334–Chapter 5 — North & South
We are reading Elizabeth Gaskell’s North and South, chapter 5, with many thanks to our reader, Barbara Edleman. Book talk begins at 16:20 minutes. The first N&S episode is 331.
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The Thirty-Nine Articles in question.
Manchester = Milton-Northern
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