By G. Handley
This chronology units Elizabeth Gaskell in her historic, social and literary contexts. It specializes in her occupation as a author but additionally underlines her interactive roles as spouse, mom, useful and tolerant Christian, radical sympathizer. Graham Handley discusses her youth, her marriage, the beginnings of her writing, the years of feat, her social, humanitarian issues, love of shuttle and its effect, with the stability of domesticity and creativity that's the major to her personality.
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G. Robberds: salary initially £200 per annum, congregation predominantly well-off. Robberds is married to Mary Turner, daughter of William Turner. Possibly WG met ES at the Robberds’ some time in 1831. WG’s brother Sam becomes a doctor, is often consulted later about the health of the children of EG and WG; his sister Anne (m. William Robson) becomes close to EG, while another sister Elizabeth later marries EG’s cousin Charles Holland (see below) thus making a mini-familial Unitarian web. 15 Letter from John Stevenson (in Chelsea) implying he may stay in India and saying that he has had work rejected for publication – the family writing ambition/tradition which ES was to develop with distinction obviously present in him.
Com - licensed to Universitetsbiblioteket i Tromso - PalgraveConnect - 2011-03-15 1838 33 Aber, Cwm Morfyn Lake and other places familiarly which she saw last autumn and indeed in past years, and looks forward to discussing Wales with her. Witnessed the Coronation celebrations at Knutsford happily, then went visiting and on to Rivington, where air did her good, to see the Dukinfield Darbishires. Stayed a week more than she meant to in Knutsford with Henry Green’s wife Mary. WG preaching at Buxton.
Mrs Robberds was buried that day: WG most anxious to visit ES in Knutsford the following week. 30 the bride away, and almost certainly she was married from Heathside. EG and WG honeymoon in Wales at Aber. Topography, atmosphere, stored and used later in fiction, conflated with previous stays in area. They travel about and return to Plasyn Penrhyn. ) Shared letter with WG to his sister Elizabeth descriptive of their honeymoon touring from their favourite Aber: WG says EG (‘Lily’, expressive of loving intimacy) is in the best of health, much praise, affection for Mrs Holland, Sam and Ann (EG’s relations).
An Elizabeth Gaskell Chronology (Author Chronologies) by G. Handley