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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.
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.
Horror hides behind an attractive face in 'The Picture of Dorian Gray', Oscar Wilde's tale of a notorious Victorian libertine and his life of evil excesses.
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.
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.
Desperate to escape his abusive father and the constraints of the civilized life, young Huck Finn fakes his death and, with the help of his slave friend Jim, embarks on a vagabond life rafting down the Mississippi River.
Inspired by his upbringing in a small township on the Mississippi and written to remind adults of what they once were themselves, and of how they felt and thought, and what queer enterprises they sometimes engaged in, the author's hymn to childhood and the great outdoors remains a classic account of boys on the loose in frontier-era America.
This collection features Chopin's pioneering novel plus a selection of her short stories.
This collection also includes an additional five of Conrad's best stories: 'The Secret Sharer', 'Youth', 'Typhoon', 'Karain: A Memory' and 'Falk: A Reminiscence'.
Includes 'The Hound of the Baskervilles', as well as the following stories: The Musgrave Ritual; The Speckled Band; The Five Orange Pips; The Reigate Squire; A Scandal in Bohemia; The Red-headed League; The Final Problem; The Empty House; The Devil's Foot; and The Hound of the Baskervilles.
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.
The Odyssey reveals a universal order where gods intercede in the destinies of men, heroes are both deceitful and brave and a sea voyage becomes a test of human ingenuity and endurance. Following the fall of Troy, Odysseus sets sail for home.
This anthology gathers over 20 of Poe's groundbreaking tales of the macabre and also includes his trilogy of stories featuring detective C. Auguste Dupin.
Set in Georgian- and Regency-era England, Emma is a classic novel about a young matchmaker's misguided attempts to arrange the affairs of others.