Wives and Daughters, by Elizabeth Gaskell

Table of Contents

  1. The Dawn of a Gala Day
  2. A Novice Amongst the Great Folk
  3. Molly Gibson’s Childhood
  4. Mr Gibson’s Neighbours
  5. Calf-Love
  6. A Visit to the Hamleys
  7. Foreshadows of Love Perils
  8. Drifting into Danger
  9. The Widower and the Widow
  10. A Crisis
  11. Making Friendship
  12. Preparing for the Wedding
  13. Molly Gibson’s New Friends
  14. Molly Finds Herself Patronized
  15. The New Mamma
  16. The Bride at Home
  17. Trouble at Hamley Hall
  18. Mr Osborne’s Secret
  19. Cynthia’s Arrival
  20. Mrs Gibson’s Visitors
  21. The Half-Sisters
  22. The Old Squire’s Troubles
  23. Osborne Hamley Reviews His Position
  24. Mrs Gibson’s Little Dinner
  25. Hollingford in a Bustle
  26. A Charity Ball
  27. Father and Sons
  28. Rivalry
  29. Bush-Fighting
  30. Old Ways and New Ways
  31. A Passive Coquette
  32. Coming Events
  33. Brightening Prospects
  34. A Lover’s Mistake
  35. The Mother’s Manoeuvre
  36. Domestic Diplomacy
  37. A Fluke, and what Came of it
  38. Mr Kirkpatrick, Q.c.
  39. Secret Thoughts Ooze Out
  40. Molly Gibson Breathes Freely
  41. Gathering Clouds
  42. The Storm Bursts
  43. Cynthia’s Confession
  44. Molly Gibson to the Rescue
  45. Confidences
  46. Hollingford Gossips
  47. Scandal and its Victims
  48. An Innocent Culprit
  49. Molly Gibson Finds a Champion
  50. Cynthia at Bay
  51. ‘Troubles Never Come Alone’
  52. Squire Hamley’s Sorrow
  53. Unlooked-For Arrivals
  54. Molly Gibson’s Worth is Discovered
  55. An Absent Lover Returns
  56. ‘Off with the Old Love, and on with the New.’
  57. Bridal Visits and Adieux
  58. Reviving Hopes and Brightening Prospects
  59. Molly Gibson at Hamley Hall
  60. Roger Hamley’s Confession

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