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[EPUB] ✸ Wives and Daughters Author Elizabeth Gaskell – Itelemedicine.pro Wives and Daughters Elizabeth Gaskell's last novel is regarded by many as her masterpiece Molly Gibson is the daughter of the doctor in the small provincial town of Hollingford Her widowed father marrWives and Daughters Elizabeth Gaskell's last novel is regarded by many as her masterpiece Molly Gibson is the daughter of the doctor in the small provincial town of Hollingford Her widowed father marries a second time to give Molly the woman's presence he feels she lacks but until the arrival of Cynthia her dazzlin.

G step sister Molly finds her situation hard to accept Intertwined with the story of the Gibsons is that of Squire Hamley and his two sons as Molly grows up and falls in love she learns to judge people for what they are not what they seem Through Molly's observations the hierarchies social values and social changes.

wives free daughters free Wives and pdf Wives and Daughters ePUBG step sister Molly finds her situation hard to accept Intertwined with the story of the Gibsons is that of Squire Hamley and his two sons as Molly grows up and falls in love she learns to judge people for what they are not what they seem Through Molly's observations the hierarchies social values and social changes.

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  1. Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽ Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽ says:

    Wives and Daughters Kindle ✓ Wives and PDF or wives free, daughters free, Wives and pdf, Wives and Daughters ePUBThis 1865 novel by Elizabeth Gaskell who also wrote the lovely North and South is a pleasant but rather leisurely and lengthy tale of the personalities that inhabit an English country town in about the 1830's The novel centers around Molly Gibson the quiet and somewhat passive but deeply sensitive daughter of a widowed country doctor We meet Molly and her father when she's an innocent 12 year old girl about to spend the day visiting the estate of the local gentry Lord and Lady


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    Wives and Daughters Kindle ✓ Wives and PDF or wives free, daughters free, Wives and pdf, Wives and Daughters ePUBTo begin with the old rigmarole of childhood In a country there was a shire and in that shire there was a town and in that town there was a house and in that house there was a room and in that room there was a bed and in that bed there lay a little girl Wives and Daughters reads like a fairytale and we are immediately enchanted by its ge


  3. Katie Lumsden Katie Lumsden says:

    Wives and Daughters Kindle ✓ Wives and PDF or wives free, daughters free, Wives and pdf, Wives and Daughters ePUBReview on second readingI have no words for how much I love this book and how thoroughly impressed I was on this reread It is an incredible beautiful poignant subtle novel and an absolute must readReview on third readingI have to say this is fast becoming one of my absolute favourite novels of all time What a book


  4. Sean Barrs Sean Barrs says:

    Wives and Daughters Kindle ✓ Wives and PDF or wives free, daughters free, Wives and pdf, Wives and Daughters ePUBDo you like fairy tales? Well Gaskell certainly did To begin with the old rigmarole of childhood In a country there was a shire and in that shire there was a town and in that town there was a house and in that house there was a room and in that room there was a bed and in that bed there lay a little girl wide awake and longing to get up but not daring to do so for fear of the unseen power in the next room a certain Betty whose slumbers must not be disturbed until six o'clock struck when she wakened of herself 'as sure as clockwork' and left the household very little peace afterwards It was a June morning and ea


  5. Kim Kim says:

    Wives and Daughters Kindle ✓ Wives and PDF or wives free, daughters free, Wives and pdf, Wives and Daughters ePUBWhy has it taken me so long to finally read this wonderful novel? I bought the Penguin edition when I was in my 20s read a page or two put it down and didn't pick it up again The book sat on my shelf for years For all I know it could be there still However after university I went right off Victorian literature and it's only been in the last twelve months or so that I've felt the desire to tackle it again And now I've fallen in love with Elizabeth Gaskell's writing In brief the novel is set in the English Midlands in the 1830s and focuses on Molly


  6. Sherwood Smith Sherwood Smith says:

    Wives and Daughters Kindle ✓ Wives and PDF or wives free, daughters free, Wives and pdf, Wives and Daughters ePUB2020 rereadMy Jane Austen book group is reading this book a great excuse for a reread as it is one of my favorites of all time I also remain firm in my belief that it is one of the greatest novels of the nineteenth century George Elliott certainly thought so she admitted that this book was the inspiration for her great novel MiddlemarchI do think that this book is in conversation with Jane Austen on a number of levels first being that what women thought matters All kinds of women whatever their rank age or economic statusOn this reread I noticed how much fun the narrative voice has with small town life whatever the rank There is so much humor veining the sharp observations of human vagaries underscoring how much Gaskell's writing had changed She always aimed for great things though her earlier novels and Dickens scolded her for daring to write beyond the female writer's natural sphere of domestic life are problematical rife as they are with popular Victorian cliche such as long


  7. Lucy Powrie Lucy Powrie says:

    Wives and Daughters Kindle ✓ Wives and PDF or wives free, daughters free, Wives and pdf, Wives and Daughters ePUBWhilst Wives and Daughters isn't my favourite Elizabeth Gaskell I loved the insight in to 19th century domestic life especially the customs relationships and descriptions of rural livingOur heroine Molly Gibson is unassuming and quiet yet has an inner steely determination and steadfast values that I really appreciated All the characters in fact feel like they have been drawn from life and I particularly enjoyed the way that Mrs Gibson was characterised she was highly irritating in places yet I couldn't help but like her I believe I would have felt positively about Wives and Daughters if the plot had been tighter in places and not so rambling but I also appreciate that it was published posthumously and so possibly not revised to Gaske


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    Wives and Daughters Kindle ✓ Wives and PDF or wives free, daughters free, Wives and pdf, Wives and Daughters ePUBMY HEART HURTSWHY DID THIS BOOK HAVE TO END


  9. Hana Hana says:

    Wives and Daughters Kindle ✓ Wives and PDF or wives free, daughters free, Wives and pdf, Wives and Daughters ePUBI finished this 700 page book in less than four days which of course means that by my rating system it's a five star utterly compulsive read But now having gulped the whole thing down I'm going back to re read it at a sedate Victorian pace How could I not love a book that has lines like these “I won't say she was silly but I think one of us was silly and it wasn't me” “All sorts of thoughts cross one's mind—it depends upon whether one gives them harbour and encouragement” “Sometimes one likes foolish people for their folly better than wise people for their wisdom” “Your husband this morning Mine tonight What do you take him for?''A man' smiled Cynthia 'And therefore if you won't let me call him changeable I'll coin a word and call him consolable” There are so man


  10. Helene Jeppesen Helene Jeppesen says:

    Wives and Daughters Kindle ✓ Wives and PDF or wives free, daughters free, Wives and pdf, Wives and Daughters ePUB455 stars This book was really really good I even think it was better than North South by the same author which seems to be a lot of people's favourite What I love the most about this story is the characters which are so distinct and different from each other but all yet so lovable I loved how Elizabeth Gaskell has created such a variety of characters that you can't help but love even though some of them are definitely meant to be annoying and impertinent a new word that I learned when reading this story I was rooting for everyone of them and especially Molly and the Hamley brothers I also really like how Elizabeth Gaskell plays


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