Disavowal, Defence and Voyeurism in the Narration of Elizabeth Gaskell's Cousin Phillis1

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Description: Elizabeth Gaskell's novella Cousin Phillis was completed after Sylvia's Lovers and appeared serially in the Cornhill magazine between November 1863 and February 1864. It is the story of young Paul Manning's frustrated efforts to woo Phillis Holman, a distant cousin of his that he meets upon taking up a position as clerk to Edward Holdsworth, to whom she is also introduced and for whose looks and learning she falls, only to be abandoned shortly afterwards, the whole affair culminating in Phillis's physical and mental collapse.
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