This is a very good hardcover, no dust jacket. 1981 Avenel Edition (Crown Publishers). This copy is very good inside and out. The pages have some light natural tanning from age but are free of foxing or markings. the pages are crisp and clean. Binding tight and straight. Burgundy hardcover boards are very good, there is some wearing at bottom front left corner and minor spots front cover.
Here in one volume are all five novels of the two most famous Brontë sisters, Charlotte and Emily. Charlotte and Emily were two of the six children of a country clergyman. Their mother died young and tow elder sisters died in early childhood. The remaining four, Charlotte, Emily, sister Anne, and brother Branwell were encouraged by their father in their precocity and lived in a wold of literary fantasy. The children would create world written on small sheets of paper which they then bound into books. Their public literary career began when Charlotte decided to publish the poems that had bene part of their childhood into a collection that included work of all three sisters. Although none of the sisters lived a very long life (Charlotte lived long enough to enjoy some of her fame, and died at age thirty-nine) they all spent a life full of imagination.
Novels included in this edition; Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights, Shirley, Villette and The Professor.
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