North and South is set in the real industrial town of Milton in the North of England.
Why is Margaret confused about how strikes work?
she is from the south where strikes do not happen
she is from the south where strikes have never worked
she is an uneducated simpleton
all of the answers
What is Nicholas' opinion of workers in the south?
he thinks them "spiritless"
he likes their "work ethic"
he thinks they "would rather starve" than work
he has no opinion of workers in the south
Bessy's mother died because of a poorly managed strike.
What is a strike?
leaving work until wage agreements can be reached
leaving work for fun
leaving work on accident
"Now, it's not so here. We known when we're put upon; and we'en too much blood in us to stand it. " This quote refers to workers of the south.
What makes this source primary?
it was written during the industrial revolution
it is written about the industrial revolution