The Gaskell Society
Publications

Here is the complete Gaskell postal bookstall list. These books are on our bookstall at major meetings of the Society, and can be sent by post at other times. The prices are given against each title. The books are hardback unless stated otherwise. In some cases there are only one or two copies remaining.

To order please contact publications@gaskell.society.co.uk

Janet Allan
10 Dale Road, New Mills, High Peak, SK22 4NW
Telephone 01663 744233

UK orders: cheques should be payable to The Gaskell Society. Please add postage of £3 for volumes costing £10 and over: those less than £10 are sent post free.

Anne Brontë: educating Parents by Mary Summers
Highgate Publications, 2003. paperback £5

At home with Elizabeth Gaskell by Barbara Brill.
Teamband, 2000. paperback £5.25

Cranford a reading of the complete text by Prunella Scales.
3 tapes. Cover to Cover £25

Cross Street Chapel in the time of the Gaskells by Geoffrey Head.
Cross Street Chapel, 1999. £2

An Elizabeth Gaskell Chronology by Graham Handley.
Palgrave Macmillan 2005. £45

Elizabeth Gaskell and America by Shirley Foster.
Manchester Lit& Phil/Gaskell Society 2002 £2.50

Elizabeth Gaskell an Annotated Guide to English Language Sources 1992-2001 by Nancy Weyant.
Scarecrow Press paperback £38

Elizabeth Gaskell, the Early Years by John Chapple.
Manchester University Press, 1997. £19

Elizabeth Gaskell: a Literary Life by Shirley Foster.
Palgrave Macmillan, 2002. paperback £14

Elizabeth Gaskell’s Mary Barton: a novel of 1848?’
by Angus Easson.
Offprint from the Transactions of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society vol. 86, 1990. £2 paperback

Emily Brontë by Robert Barnard.
The British Library, 2000. paperback £5

The Experienced English Housekeeper by Elizabeth Raffald.
Southover Press 1997, £15

Further Letters of Mrs Gaskell edited by John Chapple & Alan Shelston.
Manchester University Press, 2000. hardback £38.50, paperback 2003, £12.50

Gaskell Society Journals vols. 1-15, and 17, 1987-2001, 2003-5. Gaskell Society. paperback £6 each; volume 16, 2002 with index to vols. 1-16 £9]

Knutsford and Elizabeth Gaskell.
Gaskell Society, 2000. £2.50 paperback

Mary Barton by Elizabeth Gaskell
edited by Angus Easson. Ryburn, 1993. £12

Mrs Gaskell’s Observation and Invention
by John Geoffrey Sharps.
Linden Press, 1970. £15

North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell, edited by Alan Shelston.
Norton £7.99

Private Voices: the diaries of Elizabeth Gaskell & Sophia Holland edited by J.A.V. Chapple and Anita Wilson.
Keele University Press, 1996. £8

The Reverend William Turner; dissent and reform in Georgian Newcastle upon Tyne by Stephen Harbottle
Northern Universities Press, 1997. paperback £17.50

The Story so far: Manchester Academy of Fine Arts from 1859 to 2003 by Sheila Dewsbury.
Manchester Academy of Fine Arts, 2003. paperback, £8.95

William Gaskell by Barbara Brill.
Illustrated. Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, 1984. £5

Wives and Daughters a reading of the complete text
by Prunella Scales.
8 Tapes. Cover to Cover £55

The Society also sells postcards, notelets, badges and paperweights on the bookstall.

All of Elizabeth Gaskell's longer works and collections of her stories are currently available in paperback editions. The "Knutsford" edition of her collected works (8 vols, 1906) while not entirely complete or textually reliable, was produced by her original publisher, Smith Elder & C0., and thus maintains a link with her lifetime. The "Pickering Masters' Edition (General Editor Joanne Shattock, 10 vols, 2005-6) is a complete scholarly edition, with introduction by individual Gaskell scholars, textual variations and notes.