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See more. In she co-authored with her husband a cycle of poems, Sketches among the Poor, which was published in Blackwood's Magazine in January In July the Gaskells travelled to Belgium and Germany, and German literature came to have a strong influence on her short stories. Her next work, The Sexton's Hero, was published under the same pseudonym. She made her last use of the pseudonym in , with the publication of her story Christmas Storms and Sunshine. Her first novel, Mary Barton, was published in October In the Gaskells moved to a villa at 84 Plymouth Grove, where Elizabeth wrote her remaining literary works, while her husband held welfare committees and tutored the poor in his study.
The Gaskells' social circle included writers, religious dissenters and social reformers such as William and Mary Howitt. In early Mrs Gaskell wrote to Charles Dickens asking for advice about assisting a girl named Pasley whom she had visited in prison.
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Pasley provided her with a model for the title character of Ruth in Lizzie Leigh was published in March and April , in the first numbers of Dickens's journal Household Words, in which many of her works were to be published, including Cranford and North and South, her novella My Lady Ludlow, and short stories.