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It's 1832 in West Yorkshire, England -- the cradle of the evolving Industrial Revolution -- where landowner Anne Lister is determined to save her faded ancestral home, Shibden Hall, even if it means bucking society's expectations. In addition to reopening the coal mines, a part of Lister's plan to help her family is to marry well. But the charismatic, single-minded Lister -- who dresses head-to-toe in black and charms her way into high society -- has no intention of marrying a man. "Gentleman Jack" examines Lister's relationships with her family, servants, tenants and industrial rivals, and would-be wife. The real-life Anne Lister's story was recorded in her diaries, and the most intimate details of her life are revealed for the series.

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Lister finds acceptance and appreciation in Danish high society; when difficult news arrives from Shibden, Lister is faced with the decision to stay in Europe or go back home; Ann Walker makes a bold resolution about her future.
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Lister invites Christopher Rawson to Shibden to rebuke him for publicly insulting Marian; Lister comes up with a bold strategy to mine her own coal; Ann Walker discovers that her brother-in-law plans to marry her off to his penniless cousin.
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In 1832 Halifax, Anne Lister turns to Shibden Hall and discovers that her would-be companion, the aristocratic Vere Hobart, has accepted a marriage proposal from a man; Anne plans to transform the estate after learning that her land is rich in coal.
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With Ann Walker's mental state in a downward spiral, Lister is forced to contemplate traveling to Europe alone, despite her family's warnings that doing so will raise eyebrows; Lister reopens her coal mine negotiations with the Rawson brothers.
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When the widowed Reverend Ainsworth arrives in Halifax and sets his sights on Ann Walker, Lister sets out to deal with the clergyman in her own inimitable manner; Lister's ambitious plans to transform her estate lead her into trouble.
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Dr. Belcombe confirms that Lister is the perfect tonic for Ann Walker's nervous disorder; as her rivalry with Christopher Rawson heats up, Lister steps up her plan to reopen her old coal mines; Eugénie's misfortune has implications for John Booth.
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Lister confides her hopes for a future with Ann Walker to her aunt; the Rawson brothers step up their attempts to out-maneuver Lister in the coal business; Marian grows annoyed that her sister is treating Shibden like a hotel.
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Lister begins a playful but dangerous courtship of Ann Walker; Lister's plan to excavate her coal mines brings her into the path of local magistrate Christopher Rawson and his brother Jeremiah; Lister's servant offers a solution to Eugénie's problem.

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