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North and South is a social novel published in by English writer Elizabeth Gaskell. With Wives and Daughters and Cranford , it is one of her best-known novels and was adapted for television three times , and
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Smoke or no Smoke? Questions of P Such narratives tend to be set in an improbable locale, the grimy manufacturing town with its foul air and thick smog. When the northern manufacturing centre is set against the rural south of the title, the polarity is not as sharp as might be expected. If the factory town is smoke-blackened and polluted by disease—bearing air and water, material progress is shown in a largely positive light, as the novelist can be felt striving for balance—a consequence of the hostile reception of Mary Barton by a number of industrialists. For all its smoke and grime, the bustling factory town compares not unfavourably with the backwardness of rural England, the idle drawing-room life of London or torpid Oxford academia.
North and South is a novel based on industrial revolution is written by Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell , a British novel writer of Victorian era, whose novels portrayed the poor. The novel opens up when Mr. Hale along with his wife and Daughter Miss Margaret Hale The protagonist arriving to settle at his hometown Milton, where he owns a property. Milton is heavily influenced by the industrial revolution, became bustling, smoky town with poverty all around. John Thornton, a cotton mill owner and a former student of Mr. Hale, falls in love with Margaret, however she only admires his abilities to come up in his life.
Risk was to be managed by an impersonal collective in order to protect the individual from bearing any of its damaging consequences. Whereas political economists in the mid-nineteenth century proposed a model of human behaviour governed by self-interest, Gaskell offers her readers a hero and heroine who embrace the intimate and affective aspects of economic decision-making, and thus asks them to recognize the significance of traditionally feminine sentiments in the pursuit of ethical financial action. The significance of risk in articulating an ethics of economics has a long and distinguished intellectual genealogy. Bolton and one M. Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.
Smoke or no Smoke? Questions of P Such narratives tend to be set in an improbable locale, the grimy manufacturing town with its foul air and thick smog.
Hale confides that, due to unspecified religious doubts, he must no longer be a minister in the Church of England; the entire family must therefore move to Milton, a Northern industrial city, where Mr. Hale will work as a private tutor. While walking through the streets of Milton, Margaret befriends a working-class father and daughter, Nicholas Higgins and Bessy Higgins , and begins visiting Bessy often. Bessy, who is the same age as Margaret, is dying of a respiratory illness she contracted after years of working in a cotton mill. Since their move to Milton, Mrs.
She lay curled up on the sofa in the back drawing-room in Harley Street, looking very lovely in her white muslin and blue ribbons. If Titania had ever been dressed in white muslin and blue ribbons, and had fallen asleep on a crimson damask sofa in a back drawing-room, Edith might have been taken for her. Margaret was struck afresh by her cousin's beauty. They had grown up together from childhood, and all along Edith had been remarked upon by every one, except Margaret, for her prettiness; but Margaret had never thought about it until the last few days, when the prospect of soon losing her companion seemed to give force to every sweet quality and charm which Edith possessed. They had been talking about wedding dresses, and wedding ceremonies; and Captain Lennox, and what he had told Edith about her future life at Corfu, where his regiment was stationed; and the difficulty of keeping a piano in good tune a difficulty which Edith seemed to consider as one of the most formidable that could befall her in her married life , and what gowns she should want in the visits to Scotland, which would immediately succeed her marriage; but the whispered tone had latterly become more drowsy; and Margaret, after a pause of a few minutes, found, as she fancied, that in spite of the buzz in the next room, Edith had rolled herself up into a soft ball of muslin and ribbon, and silken curls, and gone off into a peaceful little after-dinner nap. Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell. The Doom of the Griffiths.
Он писал письма, отправлял их анонимному провайдеру, а несколько часов спустя этот провайдер присылал эти письма ему самому. Теперь, подумала Сьюзан, все встало на свои места. Танкадо хотел, чтобы Стратмор отследил и прочитал его электронную почту. Он создал для себя воображаемый страховой полис, не доверив свой ключ ни единой душе. Конечно, чтобы придать своему плану правдоподобность, Танкадо использовал тайный адрес… тайный ровно в той мере, чтобы никто не заподозрил обмана. Он сам был своим партнером.
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Сьюзан повернулась, и Хейл, пропуская ее вперед, сделал широкий взмах рукой, точно приветствуя ее возвращение в Третий узел. - После вас, Сью, - сказал. ГЛАВА 41 В кладовке третьего этажа отеля Альфонсо XIII на полу без сознания лежала горничная.