A feminist critique of Elizabeth Gaskell (Pt 2) – “Wives and Daughters”

The final chapter of Patsy Stoneman’s Elizabeth Gaskell includes a reading of Wives and Daughters that I find thoughtful and stimulating. Of course, Stoneman is writing for the academy and, particularly, in the Conclusion, her prose is not always easy to follow.  But for the most part, I find her quite readable.  The PDF below contains the last chapter and the book’s Conclusion.   — Tom

 

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