Elizabeth Gaskell: An Annotated Bibliography of English-language Sources, 1976-1991
This extensive annotated bibliography builds on the work of previous bibliographers, identifying biographies, newly discovered correspondence, critical works, masters and honors theses and other bibliographies published between 1976-1991. Weyant also identifies new editions of Gaskell's novels and short stories which were published during the 15-year period covered. An extensive subject index provides for easy access to the some 350 entries.
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