By Ian Scott-Kilvert
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1) Phillis herself is first seen with "the westering sun full on her," gazing steadily at the newcomer with "large, quiet eyes," her plain, dark-blue cotton dress setting off her fairness. " Her closeness to the natural world is emphasized when Holdsworth is called away to Canada. " But it was probably in drawing Mrs. Gibson herself that Mrs. Gaskell took most pleasure. There is a touch of the devil in her skill here that is the more gratifying for being almost unexpected. With her prettiness and her disingenuous air of unselfishness, Mrs.
Two people we know going to be married," says Miss Matty when Lady Glenmire upsets everyone by engaging herself to Mr. Hoggins. " Mary Smith's commentary also helps to establish the Cranford atmosphere, for she identifies herself lovingly with the town and its inhabitants, sharing in their decorous entertainments and practicing the "elegant economy" that "made us very peaceful and satisfied. . If we walked to or from a party it was because the night was so fine, or the air so refreshing, not because sedan chairs were expensive.
The Chartist uprisings of the 1830's and 1840's—which prompted two other novelists, Benjamin Disraeli and Charles Kingsley, to express their views polemically in such works as Sybil (1845) and Alton Locke (1850)—brought home to thousands of ordinary men and women the hard facts of beggary and starvation. Mrs. Gaskell in her social novels voices the good intentions and modest insight of the "aroused" decent citizen, while in the rest of her action she celebrates the quiet country life that she valued and that industrial civilization, spreading with the railroads, was already beginning to threaten with disintegration.
BRITISH WRITERS, Volume 5 by Ian Scott-Kilvert