by Elizabeth Gaskell. This ebook was designed and published by Girlebooks. Other author's books: Curious, if True: Strange Tales Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell. Sylvia's Lovers Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell.
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North and South by Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell.
Title: North and South. Author: Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell. Character set encoding: ISO-646-US (US-ASCII) . Start of the project gutenberg ebook north and south . E-text prepared by Charles Aldarondo. by. ELIZABETH GASKELL. First published in serial form in Household Words in 1854-1855 and in volume form in 1855.
The protagonist Margaret Hale, a young women who has sympathy towards working class returns to her home town Milton. She admires his father's student John Thornton's abilities to run a cotton mill at young age. Though she initially. Listen to streaming audio of North and South audiobook and download all Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell audiobooks in MP3,and M4B formats for free from our library. This is a public domain audiobook narrated by Librivox volunteers around the world.
Опубликовано: 30 мар. 2019 г. North and South by Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell (1810 - 1865). 00:00:00 Chapter 01 00:23:49 Chapter 02 00:47:07 Chapter 03 01:11:51 Chapter 04 01:39:40 Chapter 05 02:13:37 Chapter 06 02:30:04 Chapter 07 02:46:26 Chapter 08 03:15:32 Chapter 09 03:26:34 Chapter 10 03:47:44 Chapter 11 04:10:11 Chapter 12 04:25:44. The audio is the records of Librivox.
grateful for the readings, but some o the accents I did not care for. Particularly, the Southern accent. When you read this type of book I imagine the traditional English accent, throws it off a bit. But good overall.
NORTH AND SOUTH (1854) by Elizabeth Gaskell is both a social commentary and the romantic story of a young lady, Margaret Hale, who is relocated with her family from the affluent South of England to the industrial North.
Margaret comes in contact with the difficulties of the working class and her sympathies are engaged. She also encounters the fascinating John Thornton, a wealthy local mill owner and a man of true integrity. Romantic tension ensues, reminiscent of Jane Austen's PRIDE AND PREJUDICE. However, unlike an Austen heroine, Margaret lives in a world of harsher realities, with few things whitewashed, and suffering going hand in hand with ultimate exultation.
A classic portrayal of nineteenth century industrialization, and of the complexities of the human heart.