Agnes Grey

Anne Brontë

WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY SAMANTHA ELLIS

When Agnes’s father loses the family savings, young Agnes determines to make her own living – as a governess. Working for the Bloomfields, her enthusiasm is soon dampened by isolation and the cruelty of the children in her charge. Agnes hopes for better in her second job, but when the scheming elder daughter Rosalie makes designs on Agnes’s new friend, the kind curate Mr Weston, she feels herself silenced and sidelined. Becoming a governess is one thing, becoming invisible is quite another.

  • Vintage Classics
  • Published 12th January 2017
  • 224 Pages
  • 129mm x 198mm x 14mm
  • 161g
  • £6.99