Mr. Harrison's Confessions

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Mr. Harrison’s Confessions is an episodic 1851 long short story or novella (over 29,000 words) by Elizabeth Gaskell about a doctor in provincial England. It is notable for being a prequel to her novel Cranford. With Cranford, "The Last Generation in England", and My Lady Ludlow, it was adapted for TV in 2007 as Cranford.

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  • Mr. Harrison's Confessions
  • Mr. Harrison's Confessions public domain audiobook at LibriVox
  • Marie Fitzwilliam, "Mr Harrison's Confessions": A Study of the General Practitioner's Social and Professional Disease in Mid-Nineteenth Century England (The Gaskell Society Journal, Volume 12 - 1998 - pp. 28-36)
  • Uglow, Jenny (3 November 2007). "Band of women". The Guardian. Retrieved 2007-11-06.