The Collector's Library

Summary

The Collector's Library
Parent companyPan Macmillan
Founded2003
FounderMarcus Clapham, Clive Reynard and Ken Webb
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Headquarters locationLondon
Publication typesBooks
Fiction genresClassic literature
Official websitewww.panmacmillan.com/mcl

In September 2003, Barnes & Noble Books of New York began to publish The Collector's Library series of some of the world's most notable literary works. By October 2005, fifty-nine volumes had been printed. Each unabridged volume is book size octodecimo, or 4 x 6-1/2 inches, printed in hardback, on high-quality paper, bound in real cloth, and contains a dust jacket. In 2015, The Collector's Library was acquired by Pan Macmillan.[1]

The stories

Sorted by publication date, then alphabetical by author

References

  1. ^ "Pan Mac buys Collector's Library | The Bookseller". Retrieved 2017-12-26.

Sources

  • Collector's Library. New York: Barnes & Noble Books. 2005.