Here is a list of where the Dupine books are, sorry I didn't email it to you before but I did not go into work yesterday as I was feeling under some weather. Perhaps it is because I have been through the wringer! (what is a wringer?)
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Date: 26-Jun-2007 17:05
Subject: Dupine stockists
What a curious request. Dupine Classics were cheap as chips (look who wrote Wuthering Heights according to them!). I don't know for the life of me why we acquired them. I've been looking for where editions might still be stocked but the database keeps crashing, so I haven't got them all. I think there are a few more in bookshops and libraries up north. But in the meantime, here's what I could find. Apart from Foyle's, where there's quite a few, I think all the places only have one book each.
Birmingham, Waterstone's (New Street)
High Wycombe, Waterstone's
Leeds, The Idle Hour
London, Forbidden Planet (what a classic book is doing there, I don't know)
Reading, Waterstone's (Broad Street)
Whitby, The Whitby Bookshop
And some libraries.
St Ive's Library