transposes the famous novel of small town life by Elizabeth Gaskell from the mid-nineteenth century to the late twentieth. Cranford now has cars, TV, and all the comforts and discomforts of modern life. But it is still a quintessential English small town. Cranford Revisited has a wealth of intriguing tales to tell about its highly individual and sometimes eccentric inhabitants. And whereas the original Cranford was a celebration of the indomitable English spinster, Cranford Revisited celebrates most of all the indomitable married woman of the present. "A delightful book," said the review in the London Times. Can be ordered from Green Bay.
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