Win the top 10 books in the Everyman's Library
Sunday 07 October 2012
Everyman's Library is celebrating its 21st birthday this Autumn.
Founded in 1906 and relaunched in 1991, Everyman's Library is on a mission to publish all the classics in beautifully presented, affordable editions and make them available to the masses. There are now more than 500 titles in the range.
We've got the top 10 suggested titles, worth more than £100, to give away.
- Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice
- Charlotte Brontë Jane Eyre
- Charles Dickens Great Expectations
- George Eliot Middlemarch
- F Scott Fitzgerald The Great Gatsby
- Ernest Hemingway The Collected Stories
- Gabriel García Márquez One Hundred Years of Solitude
- George Orwell Nineteen Eighty-Four
- Oscar Wilde Plays, Prose Writings and Poems
- P G Wodehouse The Best of Wodehouse: An Anthology
To enter, simply answer the question below.
Everyman's Library has launched a new website, here.
This competition closes on Monday 29 October. The Independent's usual terms and conditions apply.
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