Charlotte Brontė's High Life in Verdopolis: A Story from the Glass Town Saga Presented with Facsimile Illustrations from the Manuscript and Drawings by Charlotte Brontė Herself ; Introduced and Edited by Christine Alexander
Written by Charlotte Bronte at the age of 17, this is a romantic story woven around the original characters in her imaginary African kingdom of Angria. This is the first separate edition of the story, and is illustrated with facsimiles of the author's own illustrations.
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