North and South
ReadHowYouWant.com, 2006 - 400 pages
The book discusses various classes and regions of Victorian England and industrial revolution of the mid-19th century. Margaret Hale moves with her family from the rural South of England to the industrial North. She gets to know about the living conditions of workers and meets a rich mill owner, John Thornton. The novel has several emotional, captivating and exciting moments. A must-read!
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