Wives and daughters / Elizabeth Gaskell ; contributions by Frederick Greenwood.

Can't get enough of nineteenth-century British romance? Lovers of books like Pride and Prejudice and Wuthering Heights should give Elizabeth Gaskell's Wives and Daughters a try. This tale follows the romantic ups and downs of Molly Gibson, a doctor's daughter who lives in a small Engl...

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Online Access:Electronic book from EBSCO
Main Author: Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865.
Other Authors: Greenwood, Frederick, 1830-1909.
Format: eBook
Published:[Auckland, N.Z.] : Floating Press, Ã2010.
Table of Contents:
  • Title; Contents; Chapter I
  • The Dawn of a Gala Day; Chapter II
  • A Novice Amongst the Great Folk; Chapter III
  • Molly Gibson's Childhood; Chapter IV
  • Mr Gibson's Neighbours; Chapter V
  • Calf-Love; Chapter VI
  • A Visit to the Hamleys; Chapter VII
  • Foreshadows of Love Perils; Chapter VIII
  • Drifting into Danger; Chapter IX
  • The Widower and the Widow; Chapter X
  • A Crisis; Chapter XI
  • Making Friendship; Chapter XII
  • Preparing for the Wedding; Chapter XIII
  • Molly Gibson's New Friends; Chapter XIV
  • Molly Finds Herself Patronized; Chapter XV
  • The New Mamma; Chapter XVI
  • The Bride at Home.
  • Chapter XVII
  • Trouble at Hamley HallChapter XVIII
  • Mr Osborne's Secret; Chapter XIX
  • Cynthia's Arrival; Chapter XX
  • Mrs Gibson's Visitors; Chapter XXI
  • The Half-Sisters; Chapter XXII
  • The Old Squire's Troubles; Chapter XXIII
  • Osborne Hamley Reviews His Position; Chapter XXIV
  • Mrs Gibson's Little Dinner; Chapter XXV
  • Hollingford in a Bustle; Chapter XXVI
  • A Charity Ball; Chapter XXVII
  • Father and Sons; Chapter XX.