Saturday, February 07, 2009

Worth Press Brontë editions

Worth Press publishes new editions of Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall with some special extras:

JANE EYRE
By: Charlotte Brontë
Format: Imitation Leather / fine binding
ISBN 10: 1903025559
ISBN 13: 9781903025550
Series: Worth Literary Classics (February 2008)

As well as the complete text in a clear modern typeface, each elegant volume includes engaging introductions by some of the world's most famous literary scholars, together with a full colour section introducing the author's characters, locations and times. There is an additional essay on Charlotte Brontë written by Jane Sellars who was the curator of the Brontë Parsonage Museum from 1989 to 1996. She has written several books on the Brontës and is an art historian, curator and writer. There is also an essay on Jane Eyre's "Geographical" setting written by Ann Dinsdale who is the Collections Manager at the Brontë Parsonage Museum. There is a Brontë Timeline, a map of Brontë country and a Brontë family tree.
12 pages of full colour illustrations by Vanessa Lubach.
WUTHERING HEIGHTS
By: Emily Brontë
Format: Imitation Leather / fine binding
ISBN 10: 1903025567
ISBN 13: 9781903025567
Series: Worth Literary Classics (February 2009)

As well as the complete text in a clear modern typeface, each elegant volume includes engaging introductions by some of the world's most famous literary scholars, together with a full colour section introducing the author's characters, locations and times. There is an additional essay on Emily Brontë written by Edward Chitham and also an essay on "Geographical setting of Wuthering Heights" written by Ann Dinsdale who is the Collections Manager at the Brontë Parsonage Museum. There is a Brontë Timeline, a map of Brontë country and a Brontë family tree.
12 pages of full colour illustrations by Vanessa Lubach.
THE TENANT OF WILDFELL HALL
By: Anne Brontë
Format: Imitation Leather / fine binding
ISBN 10: 1903025575
ISBN 13: 9781903025574
Series: Worth Literary Classics (February 2009)

As well as the complete text in a clear modern typeface, each elegant volume includes engaging introductions by some of the world's most famous literary scholars, together with a full colour section introducing the author's characters, locations and times. There is an additional essay on Anne Brontë written by Edward Chitham who is an Assistant Staff Tutor as The Open University and has written several books on Anne Bronte. There is also an additional essay on the "Geographical Settings of Tenant of Wildfell Hall" by Ann Dinsdale. The principal characters are listed and there are colour illustrations.
12 pages of full colour illustrations by Vanessa Lubach.
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