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Author Index includes the authors of articles and reviews appearing in the Journal. Authors and titles of publications referred to in those articles are included in the Subject Index


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16, 2002, 34-5

mechanics’ institutes 7, 1993, 57, 58, 61, 64n5; 13, 1999, 86, 98, 102n44, n46; 15, 2001, 8; 16, 2002, 36



see also self-improvement; working class education

medicine see doctors/medical practice; nurses/nursing

Meisel, Martin

Realisations… 11, 1997, 47

Melchers, Gunnel

melodrama 11, 1997, 45, 83, 85n12

see also narrative structure

Memoirs elucidatory of the Life and Times of Madame de Sévigné 7, 1993, 24-6; 13, 1999, 15-24

men


in Cranford 1, 1987, 11-24; 9, 1995, 55, 61-4; 11,

1997, 32


cross-dressing 9, 1995, 23-4; 14, 2000, 5-6

as dominant 1, 1987, 11, 14, 15-16; 8, 1994, 23; 9, 1995, 53; 14, 2000, 1, 62-3, 64, 69

ethical maturity 2, 1988, 84-5

gender issues 8, 1994, 15-27; 9, 1995, 23-4; 10, 1996, 22-3; 14, 2000, 56-65

in nineteenth century novels 9, 1995, 55-65

see also sexual conflict; women

men’s fashion/style 12, 1998, 31-2; 14, 2000, 5-6

Menzies, Katherine see Holland, Katherine

Menzies, Sutherland 3, 1989, 9, 27n8

Mérimée, Prosper 7, 1993, 24, 34n24

The Merry Muses of Caledonia… (songs) 8, 1994, 43-4

Michel, Francisque



Histoire des races maudites 17, 2003, 32n15

middle classes 13, 1999, 103n52



see also class distinction; working classes

Middleton, Dorothy



Victorian Lady Travellers… 5, 1991, 36n6

Middleton, Thomas



Annals of Hyde and District 3, 1989, 17, 18, 19

Miles Platting Institution, Manchester 13, 1999, 95

Mill, James 5, 1991, 34

Mill, John Stuart 5, 1991, 17, 18, 24; 6, 1992, 56n14;



8, 1994, 51; 14, 2000, 97; 16, 2002, 69

Millais, John Everett 1, 1987, 53



Madame de Monferrato 1, 1987, 51, 59

Millar, James



Encyclopaedia Edinensis 8, 1994, 50

Miller, Andrew H.



Novels behind glass… 14, 2000, 13n20; 17, 2003, 49n19

Miller, Jean Baker 2, 1988, 88

Miller, Jonathan

Subsequent Performances 14, 2000, 92

Miller, Perry



The Transcendentalists 15, 2001, 13n10

Milligan, Barry



Pleasures and Pains … 17, 2003, 11n13

Millington, William



Sketches of Local Musicians… 13, 1999, 91

Mills, C. 16, 2002, 83n1

Mills, Cotton Mather

as Elizabeth Gaskell’s pseudonym 15, 2001, 54; 17, 2003, 92

Milnes, Richard Monckton 11, 1997, 13n4

Milton, John 6, 1992, 33



Paradise Lost 5, 1991, 37, 48-9; 9, 1995, 32; 17, 2003, 36

Mingay, G. E.



The Agricultural Revolution … 17, 2003, 32n21

Mitchell, Rosa 11, 1997, 59; 16, 2002, 67

Mitchell, Sally

The Fallen Angel… 11, 1997, 67n15

mobility see travel

‘Modern Greek Songs’ (article) 7, 1993, 18; 10, 1996, 27-8; 13, 1999, 44; 14, 2000, 69; 16, 2002, 36

Mohl, Julius (Mary Mohl’s husband) 7, 1993, 20-21,

34n24; 13, 1999, 43, 46, 53n49

Mohl, Mme Mary 2, 19, 34, 36, 38; 5, 1991, 31; 7, 1993, 17-18, 20, 26, 29, 31

character 13, 1999, 37-8, 43-4, 46

family 13, 1999, 36-7, 39

Claude Fauriel and 13, 1999, 40-44

Elizabeth Gaskell, correspondence with 7, 1993, 20; 13, 1999, 37

Elizabeth Gaskell and 13, 1999, 36-8, 43-53; 15, 2001, 59

her home 13, 1999, vi, 45, 47

life 7, 1993, 20-23; 13, 1999, 15, 36-7, 38-40

Mme Récamier… 7, 1993, 21; 13, 1999, 15

sketch of, by William Wetmore Story 13, 1999, cover

Mohl, Robert von (Mary Mohl’s brother-in-law)

7, 1993, 37

Moir, George 14, 2000, 62

Molière (Jean Baptiste Poquelin)

Le Medicin Malgre Lui 12, 1998, 25-6

‘Monkshaven’ (short story)

George Du Maurier’s illustrations 1, 1987, 49

monogenetics 17, 2003, 19-20, 32n20



see also evolutionary theory

Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley 7, 1993, 2

Montégut, Emile

on Ruth 4, 1990, 64-5



The Monthly Repository (Unitarian Journal) 5, 1991, 16, 17; 8, 1994, 5, 7; 15, 2001, 4; 16, 2002, 65, 69

Moore, James see Desmond, Adrian and Moore, James

Moore, John 13, 1999, 88, 101n14

‘The Moorland Cottage’ (short story) 2, 1988, 41-58

American publication 17, 2003, 83

Charlotte Brontë on 7, 1993, 42, 43

characters/themes 2, 1988, 43, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52, 54; 7, 1993, 42-3; 15, 2001, 54

Myles Birket Foster’s illustrations 2, 1988, cover, 41, 45, 46-54, 46-55

German allusions in 7, 1993, 42-3

Italian translation 1, 1987, 42

publication 2, 1988, 41

More, Hannah



Strictures on…female education 14, 2001, 12n2

More, Paul Elmer 16, 2002, 60

Morgan, Susan

Sisters in Time… 13, 1999, 58, 67

Morley, Henry



Palissy the Potter 14, 2000, 15

Morley, John



Death, Heaven and the Victorians 14, 2000, 13n19

Morning Chronicle 3, 1989, 50; 16, 2002, 34-5

Morse, Deborah Denenholz 17, 2003, 64, 74n30

‘Morton Hall’ (short story) 5, 1991, 68; 9, 1995, 14, 15

characters/themes 17, 14-15, 16-18, 24, 28

Moses (biblical character) 1, 1987, 20

motherhood see child care; children; ‘maternal thinking’ concept

Mott, Frank Luther

A History of American Magazines 17, 2003, 102n3

Mounier, Mario 4, 1990, 61

mourning clothes 14, 2000, 4-12

‘Mr Harrison’s Confession’ (short story) 3, 1989, 31

critical assessments of 12, 1998, 28

as precursor to Cranford 12, 1998, 28, 34

as social history 12, 1998, 28-36

Edgar Wright’s edition 12, 1998, 35n1

Muller, H. J.

Modern Fiction… 16, 2002, 63n37

Müller, Max (William Müller’s son) 5, 1991, 51; 12, 1998, 13n16

Müller, Wilhelm

Der schöne Müllerin 12, 1998, 5, 13n16

Mulock, Dinah 16, 2002, 88

Mumby, Frank Arthur

Publishing and Bookselling 8, 1994, 68n5

Munro, Revd Alexander 7, 1993, 52

G. Munro (publisher) 17, 2003, 83-4

Murdoch, Alexander 8, 1994, 85n1

Murray, Grenville

‘Cheap Pleasures - A Gossip’ 17, 2003, 36

Murray, John 8, 1994, 81

Murray, John (II) 8, 1994, 80

Murray, Thomas 8, 1994, 51

music 8, 1994, 4; 13, 1999, 90, 91-2, 94-5, 102n40

importance of 7, 1993, 57-8

see also songs and ballads

Musselwhite, David 10, 1996, 87



My Diary… 7, 1993, 67-79; 16, 2002, 87-90, 91, 94, 96,

97, 101, 104, 105, 107

dedication 7, 1993, 67

importance of 7, 1993, 72

as privately printed 7, 1993, 67

themes 4, 1990, 58, 68-79

‘My French Master’ (short story) 2, 1988, 34-6; 7, 1993, 17

characters/themes 7, 1993, 16; 12, 1998, 6-7; 17, 2003, 14-15, 18, 68, 69, 70-71

French revolution in 12, 1998, 6-7; 17, 2003, 18

publication in Household Words 2, 1988, 34



My Lady Ludlow… 3, 1989, 29-41

American pirated edition 3, 1989, 31, 40n3

American publication 17, 2003, 83

characters/themes 2, 1988, 36-8; 3, 1989, 31-40; 5, 1991, 5-6, 13, 69; 10, 1996, 53-64; 11, 1997,

69-76, 70, 72, 73, 74; 14, 2000, 27; 15, 2001, 33;

16, 2002, 15, 18, 19; 17, 2003, 14-15, 20-24, 60

children depicted in 10, 1996, 58

class distinction depicted in 3, 1989, 33, 34; 10, 1996, 54-5

critical assessments of 3, 1989, 29, 30-31, 41n8; 10, 1996, 53

education depicted in 10, 1996, 54; 17, 2003, 22-3

evolutionary theory depicted in 17, 2003, 2024

French Revolution depicted in 2, 1988, 36-8; 3, 1989, 31-3, 37; 10, 1996, 53, 56, 57-9; 15, 2001, 31, 32, 35, 37, 37n7

Elizabeth Gaskell on 10, 1996, 54

narrative voice 3, 1989, 36, 41n5; 10, 1996, 56, 60, 61; 11, 1997, 70; 15, 2001, 31, 32-3

publication in Household Words 2, 1988, 36; 3, 1989, 29-30; 10, 1996, 54; 15, 2001, 30-37, 37n2

religious houses depicted in 17, 2003, 60

reviews of 3, 1989, 30-31



Round the Sofa as original title 3, 1989, 30; 15, 2001, 30-31, 33, 36-7; 17, 2003, 80, 92, 97

setting of 5, 1991, 13-14

social change depicted in 3, 1989, 31-40; 10, 1996, 53-64; 17, 2003, 14-15

style/structure 3, 1989, 29-30, 36-9; 10, 1996, 56

themes see characters/themes above


  1. W. Ward’s edition 3, 1989, 30

working classes depicted in 10, 1996, 57, 58

working women depicted in 11, 1997, 69-76

Edgar Wright’s edition 10, 1996, 64n7
Nadel, Ira Bruce

Biography… 14, 2000, 3

Naismyth, James 16, 2002, 30

Napier, Macvey 8, 1994, 49, 50

narrative structure 8, 1994, 57-8, 60, 65, 67, 97n6; 11,

1997, 84n9; 14, 2000, 86

George Eliot’s 16, 2002, 15

Elizabeth Gaskell on 3, 1989, 36-7; 11, 1997, 80-81 Elizabeth Gaskell’s 14, 2000, 24-34; 16, 2002, 15; 17, 2003, 50, 55-6; see also individual novel titles

melodrama 11, 1997, 45, 83, 85n12

Nash, Joseph 17, 2003, 49n18

The Nation 1, 1987, 38

Elizabeth Gaskell’s obituary 15, 2001, 56; 17, 2003, 83



Wives and Daughters reviewed in 15, 2001, 62n8

National Library of Scotland

holdings 1, 1987, 2, 9n6

‘natural history of man’ debate 16, 2002, 31-47

natural philosophy see scientific interests

nature/natural life 1, 1987, 21; 2, 1998, 15; 5, 1991,

58-9; 16, 2002, 36-7

in art 13, 1999, 1

depicted in Cranford 11, 1997, 27-8

depicted in Cousin Phillis 5, 1991, 40-41, 45; 8, 1994, 37-8; 11, 1997, 35-6

depicted in Wives and Daughters 5, 1991, 54-6,

59-60; 10, 1996, 92-101

flowers 7, 1993, 1-15; 8, 1994, 32

gardens/gardening 4, 1990, 69, 71-2; 7, 1993, 9,

12-14

Elizabeth Gaskell’s love of 12, 1998, 15



in German romanticism 8, 1994, 5

landscape, appreciation of 13, 1999, 75-6

in novels 4, 1990, 65-77

the romantic landscape 4, 1990, 65

the sublime 4, 1990, 65; 13, 1999, 75, 76-7

see also realism; urban life/urbanization

Nead, Lydia



Myths of Sexuality 9, 1995, 30, 34, 35

Necessarianism 6, 1992, 59, 65n3; 16, 2002, 37, 69

needlework

as a female occupation 14, 2000, 2-3, 4, 8, 10



see also seamstresses

Negro races 16, 2002, 32-3



see also ethnology

Nelson, Claudia



Invisible Men… 16, 2002, 88, 110n42

Nelson, Thomas 8, 1994, 85

Nestor, Pauline

Female Friendship and Communities… 16, 2002, 111n51

New, Edmund Hort

illustrations by 5, 1991, cover

New England Loyal Publications Society 1, 1987, 37

Newcastle Literary and Philosophical Society 5, 1991,

64, 65, 66; 9, 1995, 68; 16, 2002, 30, 65



History of… 5, 1991, 72n16; 9, 1995, 69nn7-8

Newcastle upon Tyne

depicted in Cranford 5, 1991, 68

depicted in Ruth 5, 1991, 68-9

depicted in Sylvia’s Lovers 5, 1991, 69-70

Elizabeth Gaskell in 4, 1990, 1, 2; 5, 1991, 62-75; 9, 1995, 66-9

Newman, F. W. 6, 1992, 54

newspapers 13, 1999, 98-9



see also individual titles; literary journals/reviews; journalists/journalism; periodical publications; publishing/printing

Newton, Robert (Elizabeth Paulet’s father) 6, 1992, 48

Nichols, Heidi Lynne 17, 2003, 102n3

Nicholls, Arthur Bell (Charlotte Brontë’s husband)



11, 1997, 2, 9, 10, 13n4, 14n13, 18, 19; 14, 2000, 3;

16, 2002, 9, 72, 73

Nicholls, John Ashton 15, 2001, 57-8, 59



In Memoriam… 15, 2001, 62n9

Niebuhr, Barthold 8, 1994, 8

Nightingale, Florence 10, 1996, 24, 47, 50; 11, 1997, 63;

17, 2003, 71, 76n70

Elizabeth Gaskell, correspondence with 17, 2003, 61, 72

Nightingale, Parthenope 17, 2003, 71

Elizabeth Gaskell, correspondence with 10, 1996,

47-8

Noakes, Richard 17, 2003, 32n19



Noctes Ambrosianae 8, 1994, 62, 69n9, 84

Nonconformists see religious conscience

Norman Yoke theory 16, 2002, 47n36

see also ethnology

North American Review 1, 1987, 37, 38

North British Review 16, 2002, 85; 17, 2003, 15

North and South

the Bible in 2, 1988, 22-3, 29

characters/themes 1, 1987, 8, 10-11, 25n12, 42, 44; 2, 1988, 23-31, 86-90; 3, 1989, 1, 39, 50, 52, 72, 74-6; 4, 1990, 28-39, 57-9, 68-70, 72-4, 82; 5, 52, 56, 57; 6, 1992, 7, 52; 7, 1993, 6, 11, 13-14, 42; 8, 1994, 12; 9, 1995, 22-3, 45, 69-71; 10, 1996,

9-11, 14-26, 42-52, 57; 12, 1998, 46, 47; 14, 2000, 26, 73-84; 16, 2002, 4-8, 13, 15, 36-7,

41-3, 54, 71

Chinese translation 13, 1999, 104-7

class distinction depicted in 16, 2002, 5, 6-7

Dorothy Collins’s edition 4, 1990, 91n3

critical assessments of 1, 1987, 43

Dante: Divine Comedy, influence of 10, 1996, 9-11, 50

Charles Dickens on 10, 1996, 42; 14, 2000, 50-56, 73-84

domestic surroundings depicted in 4, 1990, 72-5

George Du Maurier’s illustrations 1, 1987, 53

Angus Easson’s edition 4, 1990, 39n1, 77n2; 6, 1992, 14n2; 14, 2000, 76

emotions depicted in 4, 1990, 68-70, 72-6

epigraphs to 10, 1996, 51; 14, 2000, 76, 77, 82

family values depicted in 1, 1987, 8

flowers depicted in 7, 1993, 5, 6

gardens/gardening depicted in 7, 1993, 13-14

German allusions in 7, 1993, 42; 12, 1998, 9

German romanticism, influence of 8, 1994, 12

houses/homes depicted in 16, 2002, 6-8

humour in 4, 1990, 82

impact/influence of 2, 1988, 81-2

as an industrial novel 4, 1990, 36-9; 8, 1994, 99-102; 10, 1996, 14

Italian translations 1, 1987, 42, 44

Manchester depicted in 3, 1989, 50, 57

narrative voice 10, 1996, 16

political economy discussed in 4, 1990, 28-39

publication in Household Words 10, 1996, 23, 42, 43; 14, 2000, 50-56, 73-84

railway travel depicted in 10, 1996, 21-2

religious conscience depicted in 9, 1995, 69-71; 10, 1996, 42-51

revision of see writing/revision of below

as sentimental 2, 1988, 90

sexual conflict in 2, 1988, 86-90

style/structure 10, 1996, 14

themes see characters/themes above

title 6, 1992, 4; 14, 2000, 74-5

trade unions depicted in 16, 2002, 41-2

trade union violence depicted in 16, 2002, 42-3

working classes depicted in 2, 1988, 23-31, 89, 90; 3, 1989, 34-6; 4, 1990, 30-31, 33-6; 5, 1991, 56; 12, 1998, 42-3; 16, 2002, 41-2

writing/revision of 10, 1996, 23-4; 14, 2000, 50-56, 73-84



Northern Star 13, 1999, 99

Northup, Clark S. 16, 2002, 63n29, n34; 17, 2003, 79, 83, 84, 85, 90n13

Norton, Andrews (Charles Norton’s father) 1, 1987,

31-2


A Translation from the Gospels 1, 1987, 30

as a Unitarian 1, 1987, 31

Norton, Caroline

Stuart of Dunleath 14, 2000, 21

Norton, Catherine (née Eliot) (Mrs Andrews Norton)



1, 1987, 31, 32, 33

Norton, Charles Eliot 4, 1990, 60; 15, 2001, 9, 54, 55



Atlantic Monthly, articles in 1, 1987, 39, 40; 4, 1990, 59

Collected Letters… 1, 1987, 39, 40; 4, 1990, 59; 16,

2002, 28n2

on Cranford 17, 2003, 85

death 1, 1987, 40

education 1, 1987, 32

in Europe 1, 1987, 31, 33, 34, 38, 39; 4, 1990, 59

on evolutionary theory 16, 2002, 14

family 1, 1987, 30, 31, 37

Elizabeth Gaskell, correspondence with 1, 1987,

30-40; 3, 1989, 29; 4, 1990, 63n11; 5, 1991, 52; 6, 1992, 1, 28, 30-31; 7, 1993, 7, 47; 8, 1994, 9; 11, 1997, 59-60, 61, 62-3; 12, 1998, 12, 25; 13, 1999, 13n4; 14, 2000, 16; 15, 2001, 40, 53-6, 61;



16, 2002, 14, 16, 85-6

Elizabeth Gaskell, meetings with 1, 1987, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35, 38; 4, 1990, 59; 17, 2003, 82

Margaret (‘Meta’) Gaskell, correspondence with 17, 2003, 80-82

Margaret (‘Meta’) Gaskell and 1, 1987, 38, 39-40; 4, 1990, 59

health 1, 1987, 30, 33, 34, 35, 37, 38, 39, 40n4

in India 1, 1987, 31, 32-3



Letters of Mrs Gaskell and Charles Eliot Norton 1, 1987, 40n1; 15, 2001, 54-5, 62n5

New Life of Dante… 1, 1987, 36

Notes of Travel…in Italy 1, 1987, 36

as Professor at Harvard 1, 1987, 39-40

as a sceptic 1, 1987, 38, 39

Norton, Charlotte (Charles Norton’s sister) 1, 1987, 30

Norton, Eliot (Charles Norton’s son) 1, 1987, 37

Norton, Elizabeth Cleghorn (Charles Norton’s daughter)



1, 1987, 37

Norton, Grace (Charles Norton’s daughter) 1, 1987, 32

Norton, John (Charles Norton’s ancestor) 1, 1987, 31

Norton, Louisa (Charles Norton’s sister) 1, 1987, 31

Norton, Susan (née Sedgwick) (Mrs Charles Norton)

1, 1987, 37, 39

Novelle German literary style 12, 1998, 5, 6, 8, 11, 12n9

Novello family 5, 1991, 18-19

nurses/nursing 10, 1996, 24, 47, 50; 11, 1997, 63; 17, 2003, 70, 71-2

Nussey, Ellen 11, 1987, 4, 8, 9

Charlotte Brontë, correspondence with 17, 2003, 75n47
Odyssey 9, 1995, 43

Oedipus complex 2, 1988, 85-6

‘The Old Nurse’s Story’ (short story) 2, 1988, 44; 5, 1991, 67; 8, 1994, 74-5

publication in Household Words 8, 1994, 75

Oldfield, John 10, 1996, 44

‘The Oldham Weaver’ (anon. poem) 8, 1994, 91

quoted in Mary Barton 2, 1988, 5, 6-7; 10, 1996, 28, 30, 36-8; 11, 1997, 48, 50, 51; 13, 1999, 89

Oliphant, Margaret 8, 1994, 54, 55, 65; 10, 1996, 27



Annals of a Publishing House… 8, 1994, 54

on autobiography 14, 2000, 2



Autobiography and Letters… 14, 2000, 64-5, 71n2

critical assessments of 14, 2000, 60-61



The Doctor’s Family 9, 1995, 55, 58-61

on George Eliot 14, 2000, 59-60, 67

on Hardy: Jude the Obscure 14, 2000, 61, 71n8

as a journalist 14, 2000, 59-65, 68



Literary History of England… 14, 2000, 61, 62

men depicted by 9, 1995, 55, 58-61

obituaries of 14, 2000, 61

O’Meara, Kathleen



Madame Mohl… 7, 1993, 23, 34n17

Ommaney, Agnes E. 5, 1991, 9

opium addiction 17, 2003, 6

depicted in Mary Barton 17, 2003, 6-7, 8

opium trade 17, 2003, 4, 5-6, 8, 10n6, 11n12

oral traditions 2, 1988, 5, 6-7, 18-19, 21; 3, 1989, 73-4;



8, 1994, 74-5, 91; 17, 2003, 34

se also dialect words; songs and ballads

Ormond, Leonee



George Du Maurier 1, 1987, 54n1

Orr, Christopher 14, 2000, 100n3

Ossoli, Mme see Fuller, Margaret

Owen’s College, Manchester 17, 2003, 30

Oxford

Brasenose College 10, 1996, cover


pacifism 10, 1996, 48-9; 16, 2002, 51

Page, Norman



The Language of Jane Austen 17, 2003, 53

Speech in the English Novel 8, 1994, 97n8

painters/painting

engravings 1, 1987, 48-9, 50; 2, 1988, 48; 13, 1999, 76

Eliza Fox as an artist 5, 1991, 17, 18, 20, 22, 23, 24, 25

Margaret (‘Meta’) Gaskell as an artist 1, 1987, 38; 8, 1994, 9

landscapes 13, 1999, 75-6

John Ruskin on 1, 1987, 35; 5, 1991, 26; 13, 1999,

1-2, 5, 6-7, 12



see also illustrators/illustrations

Pall Mall Gazette

Elizabeth Gaskell’s unsigned articles in 7, 1993, 30

Palmer, Samuel 4, 1990, 62

paperback editions

of Elizabeth Gaskell’s works 11, 1997, 96-102

Parish, Charles



History of the Newcastle Literary and Philosophical

Society 9,1995, 69n8

Parker Pamela Copron 10, 1996, 20-21

Parker, Theodore 6, 1992, 54

Parkes, Bessie Rayner 5, 1991, 22, 23

as editor, Englishwoman’s Journal 14, 2000, 66-7

Parliamentary representation 2, 1988, 3, 4; 15, 2001, 6

Parr, Harriet 14, 2000, 30

Parr, Norah



James Hogg at Home 8, 1994, 76n2

the past see historical past

paternalism see charity/charitable works

Patmore, Coventry



The Angel in the House 8, 1994, 25; 10, 1996, 65

Patten, Robert see Jordan, John O. and Patten, Robert

Patterson, R. H. 17, 2003, 16

Paulet, Elizabeth (née Newton) (Mrs Etienne Paulet)


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