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Jane Austen, the Brontë sisters, Louisa May Alcott… Timeless Classics offers you a superb selection of novels that revolutionised the female universe.

Each book is a magnificent tribute to our inspiring women writers and their heroines

Why is Pride and Prejudice still so breathtakingly relevant?
Why is Little Women so avant-garde?
Why does Jane Eyre continue to be so inspiring in the 21st century?

Why do we find these deliciously classic stories so decidedly modern?

Because their heroines are women who embody freedom and the importance of being oneself. Women who are proud of being women and who insist on their rights and their role in society.

Timeless Classics : a jewel of Victorian publishing designed to occupy a permanent place on our bookshelves

A true publishing treasure, the splendid cover illustrations with gold embossing, inspired by exuberant naturalistic motifs of the period, spill across the front and back covers and spine, transforming each book into a unique and beautiful object.

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Issue 1, Pride and Prejudice from Jane Austen, for £2.99

Issue 2, Wuthering Heights from Emily Brontë, for £11.99
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Inspired by original designs from the prestigious Cranford collection, these elegant bookmarks have been created in a matching range of harmonious colours and gold-embossing.


Receive 2 sets of three splendid LIMITED-EDITION illustrations created by Hugh Thomson, one of the 19th century’s most famous illustrators, for the prestigious Cranford collection. Colourised versions with delicate gold embossing and printed on premium paper. Size: 21 x 30 cm.



In a pure Art Deco style, their harmonious, geometric, wrought-iron design will bring added visual appeal to your exquisite collection.

(The bookends are supplied without the books)

Issues - click a cover to find out more


    • 1st Issue: Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen
    • 2nd Issue: Wuthering Heights - Emily Brontë
    • 3rd Issue: Little Women - Louisa May Alcott
    • 4th Issue: Jane Eyre - Charlotte Brontë
    • 5th Issue: Sense and Sensibility - Jane Austen
    • 6th Issue: The Age of Innocence - Edith Wharton
    • 7th Issue: Emma - Jane Austen
    • 8th Issue: Agnes Grey - Anne Brontë
    • 9th Issue: Persuasion - Jane Austen
    • 10th Issue: The Professor - Charlotte Brontë
    • 11th Issue: Mansfield Park - Jane Austen
    • 12th Issue: Good Wives - Louisa May Alcott
    • 13th Issue: The House of Mirth - Edith Wharton
    • 14th Issue: Far from the Madding Crowd - Thomas Hardy
    • 15th Issue: Northanger Abbey - Jane Austen
    • 16th Issue: The Scarlet Letter - Nathaniel Hawthorne
    • 17st Issue: Washington Square - Henry James
    • 18nd Issue: Villette - Charlotte Brontë
    • 19rd Issue: Lady Susan. The Watson. Sanditon - Jane Austen
    • 20rd Issue: North and South - Elizabeth Gaskell
    • 21th Issue: The Awakening - Kate Chopin
    • 22th Issue: The Tenant of Wildfell Hall - Anne Brontë
    • 23th Issue: Cranford - Elizabeth Gaskell
    • 24th Issue: Vanity Fair I - William Makepeace Thackeray
    • 25th Issue: Vanity Fair II - William Makepeace Thackeray
    • 26th Issue: Love and Friendship - Jane Austen
    • 27th Issue: Silvia's Lovers - Elizabeth Gaskell
    • 28th Issue: Tess of the D'Ubervilles - Thomas Hardy
    • 29th Issue: The Mother's Recompense - Edith Wharton
    • 30th Issue: The Wings of the Dove - Henry James
    • 31th Issue: Moll Flanders - Daniel Defoe
    • 32th Issue: Miss Mackenzie - Anthony Trollope
    • 33th Issue: The Portrait of Lady I - Henry James
    • 34th Issue: The Portrait of Lady II - Henry James
    • 35th Issue: The Custom of the Country - Edith Wharton
    • 36th Issue: Mary Barton - Elizabeth Gaskell
    • 37th Issue: Middlemarch I - George Eliot
    • 38th Issue: Middlemarch II - George Eliot
    • 39th Issue: The Blue Castle - Lucy Maud Montgomery
    • 40th Issue: The Ambassadors - Henry James
    • 41th Issue: The Reef - Edith Wharton
    • 42th Issue: An Eye for an Eye - Anthony Trollope
    • 43th Issue: The Bostonians - Henry James
    • 44th Issue: Summer - Edith Wharton
    • 45th Issue: The Moorland Cottage - Elizabeth Gaskell


Here you’ll find the answers to any doubts you might have about details of the collection and subscription terms and conditions. For more information don’t hesitate to call our customer services centre on 0345 155 6396.

What is the advantage of a subscription?
Subscribers get all issues delivered to their home at no extra cost, so you’ll never miss an issue. AND subscribers receive FIVE fantastic gifts worth £60 totally FREE!

1st gift: Elegant bookmarks
2nd gift: A free issue
3rd and 4th gifts: Two free sets of 3 limited-edition prints
5th gift: Two free elegant bookends

What happens if the gifts are no longer available?
Should the gifts be out of stock, we reserve the right to substitute them with similar articles of the same value. The articles are a non-monetary bonus and therefore cannot be exchanged for the same value in cash.

What does each issue cost?
The first issue comes at the special price of £2.99. All further issues will cost £11.99.

When will I receive the different issues?
With the first and second delivery you’ll receive a maximum of four issues, depending on which issue you started your subscription with. From issue 8, each delivery will consist of 4 issues and will be dispatched every 4 weeks. You will receive your FREE bookmarks with your first delivery, your FREE issue with your 4th delivery, your FREE first limited-edition prints with your 5th delivery, your FREE second limited-edition prints with your 6th delivery and your FREE bookends with your 10th delivery.

Payments are taken every 28 days for 4 issues at a time. At the start of your subscription some payments may be closer together in order to bring you in line with the latest edition.

What happens if one of my issues arrives damaged?
Should this happen, please contact our customer services centre immediately. Damaged issues can, with the agreement of customer services, be sent back at our expense to be replaced with an undamaged issue.

Will there be any cost for postage and shipping?
No, we bear all costs for you.

How do I cancel?
You can cancel a subscription at any time by contacting our customer services department.