Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre jewelry from the British Library

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Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre jewelry from the British Library

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1clarelouise
Mayo 31, 2012, 1:45am

http://shop.bl.uk/mall/departmentpage.cfm/BritishLibrary/256021/1/1 The British library has jewelry with text from both these

2CurrerBell
Mayo 31, 2012, 9:10pm

I see they've also got Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights mugs based on the old orange-covered Penguin designs.

What would be an especially nice textual piece for a text bracelet on Emily would be her poem No Coward Soul Is Mine, or just the first stanza if the entire poem is too long. Charlotte's We Wove a Web in Childhood would definitely be too long for a bracelet, but they'd only really need the first two stanzas.

And, as usual, poor Anne gets left out. {grr}

But I wonder what happens if you try getting through airport security (at least in the U.S.) if you're wearing that "Jack the Ripper" bracelet?

3clarelouise
Editado: Mayo 31, 2012, 11:23pm

I've got the Wuthering Heights mug and the matching note book. There is also a water bottle with the old penguin covers. I did think the Jack the Ripper bracelet was a little odd but I am going to get the black WH one. I alway have a copy of WH on me but these days it is on my ipad. That book is the best thing ever written. So being able to wear the text will be wonderful. The poems would be lovely to wear too. Why does poor Anne miss out? I loved Agnes Gray and Tennent.