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  • Andi Grant

    NORTH AND SOUTH --- “He could not forget the touch of her arms around his neck, impatiently felt as it had been at the time; but now the recollection of her clinging defence of him, seemed to thrill him through and through,—to melt away every resolution, all power of self-control, as if it were wax before a fire.” ― Elizabeth Gaskell, North and South

  • StefaniRae

    My favorite book - it's Pride and Prejudice with more substance (labor unions and class differences)..

  • Carrie McIntyre

    North and South (Penguin Classics) by Elizabeth Gaskell,

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