* illustrated with more than 200 good quality images; the novels are illustrated with photographs and illustrations.
* All the poetry of Emily and Anne Brontë, with proper formatting
* Every book has its own contents table.
* Includes ‘Emma’, Charlotte Brontë’s unfinished novel.
* Includes letters of Charlotte Brontë (in Charlotte Brontë and her Circle)
* Includes Branwell Brontë's poetry (in The Brontë Family)
* Includes the poetry of Patrick Brontë, father of the Brontë sisters
* Includes Elizabeth Gaskell's official biography of Charlotte Bronte
* Includes a complete set of major scholarly and authoritative books about the Bronte ranging from 1877 to 1914.
1846 : The Professor
1847 : Jane Eyre
1849 : Shirley
1853 : Villette
1854 : Emma (A Fragment)
1846 : Wuthering Heights
1846 : Agnes Grey
1847 : The Tenant of Wildfell Hall
1811 : Cottage Poems, by the Rev. Patrick Brontë, B.A.
1846 : Poems by Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell
1850 : Selection from the literary remains of Ellis and Acton Bell.
1908 : The Complete Poems of Emily Brontë
1920 : The Complete Poems of Anne Brontë
Official Biography :
1857 : The Life of Charlotte Brontë, vol I, by Elizabeth Gaskell
1857 : The Life of Charlotte Brontë, vol II, by Elizabeth Gaskell
Major books about the Brontës :
1877 : Charlotte Brontë, by Wemyss Reid
1883 : Emily Brontë, by A. Mary F. Robinson
1886 : The Brontë Family vol I, by Francis A. Leyland
1886 : The Brontë Family vol II, by Francis A. Leyland
1896 : Charlotte Brontë and her Circle, by Clement K. Shorter
1912 : The Three Brontës, by May Sinclair
1914 : The secret of Charlotte Brontë, by Frederika Macdonald.
Short Critical Studies :
1902 : Charlotte Brontë, by G.K. Chesterton
1903 : The Challenge of the Brontë, by Edmund Gosse
1916 : Emily Brontë, by Arthur Symons
1916 : Emily Brontë, by G. Arnold Shaw
1916 : Charlotte Brontë, by Elbert Hubbard
1918 : Charlotte and Emily Brontë, by Alice Meynell
The introduction and appendices to this Broadview edition, which place Brontë’s life and novel in the context of the developing “Brontë myth,” explore the impact of industrialization on the people of Yorkshire, consider the novel’s representation of gender, and survey the ways contemporary scholarship has sought to account for Heathcliff, open up multiple contexts within which Wuthering Heights can be read, understood, and enjoyed.
‘Is Mr. Heathcliff a man? If so, is he mad? And if not, is he a devil?’
Set on the bleak moors of Yorkshire, Lockwood is forced to seek shelter at Wuthering Heights, the home of his new landlord, Heathcliff. The intense and wildly passionate Heathcliff tells the story of his life, his all-consuming love for Catherine Earnshaw and the doomed outcome of that relationship, leading to his revenge.
Poetic, complex and grand in its scope, Emily Brontë's masterpiece is considered one of the most unique gothic novels of its time.