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This volume of Jane Austen's classic novel of manners and mores in early 19th-century England has an exquisitely designed foil-stamped binding, with distinctive coloured edging and an attractive silk-ribbon bookmark.
First published in 1847, Emily Bronte's classic novel, 'Wuthering Heights', was acknowledged by readers and critics as a tale of dark romance as tempestuous and untamed as its Yorkshire moors setting.
First published in 1897, Bram Stoker's 'Dracula' established the ground rules for virtually all vampire fiction written in its wake. This volume has an exquisitely designed foil-stamped binding, with distinctive coloured edging and an attractive silk-ribbon bookmark.
Since his first literary appearance in 1886, the murderous Mr Hyde has embodied the evil that even good men including his alter ego, Henry Jekyll - are capable of when the constraints of civilized life are loosed. This chilling anthology also collects nine of Stevenson's best-known tales of horror.
'Frankenstein' is often hailed as a masterpiece of 19th-century Gothicism. The monster's culpability for various horrific acts, his powerlessness in the face of his complete ostracism from society and Dr Frankenstein's lies, abdication of responsibility and the pain he inflicts on his creation raise chilling questions.
Follows the life of the orphan, Pip. In this title, we meet him as a tiny, terrified child in a village churchyard. Years later, through the help of a benefactor, Pip will travel to London, full of expectations to become a gentleman. But his life is already tangled in a mystery that surrounds a woman, a recluse, and an ambitious lawyer.
Jane Eyre finds fulfilment in her duties as a governess and the love of her life in her employer Edward Rochester. But when a dark secret from Rochester's past comes to light, Jane must make the most difficult decision of her life.
First published in 1850, Nathaniel Hawthorne's historical study of guilt and sin has since been lauded as the most important work of fiction by its distinguished author - and a landmark of American literature.
Set in London and Paris, 'A Tale of Two Cities' paints a story of economic and political unrest at the time of the French Revolution.