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North And South Gaskell Quotes By Elizabeth Gaskell

It is always the savage lads, with their love of excitement, who head the riot - reckless to what bloodshed it may lead. — Elizabeth Gaskell

North And South Gaskell Quotes By Elizabeth Gaskell

He loved her, and would love her; and defy her, and this miserable bodily pain. — Elizabeth Gaskell

North And South Gaskell Quotes By Elizabeth Gaskell

Look back. Look back at me.
Richard Armitage spoke this line in the movie North and South as he watched Miss Hale drive away in a carriage. — Elizabeth Gaskell

North And South Gaskell Quotes By Elizabeth Gaskell

If they came sorrowing, and wanting sympathy in a complicated trouble like the present, then they would be felt as a shadow in all these houses of intimate acquaintances, not friends — Elizabeth Gaskell

North And South Gaskell Quotes By Elizabeth Gaskell

She is too perfect to be known by fragments. No mean brick shall be a specimen of the building of my palace. — Elizabeth Gaskell

North And South Gaskell Quotes By Elizabeth Gaskell

He swallowed down the dry choking sobs which had been heaving up from his heart hitherto ... — Elizabeth Gaskell

North And South Gaskell Quotes By Elizabeth Gaskell

It is bad to believe you in error. It would be infinitely worse to have known you a hypocrite. — Elizabeth Gaskell

North And South Gaskell Quotes By Elizabeth Gaskell

The distant sea, lapping the sandy shore with measured sound; the nearer cries of the donkey-boys; the unusual scenes moving before her like pictures, which she cared not in her laziness to have fully explained before they passed away; the stroll down to the beach to breathe the sea-air, soft and warm on the sandy shore even at the end of November; the great long misty sea-line touching the tender-coloured sky; the white sail of a distant boat turning silver in some pale sunbeam: - it seemed as if she could dream her life away in such luxury of pensiveness, in which she made her present all in all, from not daring to think of the past, or wishing to contemplate the future. — Elizabeth Gaskell

North And South Gaskell Quotes By Elizabeth Gaskell

Of all faults the one she most despised in others was the want of bravery; the meanness of heart which leads to untruth. — Elizabeth Gaskell

North And South Gaskell Quotes By Elizabeth Gaskell

I only mean, Bessy, there's good and bad in everything in this world; and as you felt the bad up here, I thought it was but fair you should know the bad down there. — Elizabeth Gaskell

North And South Gaskell Quotes By Elizabeth Gaskell

Margaret the Churchwoman, her father the Dissenter, Higgins the Infidel, knelt down together. It did them no harm. — Elizabeth Gaskell

North And South Gaskell Quotes By Elizabeth Gaskell

North and South has both met and made kind o' friends in this big smoky place. — Elizabeth Gaskell

North And South Gaskell Quotes By Elizabeth Gaskell

Oh, I can't describe my home. It is home, and I can't put its charm into words — Elizabeth Gaskell

North And South Gaskell Quotes By Elizabeth Gaskell

Oh, my Margaret
my Margaret! no one can tell what you are to me! Dead
cold as you lie there you are the only woman I ever loved! Oh, Margaret
Margaret! — Elizabeth Gaskell

North And South Gaskell Quotes By Elizabeth Gaskell

Well, He had known what love was-a sharp pang, a fierce experience, in the midst of whose flames he was struggling! but, through that furnace he would fight his way out into the serenity of middle age,-all the richer and more human for having known this great passion. — Elizabeth Gaskell

North And South Gaskell Quotes By Elizabeth Gaskell

There was a filmy veil of soft dull mist obscuring, but not hiding, all objects, giving them a lilac hue, for the sun had not yet fully set; a robin was singing ... The leaves were more gorgeous than ever; the first touch of frost would lay them all low to the ground. Already one or two kept constantly floating down, amber and golden in the low slanting sun-rays. — Elizabeth Gaskell

North And South Gaskell Quotes By Elizabeth Gaskell

Take care. -If you do not speak- I shall claim you as my own in some presumptuous way. -Send me away at once, if I must go; -Margaret!- — Elizabeth Gaskell

North And South Gaskell Quotes By Elizabeth Gaskell

The more it rains and blows, the more certain we are to have him. — Elizabeth Gaskell

North And South Gaskell Quotes By Elizabeth Gaskell

Dixon was not unconscious of this awed reverence which was given to her; nor did she dislike it; it flattered her as much as Louis the Fourteenth was flattered by his courtiers shading their eyes from the dazzling light of his presence. — Elizabeth Gaskell