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Gaskell, Elizabeth: North and South, v.1, 23 March 2008.

A novel.
First published in serial form in Household Words in 1854-1855 and in volume form in 1855.

Margaret Hale, a young woman from the south of England, finds herself transplanted to a Northern town when her clergyman father resigns his living because of religious scruples. Milton, up north, is full of dark satanic mills, producing cotton, and staffed by unhappy factory workers. Margaret gradually comes to respect their ways, but is unable to say the same about Mr Thornton, the mill-owner. Yet there is an attraction between them. Can the North and the south ever reach an understanding?
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