By G. Handley
This chronology units Elizabeth Gaskell in her historic, social and literary contexts. It makes a speciality of her occupation as a author but in addition underlines her interactive roles as spouse, mom, functional and tolerant Christian, radical sympathizer. Graham Handley discusses her formative years, her marriage, the beginnings of her writing, the years of accomplishment, her social, humanitarian matters, love of go back and forth and its impression, with the stability of domesticity and creativity that's the foremost to her personality.
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Revels in her reading, and is appropriately sitting amid nature. She and WG are undertaking imitations of the poets: refers to Dryden, Crabbe, Pope as she works away at them all. They will probably go to Poulton (le-Fylde) in August. Tone is racy, gossipy, skipping from one subject to another, a letter of dashes but warm with immediacy of experience, reaching heights of enthusiasm and sheer exuberance with life. ) Writes sonnet ‘On Visiting the Grave of my Stillborn Little Girl’. ) During this year ‘Sketches Among the Poor’ written with WG: evidence of strong influences of Wordsworth, Crabbe, derivations too from Goldsmith, Cowper and others.
June ES writes from Newcastle to friend Anne Burnett: affectionate tone, thanks her for a book, which she will read when she is at Woodside near Birkenhead with her Aunt Lumb for the summer. Warm appreciation of kindness received from friends in Newcastle and the happy memories she has. ) Letter from Woodside to friend Harriet Carr in London. Trademark humour which distinguishes EG’s maturity embryonically evident, sometimes crudely (she compares Harriet’s voice to a parrot’s). Ironic appraisal of Harriet’s (supposed) social activities: questions her about the celebrated violinist Nicolo Paganini, who had a triumphal first London season between June and August.
Frances Trollope publishes Michael Armstrong, The Factory Boy (1839–40). The general recession in Manchester (reflected in Mary Barton) worsens: many operatives are unemployed and have to live on their savings – the majority had none. WG becomes secretary of Manchester New College, which has moved back to Manchester from York. Ebenezer Elliott’s Poetical Works published. ) Introduction of the Penny Post nationally. ) 15 38 An Elizabeth Gaskell Chronology April Publication of The Rural Life of England by William Howitt, to which EG contributes ‘Notes on Cheshire Customs’.
An Elizabeth Gaskell Chronology (Author Chronologies) by G. Handley