North and SouthBook - 2012
This richly textured novel of romance and class conflict explores the dichotomies between the pastoral South and industrial North during England's mid-Victorian era. Praised by Dickens as "an admirable story," this is a turbulent tale of a woman torn between her sympathy for discontented millworkers and her love for the factory's owner.
Publisher: Mineola, N.Y. : Dover Publications, 2012
Branch Call Number: FIC Gaske 3558
Characteristics: v, 455 p
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