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The Tenant of Wildfell HallBroadview's new edition of The Tenant of Wildfell Hall feels like an old friend. If you have perused their excellent editions of Jane Eyre, Villette or Wuthering Heights (2002 and 2007) before, you will have noticed that Broadview commissions always a new edition (from first sources), a new introduction and the big forte: a juicy selection of contemporary texts that contextualise and/or invite to discuss the main issues of the novel.
Written by: Anne Brontë
Edited by: Lee A. Talley
Series: Broadview Editions
Publication Date: August 15, 2009
650pp • Paperback
ISBN: 9781551115085 / 1551115085
I can feel for any one that is unjustly treated -> I can feel for every one that in unjustly treated (p. 209)(6) For instance:
He either has not the sense or the power to follow my example ->He either lacks the sense or the power to follow my example (p. 209)
give me --> given me (p. 216)Categories: Review, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall
with vehemence --> with a vehemence (p. 262)
“It is those bishops that trouble me,” said I; --> “It is those bishops that trouble me,” said he; (p 263)
arm looking --> arm and looking (p. 265)