c. Late 1800s - Works of Bronte
By Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte
Undated, c. Late 1880s
United States Book Company, Publisher/ New York
The Brontë sisters, Charlotte, Emily, and Anne, were literary trailblazers of the 19th century, each leaving a lasting legacy with their remarkable contributions to literature. Born in Yorkshire, England, during a time when female authors faced societal barriers, the sisters challenged conventions through their profound storytelling. Charlotte Brontë's "Jane Eyre" explored themes of love and social class, Emily's "Wuthering Heights" delved into passion and revenge, while Anne addressed women's independence in works like "Agnes Grey" and "The Tenant of Wildfell Hall." Their writings, marked by intense emotion and keen insights into human nature, have transcended their era, earning the Brontë sisters an esteemed place in literary history and influencing generations of readers and writers.
The Tenant of Wildfell Hall
Professor, Emma & Poems
Wuthering Heights and Life of Charlotte Bronte
Morocco three quarter leather with marbled boards, gilt detail/lettering to spine, frontispiece, gilt top edges, matching marbled endpapers, all binding tight and secure, clean pages. Light tubbing to spine/board edges and corners. Inside of volumes appear unread/like new. Overall Very Good condition to all volumes!
Size: 5” x 7 1/2”