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... differences between two realms. The Southern England’s cultured and commercial versus the gritty economic life of the Northern England. The southern village of Helstone is "like a village in a poem—in one of Tennyson 's poems." And the northern town of Milton can be described as "Here and there a great oblong many-windowed factory stood up, like a hen among her chickens, puffing out black 'un-parliamentary ' smoke." Although it was not ‘pretty’, the north was necessary because that’s where England’s manufacturing occurred. The industrial revolution changed how society functioned in the home and in public. They went from a lowly farm life to booming technological advances. This engaging story was able to draw on both lifestyles and presented one example of how a headstrong woman like Margaret was forced to adapt to the changing economy, society, family and world.
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