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Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865

LC control no.n 80010119
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPR4710 PR4711
Personal name headingGaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865
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Variant(s)Author of Mary Barton, 1810-1865
Gaskell, E. C. (Elizabeth Cleghorn), 1810-1865
Gaskell, Elizabeth, 1810-1865
Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn Stevenson, 1810-1865
Gaskell, Mrs., 1810-1865
Stevenson, Elizabeth, 1810-1865
Gaskell, Isabel C., 1810-1865
Stevenson, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865
See alsoAlternate identity: Mills, Cotton Mather, 1810-1865
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Other standard no.39377536
Associated countryEngland Great Britain
Birth date1810-09-29
Death date1865-11-12
Place of birthChelsea (London, England)
Place of deathHampshire (England)
Field of activityNovels Short stories Biographies
Profession or occupationAuthors Novelists Biographers
Found inHer Life of Charlotte Brontï.
Her Sylvia's lovers, 1982: CIP t.p. (Elizabeth Gaskell)
Her Four short stories, 1983: t.p. (Elizabeth Gaskell) prelim. p. 1 (née Stevenson)
Life of Charlotte Brontë, 1857: t.p. (E.C. Gaskell)
Email message from Mary H. Kuhlman, Dept. of English, Creighton Univ., Omaha, NE 68178, Jan. 7, 1998 ("Mrs. Gaskell" used the nom de plume of "Cotton Mather Mills")
Cranford, 1935: t.p. (Mrs. Gaskell)
North and south, 1855: t.p. (by the author of Mary Barton)
Oxford dictionary of national biography online, 16 November 2010 (Elizabeth Gaskell born 09-29-1810 in Chelsea, London, England; died at The Lawn, Holybourne, near Alton in Hampshire, England on 11-12-1865)
Cranford, 1952: title page (Isabel C. Gaskell)
Wikipedia, March 12, 2016 (Elizabeth Gaskell; Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell, née Stevenson (29 September 1810-12 November 1865), often referred to simply as Mrs Gaskell, was an English novelist and short story writer during the Victorian era; born Elizabeth Stevenson, Chelsea, London, England; died Holybourne, Hampshire, England)
IMDb, March 12, 2016 (Elizabeth Gaskell (1810-1865). Born: Elizabeth Cleghorn Stevenson, September 29, 1810 in Chelsea, London, England. Died: November 12, 1865 (age 55) in Holybourne, Hampshire, England)
Britannica online, March 12, 2016 (Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell, English writer; Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell, née Stevenson (born Sept. 29, 1810, Chelsea, London, Eng.--died Nov. 12, 1865, near Alton, Hampshire), English novelist, short-story writer, and first biographer of Charlotte Brontë)
LAC internal file, May 13, 2019 (access point: Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865)
Wikpedia, April 21, 2023 (Elizabeth Gaskell; Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell (née Stevenson; 29 September 1810, Chelsea, London, England--12 November 1865, Holybourne, Hampshire, England), often referred to as Mrs Gaskell, was an English novelist, biographer and short story writer; her first novel, Mary Barton, was published in 1848; Gaskell's The Life of Charlotte Brontë, published in 1857, was the first biography of Charlotte Brontë; among Gaskell's best known novels are Cranford (1851-1853), North and South (1854-1855), and Wives and Daughters (1865), all having been adapted for television by the BBC; her first short story was published in 1847 as Libbie Marsh's Three Eras, in Howitt's Journal, under the pseudonym "Cotton Mather Mills")
National bib agency no.1005C6553E
Associated languageeng
Quality codenlc