Wives and Daughters

Elizabeth Gaskell

1864
When her father suddenly remarries, the quiet life of Molly Gibson is rocked by the appearance of her new step-sister Cynthia. The narrative follows their lives and explores the role of women, Darwinism, and the hypocrisy of male moral authority.
95 issues

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