Flower Phantoms by Ronald Fraser
A light fantasy from Britain in 1926 that tells the story of Judy, a young horticulturist who works at London's historic Kew Gardens. Her older, business-like brother insists on finding her a husband, to which Judy resists and retreats into her obsession with the plant life at Kew.
The Vampyre by John William Polidori
John Polidori's The Vampyre marks the first published vampire story in English. The tale was conceived during the same literary gathering where Mary Shelley began Frankenstein in 1816. This edition includes extracts from Polidori's diaries, a facsimile of Lord Byron's A Fragment, and Byron's published letter denying his authorship.
Lud-in-the-Mist by Hope Mirrlees
Softcover, 366 pages. The highly influential, yet still something of an underground, fantasy classic. Included is Mirrlees's earlier poem, Paris: a Poem, published by Leonard & Virginia Woolf's Hogarth Press in 1920, which has been described as Modernism's lost classic.
Moby-Dick; or, The Whale by Herman Melville
The complete unabridged text with an essay by DH Lawrence and the real-life account of Mocha Dick, from which Melville drew much inspiration.
The Madman, The Forerunner, and The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran
Comprising Kahlil Gibran's first three books, culminating in the highly influential The Prophet. With the original illustrations by Kahlil Gibran himself.
The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde
Now including the 1908 publication Art and Morality: A Record of the Discussion Which Followed the Publication of "Dorian Gray", edited by Stuart Mason.
Venus in Furs by Leopold von Sacher-Masoch
Translated by Fernanda Savage. Including a selection from Psychopathia Sexualis, with an early medical definition and lengthy self-reported case of masochism.