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Summary of the Old Nurse's Story?

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The Old Nurses Tale was written by Elizabeth Gaskell. This story was written in 1852.This is a ghost story that shows a flip side of the Victorian culture. This story exploits common fears that people would have. The child and the nurse are sent to live in an isolated place by them selves for a long period of time. This is one of the more scarier stories because they go after common fears through out the whole thing.
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