North and SoutheBook - 2012
North and South is a novel that exposed Victorian inequalities. Margaret Hale, a woman from the South of England, moves to the industrialized North of England where she is shocked by the huge inequalities between the rich and the working class. This serves as a backdrop for a conflicted love story. Margaret finds herself falling in love with John Thornton, the owner of the local mill. But her concern for the Mill's striking workers complicates the relationship. A classic tale of class and love.
Publisher: [United States] : Start Publishing, c2012
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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