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Mr. Thornton’s Dreams: Margaret as Una Duessa

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  2.   Contemporary Women
  3. Monday, 09 December 2019
Mr. Thornton repeatedly dreams of Margaret as Una Duessa in Elizabeth Gaskell’s North and South. He dreamt of her; he dreamt she came dancing towards him with outspread arms and with a lightness and gaiety which made him loathe her even while it allured him……………when he awakened he felt hardly able t...

Margaret Hale, John Thornton: An Enduring Love

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  2.   Contemporary Women
  3. Thursday, 21 November 2019
As seen through the eyes of Margaret Hale, John Thornton, the hero of Elizabeth Gaskell’s novel North and South, is tall, broad-shouldered, about thirty, with a face that is neither exactly plain, nor yet handsome, nothing remarkable. To this perception, her father agrees. The BBC miniseries of the ...

Falling for Mr Thornton, An Anthology

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  2.   Contemporary Women
  3. Friday, 15 November 2019
Falling for Mr. Thornton Falling for Mr Thornton :Tales of North and South—is the title of an anthology of short stories written by twelve authors who love Elizabeth Gaskell’s North and South and/or its BBC adaptation into a four-part miniseries. And quite a title it is, promising riches to the thou...

Losing Your Soulmate: Writing While Grieving

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  2.   Contemporary Women
  3. Tuesday, 30 April 2019
I started a book February of last year, hoping I could finish it and publish it before the end of the year. But as I have said often enough, life intrudes, sometimes in ways you hope it doesn’t. How do you write after losing your soulmate? That book is not close to its conclusion. I’m far from the l...

A Life Well-Lived: A Son’s Tribute To A Father

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  2.   Contemporary Women
  3. Saturday, 16 February 2019
Rich, my husband, passed away just before Christmas. I was and still am in denial. But here’s my son paying tribute to Rich, who was there while he was growing up. A haiku Winter‘s cold dark skiesEmpty house, what’s missing here?Richard John Journey Parkinson’s is an odd disease. On the one hand, it...

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