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North & South: This series operates on many levels. At the heart of the series is the tempestuous relationship between Margaret Hale, a young woman from a southern middle class family who finds herself uprooted to the north, and John Thornton, a formerly poverty-stricken cotton mill owner terrified of losing the viability of his business. Around them are class struggles between the workers and mill owners and ideological struggles between the industrial North and the agrarian South. After moving North, Margaret's father befriends his student Mr. Thornton. Margaret has already formed her opinion of Mr. Thornton independently after seeing him treat his workers harshly. As the series progresses, she and we the audience begin to learn that his strict treatment is due to an overarching concern for his mill and by extension, his employees. John Thornton, on the other hand, is attracted to Margaret's independence and position in society as a well-educated Southerner. As in "Pride and Prejudice" the marriage proposal comes in the middle of the series and is rejected by Margaret. Contrary to "Pride and Prejudice" it is mirrored in social upheaval as the entire town is brought to its knees by a strike. The latter half of the series is an unraveling of the former misunderstandings ending in a romantic reconciliation which is again mirrored by reconciliation between workers and mill owners.

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Title: episode 4 final
Runtime: 235 mins
Genres: Drama Romance
Countries: UK
Actors: Alan Marsh Anna Maxwell Martin Brendan Coyle Brian Protheroe Caroline Pegg Daniela Denby-Ashe David Crellin Jane Booker John Light Lesley Manville Pauline Quirke Richard Armitage Rupert Evans Sinead Cusack Tim Faraday Tim Pigott-Smith Will Tacey William Houston

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Posted by whitewillow 1 year, 2 months ago
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Oh my this was beautiful, love this story!

Posted by beatraider 1 year, 5 months ago
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And they all lived happily ever after that was well worth watching I highly recommend this.... : )

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