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Elizabeth Gaskell(1810 - 1865) was a Victorian novelist, born in London. Her writing career started with the publication of Mary Barton (1848), a bestseller. She later wrote for Dickens Household Words, and her biography The Life of Charlotte Bronte (1855) brought her great fame. Gaskell's sociological novels portray minutely the culture and class structure she saw around her.About the Author:
English novelist and short story writer Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell is known for her biography of Charlotte Bronte. Her works emanated human passions and expressed reflections on various aspects of society. She wrote for Thomas Hardy’s magazine in later life.
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