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25, 2011, 89,

95nn-67

attitudes to 3, 1989, 3-4; 6, 1992, 25-6, 39n1; 9,

1995, 29; 25, 2011, 48, 51

of children 6, 1992, 68; 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; 22, 2008,

45, 55n11, 105-7

depicted in Cousin Phillis 19, 2005, 26-7

depicted in Cranford 24, 2010, 68, 69-70, 72n29

depicted in Mary Barton 25, 2011, 114-15

depicted in North and South 22, 2008, 105

depicted in Ruth 25, 2011, 30, 32, 43-4, 48, 49,

57-60

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

88, 89, 90, 92, 93-4, 95

depicted in Sylvia’s Lovers 22, 2008, 48-9

Elizabeth Gaskell’s attitude to 2, 1988, 54; 6, 1992, 68; 7, 1993, 74, 77n9; 9, 1995, 39; 13, 1999, 75, 108-9; 18, 2004, 16, 19, 29-31, 32n9, 59, 71, 75

headaches see headaches

mourning 14, 2000, 4-12

the return of the dead 9, 1995, 43-54; 14, 2000,

20-21; 18, 2004, 45-6, 91

see also violence

death penalty 19, 2005, 22

Dei, Fedora 1, 1987, 44

‘The Demon Lover’ (anon. poem) 10, 1996, 33

Dening, Greg

The Death of William Gooch… 19, 2005, 51n42

Denith, Simon 21, 2007, 22

Derbyshire see Chatsworth House, Derbyshire

Desmond, Adrian and Moore, James

Darwin 17, 2003, 32n3, 32n5

destitution see unemployment

determinism 6, 1992, 59-60

Devonport Sisterhood (Anglican Order) 17, 2003, 62-3, 66

Devonshire, Duke of 25, 2011, 112, 113

deVries, Jacqueline see Morgan, Sue and deVries,

Jacqueline

Dewey, John 16, 2002, 55

diaconate orders (deaconesses) 17, 2003, 72, 76n66, 76n70

see also women’s religious communities

dialect poets 22, 2008, 97, 98, 99

see also Bamford, Samuel; working class poets

dialect words 5, 1991, 2, 5; 8, 1994, 87-97; 10, 1996

19; 20, 2006, 112; 22, 2008, 90

in Elizabeth Gaskell’s fiction 8, 1994, 89-96; 11, 1997, 48-9; 22, 2008, 99, 100-101

William Gaskell’s interest in 22, 2008, 99-100, 101

Lancashire 1, 1987, 25n14; 2, 1988, 4; 5, 1991, 67;

8, 1994, 89-92; 22, 2008, 50, 99-101

‘The Oldham Weaver’ as a dialect poem 10, 1996, 36

see also language; oral traditions

Dibdin, Charles

Observations on…Scotland 8, 1994, 45-6

Dibdin, T. F.

The Library Companion…, William Stevenson’s

review of 1, 1987, 4-5

Dicey, Mrs Anne 20, 2006, 22

Dicey, Edward 15, 2001, 56; 20, 2006, 10

Six Months in the Federal States 20, 2006, 10

Wives and Daughters, review of 15, 2001, 62n8

Dickens, Albert (Charles Dickens’s son) 18, 2004, 10, 11

Dickens, Charles (Boz) 3, 1989, 29, 50; 5, 1991, 34; 17,

2003, 56; 19, 2005, 58; 24, 2010, 28, 58n20; 25, 2011,

106

in America 15, 2001, 57, 59; 20, 2006, 95, 100n9

American Notes 20, 2006, 100n9

‘The Amusements of the People’ (article) 14, 2000, 46

on Samuel Bamford 22, 2008, 98

Barnaby Rudge 24, 2010, 50, 59n51, 115-16, 125n4

Bleak House 3, 1989, 61; 16, 2002, 2, 9; 22, 2008,

70n23; 24, 2010, 65-6, 85, 86; stage adaptation

25, 2011, 2, 90

Dion Boucicault: The Long Strike, as script advisor on

25, 2011, 1

on the census of 1851 20, 2006, 68-70

Chapman and Hall as his publisher 25, 2011, 79

‘A Child’s Dream of a Star’ (short story) 20, 2006, 2

his Christmas Books 25, 2011, 80; see also next entry

A Christmas Carol 1, 1987, 27; 2, 1988, 42; 4, 1990,

78n11; 24, 2010, 9, 70

Henry Cole, correspondence with 17, 2003, 49n21

Wilkie Collins and 22, 2008, 31

Cranford and 19, 2005, 5; see also Thomas Hood and

below

on Crimean War 23, 2009, 55

‘A Dark Night’s Work’ and 21, 2007, 65; 23, 2009,

39n12

David Copperfield 14, 2000, 45; 24, 2010, 85, 86

George Dolby, correspondence with 25, 2011, 1,

17n4

Dombey and Son 1, 1987, 12, 25n9; 3, 1989, 75; 20,

2006, 98, 101n16; 21, 2007, 67

as an editor 20, 2006, 6, 38-9, 40; 21, 2007, 100

on education 22, 2008, 56, 59, 60, 70n10

Edwin Drood 24, 2010, 66

English Civil War depicted by 24, 2010, 85, 86

on the fallen woman 23, 2009, 43, 52n15

family 18, 2004, 10, 11

Charles Fechter, correspondence with 25, 2011, 1,

16n3

John Forster, correspondence with 24, 2010, 79,

83n19

John Forster: Life of … 17, 2003, 49n13; 18, 2004, 3

Elizabeth Gaskell, correspondence with 14, 2000,

45-6, 50, 51-2, 53; 17, 2003, 50; 18, 2004, 79n15;

20, 2006, 2, 3, 6, 7; 23, 2009, 60; 24, 2010, 79;

25, 2011, 98

Elizabeth Gaskell and 3, 1989, 29; 5, 1991, 20; 6, 1992, 29; 14, 2000, 4, 7; 16, 2002, 58; 19, 2005, 102; 20, 2006, 18, 38; 23, 2009, 52n18; 25, 2011,

80-82, 110

on Elizabeth Gaskell 19, 2005, 15

as Elizabeth Gaskell’s publisher 5, 1991, 20; 14,

2000, 45-58, 69, 73-84

William Gaskell, correspondence with 14, 2000, 51;

20, 2006, 2

‘The Great Exhibition…’ 17, 2003, 49n18

Great Expectations 24, 2010, 66; 25, 2011, 19

on the Great Exhibition 17, 2003, 35, 36-7, 48

Hard Times 2, 1988, 14; 3, 1989, 57, 76; 8, 1994, 88, 102; 14, 2000, 75; 16, 2002, 2, 3, 9, 10-12; 18, 2004, 79n18; 20, 2006, 98; 21, 2007, 19n6; 22,

2008, 59, 63; 23, 2009, 34; 24, 2010, 64

on ‘The Heart of John Middleton’ 18, 2004, 69

Georgina Hogarth, correspondence with 25, 2011,

1, 16n2

Thomas Hood and 24, 2010, 62, 64-5; Dickens’

use of as a substitute for himself when editing

Cranford 24, 2010, 61, 63, 65, 66-76

Thomas Hood’s influence on 24, 2010, 65-6, 72n17

on Household Words 17, 2003, 34, 37

‘It Is Not Generally Known’ (article) 14, 2000, 55-6

juvenilia 18, 2004, 3

as a lecturer/speaker 22, 2008, 70n10

Letters… ed. Graham Storey 14, 2000, 45, 57n1,

83n3; 20, 2006, 45n29; 25, 2011, 16nn2-4, 86n9

Little Dorrit 22, 2008, 70n23; 24, 2010, 10-11

‘Lizzie Leigh’, his influence on 23, 2009, 49; 25,

2011, 81

London, depiction of 3, 1989, 59

on London theatre audiences 25, 2011, 3, 17n13

Martin Chuzzlewit 15, 2001, 57; 25, 2011, 79

on Mary Barton 14, 2000, 45; 20, 2006, 7; 25, 2011,

1

‘Misner, The Sultan of India’ 18, 2004, 3

narrative voice, use of 25, 2011, 90

on North and South 10, 1996, 42; 14, 2000, 50-56, 73-84

‘Numbers of the People’ 20, 2006, 68-71

The Old Curiosity Shop 24, 2010, 64-5, 72nn16-17

‘The Old Nurse’s Story’ and 25, 2011, 81

Oliver Twist, stage adaptation 25, 2011, 5

‘On Strike’ (short story) 16, 2002, 9-10

Our Mutual Friend 5, 1991, 51; 16, 2002, 9; 22,

2008, 59; 24, 2010, 86

personal life 20, 2006, 41

The Pickwick Papers 1, 1987, 16, 27; 17, 2003, 42;

24, 2010, 66-8, 69, 116; 25, 2011, 79

Pictures from Italy 4, 1990, 61-2

‘A Preliminary Word’ 17, 2003, 34

as a railway traveller 20, 2006, 97-8

railways/railway travel depicted by 21, 2007, 67

his rates of pay for short stories 20, 2006, 40

social conflict, interest in 20, 2006, 68-71

Charles Sumner, correspondence with 24, 2010,

72n25

A Tale of Two Cities 18, 2004, 38; 25, 2011, 83, 104,

105

on technological advances 22, 2008, 20n23

violent themes, use of 19, 2005, 14

W. H. Wills, correspondence with 18, 2004, 79n15

see also All the Year Round; Daily News; Household Words

Dickens, Henry (Charles Dickens’s son) 18, 2004, 10,

11

Dickerson, Vanessa D. (ed.)

Keeping the Victorian House … 21, 2007, 89n1

Dickinson’s Comprehensive Pictures of the Great Exhibition 17, 2003, 49n18

Dictionary of National Biography 13, 1999, 88, 90, 98

A. W. Ward’s essay on Elizabeth Gaskell 19, 2005,

2, 4, 97

Digby, Anne

Making a Medical Living… 12, 1998, 35n9

dining/dining rooms 22, 2008, 22, 30-34, 36

dinner, timing of 22, 2008, 31-2

see also domesticity; food

‘Disappearances’ (article) 5, 1991, 67-8; 14, 2000,

20-21, 47-8; 20, 2006, 41, 46n46, 48, 51-2

discourse theory 17, 2003, 52-3

disorder see social conflict; violence

Disraeli, Benjamin 3, 1989, 50; 21, 2007, 3

Coningsby 2, 1988, 14

Sybil… 2, 1988, 3, 14; 3, 1989, 16; 8, 1994, 87-8;

16, 2002, 35-6; 20, 2006, 111; 21, 2007, 2, 6-7;

trade union movement depicted in 24, 2010,

48, 50, 51, 57n9, 58n30

dissent see religious conscience

Dissenting Academies 15, 2001, 7-8

see also education

District Provident Society, Manchester 19, 2005, 39

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

Dives and Lazarus, parable of 3, 1989, 2, 5; 6, 1992, 34

divorce 9, 1995, 48; 14, 2000, 21

attitudes to 5, 1991, 17, 23

Elizabeth Gaskell on 18, 2004, 45

see also marriage

Dixon, W. T. see Lock, John and Dixon, W. T.

Dobson, John 22, 2008, 90

doctors/medical practice

in ‘Mr Harrison’s Confession’ 12, 1998, 28-36

income levels 12, 1998, 29

qualifications 12, 1998, 29, 34

Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge (Lewis Carroll) 18, 2004, 9

The Rectory Magazine 18, 2004, 10

Dodsworth, Martin 1, 1987, 13, 24n7, 25n11, n13, n16;

2, 1988, 80n5; 11, 1997, 41n5; 17, 2003, 68; 23, 2009,

19, 20, 21, 22

North and South edited by 25, 2011, 29n2

Doherty, Alfred 12, 1998, 43-4

Dolan, Brian

Wedgwood 21, 2007, 99nn4-7, 99n9

Dolby, George, Charles Dickens, correspondence with

25, 2011, 1, 17n4

Dolin, Tim: Ruth edited by 25, 2011, 38, 46n21, 47n30,

48, 61n4

Domestic Mission (Unitarian) 20, 2006, 104, 110

domestic life/work 7, 1993, 51-3; 8, 1994, 21, 22-3; 24,

2010, 30-46, 73

depicted in Cranford 24, 2010, 30, 31, 33-7, 43

depicted in Wives and Daughters 24, 2010, 30, 31,

37-43

see also working women

domestic violence 23, 2009, 36

domestication of animals 17, 2003, 22

domesticity

dining/dining rooms, significance of 22, 2008, 22,

30-34, 36

in Elizabeth Gaskell’s fiction 22, 2008, 23-4, 38

household management 22, 2008, 22, 30-31

literary depiction of 22, 2008, 22-3, 24

see also ‘maternal thinking’ concept; social manners

Domosh, Mona 16, 2002, 83n1

Dooley, Allan C.

Author and Printer in Victorian England, 20, 2006,

13n2, 13n4

‘The Doom of the Griffiths’ (short story) 8, 1994, 19;

15, 2001, 34, 35-6, 37n2; 17, 2003, 80; 20, 2006, 56-7;

25, 2011, 83

characters/themes 13, 1999, 70, 79, 80-81, 82-3; 19, 2005, 19-20, 23; 20, 2006, 56-7

gothic themes 20, 2006, 56-7

Welsh setting 13, 1999, 69

Doré, Gustave

illustrations by 20, 2006, 97

Dowell, Ben 22, 2008, 160n28, 160n33

dreams/dreaming 24, 2010, 74, 83n9

depicted in Ruth 21, 2007, 89-90, 103

dress see fashion/style

Drew, John, on Household Words 25, 2011, 81, 85,

87n12

Dronsfield, John

Incidents and Anecdotes of the Late Samuel Bamford

22, 2008, 104

drugs 12, 1998, 29, 35n1, 43

Drummond, J. 6, 1992, 57n17

Du Maurier, Daphne 20, 2006 58

The Young George Du Maurier 1, 1987, 54n1

du Maurier, George

cartoons by 1, 1987, 48, 49

eye problems 1, 1987, 48

illustrations by 1, 1987, cover, 48-54, 55-70;

4, 1990, 63n4; 8, 1994, 41; 18, 2004, 47, 90; 19,

2005, 1, 100; 20, 2006, 36; 22, 2008, 23, 35, 36-8;

25, 2011, 82, 85

importance of his work
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