Source: Black, S. (2019). North and South [Digital montage].
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Elizabeth Gaskell's novel, "North and South" is set in nineteenth century England during the industrial revolution. One of the major themes is the differences between the more rural and genteel south and the more industrialized north part of the country.
Kathryn Hughes explores the role of women in middle class Victorian society. Highlighting the conflicted and restrained behaviour expected of women between being learned but not too intelligent, beautiful but not sexual, Kathryn reveals the expectations on 19th-century women.
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In text reference / citation: Hughes (2014) or (Slater, 2014)
Bibliography / Reference list: Hughes, K (2014). Gender in 19th-century Britain, [eVideo]. British Library, Retrieved from https://youtu.be/vkJJFX8Qn90