Libbie Marshs Three Eras

Libbie Marsh’s Three Eras (1847)

Elizabeth Gaskell

A plain woman finds her place and purpose in the world when she becomes attached to the sickly young boy and his mother who live across the street. Touching tale of love and hope in three acts, as it were, and the second a gloriously exhilarating interlude in Dunham Park outside Manchester.

Reviewed by: Nat Hocken

Rating: 5

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