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

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

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

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

in My Lady Ludlow 10, 1996, 58

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

working class see working class children

see also women, young

children’s literature 16, 2002, 91-3

China

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

Opium Wars 17, 2003, 4, 5-8, 10n6

Chodorow, Nancy

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

89-90

cholera epidemics 5, 1991, 63, 64

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

41n5; 14, 2000, 31

Christ Church College, Canterbury

Gaskell collection 3, 1989, 42-5

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

45, 78-82

see also religion

Christian values

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

Christie, J. H. 8, 1994, 84

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

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

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

Civil War see American Civil War; English Civil War

Clancy, Deidre 14, 2000, 100n7

Clark, Arthur Melville

Sir Walter Scott… 8, 1994, 47

T&T Clark 8, 1994, 85

Clarke, Mary see Mohl, Mme Mary

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

in Mary Barton 3, 1989, 4

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

in North and South 16, 2002, 5, 6-7

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

social manners 16, 2002, 5, 6-7

in Wives and Daughters 10, 1996, 92-101

see also middle classes; 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

see also education

Claudius, Matthias 12, 1998, 12

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

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

Clive, John

Scotch Reviews 8, 1994, 86n8

‘Clopton House’ (article) 5, 1991, 1, 12, 75; 10, 1996, 50

Clopton House, Stratford-on-Avon 5, 1991, 1, 12-13

clothes see fashion/style

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

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

Cobden, Richard 10, 1996, 51

Cockburn, Henry

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

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

Colby, Robin B.

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

Cole, Henry

Charles Dickens, correspondence with 17, 2003, 49n21

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

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

‘The Rime of the Ancient Mariner’ 10, 1996, 88, 91n4

collectivity narratives

Cranford as 17, 2003, 39-46

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

North and South edited by 4, 1990, 91n3

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

Collins, Wilkie 17, 2003, 90n7

Collins, William 8, 1994, 85

Colloms, Brenda 8, 1994, 40n3

colonialism see imperial expansion

Coltman, Sarah 5, 1991, 8

Combe, Andrew

Principles of Physiology… 7, 1993, 68-9; 16, 2002,

87

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

‘condition-of-England’ debate 16, 2002, 32-47; 17, 2003, 1-2, 38

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

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

conscience

Elizabeth Gaskell on 16, 2002, 37

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

Sir Walter Scott and 8, 1994, 80-82

consumerism 17, 2003, 36

Contemporary Review 14, 2000, 62

Conway, Moncure 5, 1991, 24

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

copyright issues 17, 2003, 79

Corn Laws 5, 1991, 19

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

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

12, 1998, 19n1; 14, 2000, 56-7

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

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

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

John Ruskin published in 10, 1996, 77

short stories published in 7, 1993, 45; 12, 1998, 7, 14, 20

Wives and Daughters published in 1, 1987, 48, 49-52, 53, 55-8, 61-8; 4, 1990, 40

The Corn-Law Rhymer see Elliott, Ebenezer

Cornwall, Barry (pseud) see Procter, Bryan Waller

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

country life see nature/natural life

Courtauld, Samuel 5, 1991, 20

Cousin, Victor 7, 1993, 18

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

66

Cousin Phillis

alternative ending 9, 1995, 45

the Bible in 3, 1989, 72-5

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

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

Christian socialism depicted in 10, 1996, 79-82

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

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

Italian translations 1, 1987, 41-2

Peter Keating’s edition 1, 1987, 25n8; 10, 1996, 14n12

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

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

publication in Cornhill Magazine 1, 1987, 41, 49; 4, 1990, 58; 11, 1997, 25, 34; 14, 2000, 29, 57

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

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

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

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

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

themes see characters/themes above

title page (second edition) 3, 1989, cover

Coveney, Peter

The Image of Childhood… 16, 2002, 105

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

‘Ruth’ 14, 2000, 21

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

Elizabeth Gaskell… 6, 1992, 4, 14; 8, 1994, 97n12; 10, 1996, 100n1; 13, 1999, 14n18; 15, 2001, 20n3, n5

Cranford 1, 1987, 33

America, popularity in 17, 2003, 83-5

American publication 17, 2003, 79, 84-5

as autobiographical 9, 1995, 21

Charlotte Brontë on 14, 2000, 29

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

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

chronology of 1, 1987, 27-9

as a collectivity narrative 17, 2003, 46-9

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

death/mourning depicted in 14, 2000, 4, 5-7

dramatic adaptations 17, 2003, 84-5

editions of 16, 2002, 58; see also Keating’s edition below; publishing history below; Ward’s edition below; Watson’s edition below

emotions depicted in 4, 1990, 74

feminist readings of 17, 2003, 59, 73n2, 73nn4-5

flowers depicted in 7, 1993, 7-8

France depicted in 7, 1993, 17

French translation 7, 1993, 12-13

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

German allusions in 7, 1993, 40-41

humour in 4, 1990, 83-90

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

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

2001, 62n4

marriage depicted in 1, 1987, 21-2

Harriet Martineau on 16, 2002, 68

men depicted in 1, 1987, 11-24; 9, 1995, 55, 61-4; 11, 1997, 32

‘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

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

Newcastle depicted in 5, 1991, 68

Charles Eliot Norton on 17, 2003, 85

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

publishing history 17, 2003, 39; see also editions of

above

Anne Thackeray Ritchie’s Preface 1, 1987, 4; 14, 2000, 33-4

sexual conflict in 1, 1987, 11-24

sources for 2, 1988, 76-80

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

26-34, 40

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

themes see characters/themes above

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

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

women in 17, 2003, 59-60, 66-8

craniology 16, 2002, 33-4

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

Crimean war 14, 2000, 18

The Critic of Literature…(journal) 14, 2000, 69

Crompton, Charles (Florence Gaskell’s husband) 11, 1997, 63-4

Cross, J. W. 14, 2000, 59

Cross Street Chapel see Manchester, Cross Street Chapel

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

see also gender issues

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

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

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

‘Cumberland Sheep-Shearers’ (article) 5, 1991, 56; 14, 2000, 69; 16, 2002, 36

Cundall, H. M.

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

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

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

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


d’Albertis, Deidre

Dissembling fictions… 14, 2000, 4; 17, 2003, 10n2

D’Amico, Diane 9, 1995, 28

Daiches, David (editor)

A Companion to Scottish Culture 8, 1994, 85n2

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

Dale, Revd Henry 12, 1998, 9

Dalton, John 4, 1990, 47

Dalzell, Andrew

Collectanea Graeca Major, William Stevenson’s

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