The Clarendon Edition of The Professor marks the first time this novel--or in fact any major novel by Charlotte Bronte--has appeared in an edition based directly on the author's manuscript. The editors provide a substantial introduction, giving a full account of the novel's composition, and include full indexes to biblical and literary allusions.
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LM Montgommery is said to have mentioned that Charlotte Bronte was not very funny. I diagree completey. In Jane Eyre she is practically hillarious at times, but in this book she is really NEVER funny ... Read full review
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