North and South by Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell Page 1 of 577

Contents

CHAPTER I-'HASTE TO THE WEDDING'
CHAPTER II-ROSES AND THORNS
CHAPTER III-'THE MORE HASTE THE WORSE SPEED'
CHAPTER IV-DOUBTS AND DIFFICULTIES
CHAPTER V-DECISION
CHAPTER VI-FAREWELL
CHAPTER VII-NEW SCENES AND FACES
CHAPTER VIII-HOME SICKNESS
CHAPTER IX-DRESSING FOR TEA
CHAPTER X-WROUGHT IRON AND GOLD
CHAPTER XI-FIRST IMPRESSIONS
CHAPTER XII-MORNING CALLS
CHAPTER XIII-A SOFT BREEZE IN A SULTRY PLACE
CHAPTER XIV-THE MUTINY
CHAPTER XV-MASTERS AND MEN
CHAPTER XVI-THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER XVII-WHAT IS A STRIKE?


CHAPTER XVIII-LIKES AND DISLIKES
CHAPTER XIX-ANGEL VISITS
CHAPTER XX-MEN AND GENTLEMEN
CHAPTER XXI-THE DARK NIGHT
CHAPTER XXII-A BLOW AND ITS CONSEQUENCES
CHAPTER XXIII-MISTAKES
CHAPTER XXIV-MISTAKES CLEARED UP
CHAPTER XXV-FREDERICK
CHAPTER XXVI-MOTHER AND SON
CHAPTER XXVII-FRUIT-PIECE
CHAPTER XXVIII-COMFORT IN SORROW
CHAPTER XXIX-A RAY OF SUNSHINE
CHAPTER XXX-HOME AT LAST
CHAPTER XXXI-'SHOULD AULD ACQUAINTANCE BE FORGOT?'
CHAPTER XXXII-MISCHANCES
CHAPTER XXXIII-PEACE
CHAPTER XXXIV-FALSE AND TRUE



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