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Jane Eyre

Paperback, 06/07/2017, £7.99
A pleasant existence as a governess is all she is supposed to hope for - but Jane desperately wants more. And an appointment at the gothic mansion of Thornfield offers her more than she could ever dream of - including a chance at real love. But when tragedy strikes, she will have to use all her bravery.

Charlotte Bronte Revisited

Paperback, 23/03/2016, £14.20
In this bicentennial year, Charlotte Bronte Revisited looks at Charlotte through 21st-century eyes. Discover her private world of convention, rebellion and imagination, and how they shaped her life, writing and obsessions - including the paranormal, nature, feminism and politics.

Jane Eyre

Hardback, 01/11/2008, £14.99
Orphaned into the household of her Aunt Reed at Gateshead, subject to the cruel regime at Lowood charity school, Jane Eyre nonetheless emerges unbroken in spirit and integrity.

Shirley

Paperback, 29/06/2006, £7.99
Struggling manufacturer Robert Moore has introduced labour saving machinery to his Yorkshire mill, arousing a ferment of unemployment and discontent among his workers. Set during the Napoleonic wars at a time of national economic struggles, this work depicts the conflict between classes, sexes and generations.

Stancliffe's Hotel

Paperback, 03/03/2016, £2.00
Containing witty vignettes, that is set in the author's imaginary world of Angria, this book features debauched aristocrats, high-society courtesans and the rakish, brooding hero Zamorna.

Charlotte Bronte: A Life

Paperback, 07/04/2016, £9.99
Raised motherless on remote Yorkshire moors, watching five beloved siblings sicken and die, haunted by unrequited love: Charlotte Bronte's life has all the drama and tragedy of the great Gothic novels it inspired. This book presents an illuminating account of one of our best-loved novelists.

Life of Charlotte Bronte

Paperback, 29/01/1998, £10.99
A biography of Charlotte that recounts Charlotte Bronte's life from her isolated childhood, through her years as a writer who had 'foreseen the single life' for herself, to her marriage at thirty-eight and death less than a year later.

Selected Letters

7, 09/09/2010, £9.99
Charlotte Bronte's letters are our most direct source of information about the Brontes and the life of the novelist. Vivid and passionate, they describe her inmost feelings as well as the world around her in Haworth, Belgium, and London. They offer insights into her novels and the development of her literary style.