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Cranford open wikipedia on the title 
Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell open wikipedia on the author (1810 - 1865) 
The best known of Elizabeth Gaskell's novels. Cranford is the small rural town which serves as the backdrop for a series of episodes in the lives of Mary Smith and her friends, Miss Matty and Miss Deborah, two spinster sisters.
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Mary Barton open wikipedia on the title 
Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell open wikipedia on the author (1810 - 1865) 
Mary Barton is a millworker's daughter who comes into contact with the son of a wealthy family. She must decide between her devoted lover and the possibilities of joining a middle class family. The book explores the British lower classes' frustration, the false sense of class mobility of the 1800s, at a time when the working class were not able to vote. Much of this novel is autobiographical, incorporating incidents from Gaskell's own life.
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Ruth open wikipedia on the title 
Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell open wikipedia on the author (1810 - 1865) 
Ruth Hilton, a young orphaned seamstress, becomes involved with Harry Bellingham - a gentleman who ultimately deserts her, leaving a terrible legacy. Ruth copes and begins to re-build her life, only to re-encounter Harry. The honest portrayal of Ruth and her illegitimate child were a challenge to the views of the society when it was written in 1853.
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Sylvia's Lovers open wikipedia on the title 
Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell open wikipedia on the author (1810 - 1865) 
Charming Charley Kinraid, harpooner, captures the heart of Sylvia but is then press-ganged into service to fight Napoleon. Her cousin, Philip Hepburn, has designs on Sylvia and is not above withholding vital information to get his way. Thus is the stage set for disaster...
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Wives and Daughters open wikipedia on the title 
Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell open wikipedia on the author (1810 - 1865) 
The story follows the development of Molly Gibson and her new stepsister Cynthia into womanhood within the gossiping and watchful society of Hollingford. It offers an ironic critique of mid-Victorian society disguised as a nostalgic evocation of village life.
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The Beggar's Opera open wikipedia on the title 
John Gay open wikipedia on the author (1685 - 1732) 
While The Beggar's Opera lampoons famous figures of the day it also deals with social inequity by contrasting the low-class thieves and whores with their aristocratic and bourgeois "betters". The Beggar's Opera influenced later British stage comedies and comic opera, for example Gilbert and Sullivan, and is the ancestor of the modern musical. In 1920 The Beggar's Opera began a amazing run of 1,463 performances.
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Faust open wikipedia on the title 
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe open wikipedia on the author (1749 - 1832) 
In an attempt to attain absolute human happiness, the brilliant scholar Faust makes a pact with the devil, Mephistopheles. If Mephistopheles becomes Faust's servant on earth to grant him all desired happiness, in return Mephistopheles may possess Faust's soul after death. A tale of human hubris, delusion and destruction.
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