New York: The Modern Library #106, N.D. Early Reprint. Cloth. 12mo, red cloth with green labels & gold lettering on spine and front cover, archival mylar-protected pictorial dust jacket (unclipped) with brooding landscape of the Yorkshire Wuthering Heights manse by Aldone, Introduction by Rose Macaulay, Editor's Preface by Currer Bell (pseud. for Emily herself], orange ML decorative Torchbearer endpapers, publisher's green topstain for dust protection, xxvi + 390 pages +  Ads. Fine / Near Fine. Item #5854
Emily Brontë (1818 – 1848) was an English novelist and poet who is best known for her only novel, Wuthering Heights, a classic of English literature.
SUPERIOR CONDITION: tight, bright, clean and surprisingly Uncommon Copy in a remarkably fresh and well-colored dust jacket (unclipped) with traces of edge wear.
Toledano's Guide (pp.165, 176) places the printing of this design for the dust jacket rear panel from 1936-50, while the number "274" printed at the top inside of the dust jacket indicates a printing in 1941, hence making this copy an early reprint of the ML edition.