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Choisya
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'Ford's Debt to Mrs Gaskell' and Cranford

I have just come across this academic article on the internet and as some of us have recently read Cranford, I thought it would be of interest:-

http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0403/is_3_44/ai_53520017
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Re: 'Ford's Debt to Mrs Gaskell' and Cranford



Choisya wrote:
I have just come across this academic article on the internet and as some of us have recently read Cranford, I thought it would be of interest:-

http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0403/is_3_44/ai_53520017




neat find, Choisya. Thanks.



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Re: 'Ford's Debt to Mrs Gaskell' and Cranford

I skimmed that article but I will return to it after I read Gaskell.

I came to think about the fact that people ripped hemingway's private life into shreds but Ford seemed to manage such heartless scrutiny of his private life.

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