 2003, 25


d’Albertis, Deidre 22, 2008, 24

Dissembling fictions… 14, 2000, 4; 17, 2003, 10n2; 18, 2004, 32n6, 32n9, 34n51, 34n53, 35n77, 36n90, 62n1, 85, 88; 22, 2008, 39n8, 41n50, 147

D’Amico, Diane 9, 1995, 28

Dabbs, Rosemary Trevor 20, 2006, 26n38

Daiches, David (editor)

A Companion to Scottish Culture 8, 1994, 85n2

Daily News 5, 1991, 19; 16, 2002, 72, 73, 84n14

Dale, Rev’d Henry 12, 1998, 9

Dallas, E. S. 21, 207, 103

Dalton, John 4, 1990, 47

Daly, Macdonald

Mary Barton edited by 21, 2007, 37n1, 37n17, 92, 93

Dalzell, Andrew

Collectanea Graeca Major, William Stevenson’s

review of 1, 1987, 1

Dalziel Brothers (engravers) 1, 1987, 49

damnation see eternal punishment

dances/balls 13, 1999, 92, 93

Dante Alighieri 4, 1990, 57, 59; 5, 1991, 43

Thomas Carlyle, influence on 10, 1996, 2-4; 4,

1990, 57, 58; 18, 2004, 87

Divine Comedy 10, 1996, 3-13; 18, 2004, 85; 25,

2011, 24, 28, 29n5; Inferno 3, 1989, 70, 71, 78;

10, 1996, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 50; Paradiso 4, 1990,

57; 10, 1996, 3, 9, 10, 15; Purgatorio 10, 1996,

3

Elizabeth Gaskell, influence on 9, 1995, 1, 4-11; 18, 2004, 85

Charles Eliot Norton on 21, 2007, 102

Vita Nuova 4, 1990, 58; 10, 1996, 11; 15, 2001, 55;

25, 2011, 29n5

see also Italian literature

Darbishire, Marianne

Elizabeth Gaskell, correspondence with 3, 1989, 6, 7

Darbishire, Robert 24, 2010, 74

Darbyshire, Mary (Mrs Samuel Darbyshire) 6, 1992, 49

Darbyshire, Samuel 6, 1992, 49

‘A Dark Night’s Work’ (short story) 1, 1987, 36, 53; 4, 1990, 58-9; 8, 1994, 26n10; 12, 1998, 6; 17, 2003, 81, 82, 90n10; 20, 2006, 33; 21, 2007, 65-72; 25, 2011,

85, 106

analogy used in 21, 2007, 67

characters/themes 4, 1990, 59; 10, 1996, 7-9; 15, 2001, 58; 16, 2002, 57; 19, 2005, 15-16; 20,

2006, 33, 93; 21, 2007, 65-6, 67, 68-71, 71n8,

72n10; 23, 2009, 37-8; 25, 2011, 101, 110

class distinction depicted in 21, 2007, 66-7, 68, 70

clerical life depicted in 23, 2009, 37-8

critical assessments of 23, 2009, 37

Dante: Divine Comedy, influence of 10, 1996, 7-9

Charles Dickens and 21, 2007, 65; 23, 2009, 39n12

George Du Maurier’s illustrations 53, 69

egoism depicted in 21, 2007, 65, 66

gender issues in 21, 2007, 66

Graham Handley on 19, 2005, 10

narrative voice 21, 2007, 69

as a novella 21, 2007, 65; 23, 2009, 36-7, 38

publication history 20, 2006, 35, 40; 21, 2007, 65

railways/railway travel depicted in 21, 2007, 67

‘saving lie’ concept in 21, 2007, 67-8

as sensation literature 21, 2007, 65, 67

Clement Shorter on 19, 2005, 10

style/structure 21, 2007, 71

writing of 20, 2007, 65

Darling, Grace 18, 2004, 92

Davis, Jim 25, 2011, 17n14, 18n42

Darwin, Charles 4, 1990, 47; 14, 2000, 88; 17, 2003, 12, 13, 20, 21, 31n1; 21, 2007, 98; 22, 2008, 41n49

Autobiography and Selected Letters 16, 2002, 28n11, n13

‘A Biographical Sketch of an Infant’ 4, 1990, 51n10

at Cambridge University 22, 2008, 67-8

on Robert Chambers: Vestiges … 17, 2003, 14

Charles Darwin and T. H. Huxley: Autobiographies,

ed. Gavin de Beer 22, 2008, 67-8, 71n29

evolutionary theory 9, 1995, 46-7; 16, 2002, 14-28;

17, 2003, 12-33

Elizabeth Gaskell, meetings with 16, 2002, 14-15

Elizabeth Gaskell, relationship to 16, 2002, 14, 15,

30; 22, 2008, 67, 71n28

Henry Holland, correspondence with 16, 2002, 14

On the Origin of Species… 4, 1990, 51n10; 16, 2002, 14, 17, 19, 20, 23, 28n12, 29n27, 45-6; 17, 2003, 12, 22, 25, 26, 28; 18, 2004, 44

Wives and Daughters, Darwin as model for Roger

Hamley 22, 2008, 67, 68

Darwin, Erasmus (Charles Darwin’s brother) 6, 1992,

46-7; 17, 2003, 13; 21, 2007, 96-7, 98

Zoonomia … 17, 2003, 3

Darwin, Francis (editor)

The Autobiography of Charles Darwin and Selected Letters 16, 2002, 28n11, n13

David, Deidre 22, 2008, 141n23

Fictions of Resolution in Three Victorian Novels …

2, 1988, 82; 21, 2007, 2, 10-11, 14, 15

Davidoff, Leonore and Hall, Catherine

Family Fortunes… 12, 1998, 30

Davidson, Hilda Ellis 24, 2010, 108

Davies, Andrew

Wives and Daughters, television adaptation 14, 2000,

cover, 85-100

Davies Emily 14, 2000, 59

Davis, Deanna L. 23, 2009, 18

Davis, William 25, 2011, 12

Davy, Humphry 17, 2003, 15

Davy family (of Lesketh How) 23, 2009, 5

Dawkins, Richard

The Selfish Gene 23, 2009, 30n25

Dawson, George 6, 1992, 54-5; 19, 2005, 43

The Demands of the Age… 6, 1992, 57n21

Daybell, James (ed.)

Early Modern Women’s Letter Writing 24, 2010,

13, 17n57

de Beer, Gavin

Charles Darwin and T. H. Huxley: Autobiographies,

ed. by 22, 2008, 67-8, 71n29

de la Tour, Charlotte

Le Langage des Fleurs 7, 1993, 1-7

de Lafayette, Mme

La Princesse de Clèves 7, 1993, 31-2

De Quincey, Thomas 8, 1994, 83-4; 17, 2003, 4; 21,

2007, 103; 23, 2009, 5

Confessions of an English Opium Eater 17, 2003, 9

de Sablé, Mme

Victor Cousin on 13, 1999, 16-17, 18; 14, 2000, 66

Elizabeth Gaskell on 7, 1993, 18; 13, 1999, 15-19

De Sanctis, Francesco 10, 1996, 4

de Saussure, Albertine Necker

Sur l’Education Progressive 7, 1993, 68-9, 77n5; 16, 2002, 88

de Sévigné, Mme 7, 1993, 31

correspondence 13, 1999, 19-20

Elizabeth Gaskell on 7, 1993, 17, 18, 24-6; 13, 1999, 15-24

life 13, 1999, 19-20

Virginia Woolf on 13, 1999, 23

de Stäel, Mme 8, 1994, 10

on German Romanticism 25, 2011, 95n5

on Germany 25, 2011, 95n5

de Stasio, Clotilde

Lo scrittore e le due nazioni… 1, 1987, 45

De Tocqueville, Alexis 3, 1989, 50; 7, 1993, 23

on Manchester 3, 1989, 52, 54, 56

de Vere, Aubrey 20, 2006, 21, 22

the dead, return of 20, 2006, 55

deaf children, education of 24, 2010, 8

death/illness 19, 2005, 15; 22, 2008, 49;
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