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A  SELECT  BIBLIOGRAPHY                      41
George Smith (printed in The Haworth Edition) or those to
Monsieur Heger and others (printed in The Shakespeare Head
Bronte).
THE BRONTE LETTERS. Edited by Muriel Spark (1954).
A Selection of 130 letters from the Brontes and other relevant
correspondents.                      ^
NOTE: The novels of the Bronte Sisters have been published
in The World's Classics, Everyman, Nelson Classics, The
Heather Edition, Collins Classics and other popular series.
There are also many separate editions of individual
novels.
Separate Works:
Rev. Patrick Bronte
COTTAGE POEMS (i8n). Poems.
THE RURAL MINSTREL (1812). Poems.
THE COTTAGE IN THE WOOD (1815). Story and Poems.
THE MAID OF KTLLARNEY (l8l8). Story.
COLLECTED WORKS AND LIFE, edited by J. Horsfall Turner (1898).
Charlotte Bronte (pseud. Currer Bell)
JANE EYREAn Autobiography. Edited by Currer Bell. 3 vols.
(1847). Novel Reprinted 1848 as 'By Currer Bell', with
Preface.
SHIRLEYA Tale, 3 vols. (1849). Novel
VILLETTE, 3 vols. (1853). Novel
THE PROFESSORA Tale, 2 vols. (1857). Novel.
Reprinted 1860 with Emma, a fragment of a Novel, first pub-
lished in the Cornhill Magazine 1860.
COMPLETE POEMS OF CHARLOTTE BRONTE, edited by C. K. Shorter
and C. W. Hatfield (1923). Poems.
THE TWELVE ADVENTURES AND OTHER STORIES, edited by C.  K.
Shorter (1925). Stones.
THE SPELLAn Extravaganza. Edited by G. E. Maclean. Oxford
(1931). Juvenilia.
LEGENDS OF ANGRiA. Compiled by F. E. Ratchford and W. C. de
Vane. New Haven (1933). Juvenilia.
A number of Charlotte Bronte's poems, stories, and fragments
were privately printed in separate editions by C. K. Shorter.