Brontë, Juvenilia, Literature, Uncategorized

Beautiful Brontë Books

Here’s a post with few words and lots of photos of various Brontë books that I own or have come across in libraries over the past few years. I’m mainly steering clear of Brontë inspired fiction though as I blog about this quite a bit. Reader, do you own any of these editions?








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Bronte Book 14

Bronte Book 10










In Loving Memory of Bob the Bichon.


A lover of life, the Brontës, and Haworth who knows that I’m just going to write because I can’t help it.



By Nicola F. a.k.a. The Brontë Babe.

Thanks for reading. Find me on twitter @BronteBabeBlog where I tweet about books, the Brontës, and animal rights, or on my Brontë Babe Blog Facebook page. Look me up on Goodreads too. I also have a side project where I blog about my love of Classic Crime Fiction over at The Classic Crime Chonicle. I’d love it if you joined me there.

I’d also love it if you stopped by The Journal of Juvenilia Studies where you can read my essay, “Autobiography, Wish-Fulfilment, and Juvenilia. The ‘Fractured Self’ in Charlotte Brontë’s Paracosmic Counterworld”.

Please do not copy, share, or use the images from this post without seeking permission first.

5 thoughts on “Beautiful Brontë Books”

    1. This was one I came across in my old university library when I was researching for my dissertation so I didn’t study it. From what I remember it was interesting for its focus on Branwell and the recollections of him from his friends such as Francis Grundy.

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