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This best-known episodic book ''Cranford'' is written by an English author, Elizabeth Gaskell. It was first published as a series of articles in the magazine Household Words before being turned into a book with the working title Cranford and being on sale in 1853. The play gradually gained popularity, and at the turn of the 20th century, it received a variety of dramatic adaptations for the stage, radio, and television. A little Cheshire hamlet from Elizabeth Gaskell's upbringing served as the inspiration for her book Cranford. It was initially written as a short story, and it was released in 1851 under the title "Our Society in Cranford." She also authored Ruth, a three-volume book that was published in January 1853, during this time. The eight different titles were originally issued for the episodes that were discussed in Cranford. In the first, a society of women known as "Amazons" who live in affluent poverty are introduced. Being forced to host a visit from her cousin Major Jenkyns stresses out Matty. Mary Smith hires and trains Martha as a new maid. The Great Panic of Cranford (chapters 9-11). In order to take care of Signor Brunoni, where Lady Glenmire meets and marries him.