A Select Bibliography
(Place of publication London, unless stated otherwise.)
A BRONTE LIBRARY—A Catalogue of Printed Books, Manuscripts,
and Autograph Letters "by the Members of the Bronte Family,
collected by T. J. "Wise (1929).
CATALOGUE OF THE [Parsonage] MUSEUM AND LIBRARY [at Haworth]
by J. A. Symington, Haworth (1927).
A separate Catalogue of the Bonne!! Collection in the Haworth
Museum was published at Haworth in 1932.
See also under The Shakespeare Head Bronte t Bronte Society
Transactions (vols. i, 6, 59) and The Four Brontes, by L. and
E. M. Hanson, 1949.
POEMS BY CURRER^ ELLIS, AND ACTON BELL, Aylott & Jones
(1846). The unsold sheets were re-issued by Smith Elder in
THE ORPHANS AND OTHER POEMS BY CHARLOTTE, EMILY, AND
BRANWELL BRONTE (1917).
THE LIFE [by Mrs. Gaskell] AND WORKS OF CHARLOTTE BRONTE
AND HER SISTERS, 7 Vok (1872-3).
Re-published (1899-1900) as The Haworth Edition with Intro-
ductions by Mrs. Humphry Ward and Notes by C. K. Shorter.
THE WORKS OF CHARLOTTE, EMILY, AND ANNE BRONTE, 12 vols.
The standard library edition, frequently reprinted.
THE SHAKESPEARE HEAD BRONTE. Edited by T. J. Wise and J. A.
Symington. 19 vols. Oxford (1931-8).
The definitive edition to date, though incomplete. Contains
the Novels (n vols.), Life and Letters (4 vols.), Miscellaneous
and Unpublished Writings (2 vols.) (Angrian scripts by Char-
lotte and Branwell), Poems (2 vols.), Bibliography.
THE BRONTES: LIFE AND LETTERS, by C. K. Shorter, 2 vols. (1908).
The correspondence, here printed for the first time in chrono-
logical order, does not include the letters to Mr, and Mrs,