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Elizabeth Gaskell was an English author, one of the most beloved and critically acclaimed novelists of Victorian literature, whose works offer a detailed portrait of the lives of many strata of contemporary society. 
  “Wives and Daughters” is the final book of Elizabeth Gaskell, first published in the Cornhill Magazine in 1864. The story revolves around Molly Gibson, the only daughter of a widowed doctor living in a provincial English town in the 1830s. Elizabeth Gaskell does not undertake an examination of a social question, instead, she writes a novel that is a collection of brilliant character sketches which together form a novel about the joys and sorrows of the people of Hollingford, and the story of a young girl's growth and change.

 

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