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Wuthering Heights

Author : Emily Brontë
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Author : Emily Brontë
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Published in 1847, Emily Brontë’s only novel Wuthering Heights is an evergreen classic. A passionate tale of love between Catherine Earnshaw and Heathcliff, the novel challenged Victorian ideals of morality, class, religion and gender inequality. Heathcliff, an orphan, brought to Wuthering Heights by Mr. Earnshaw, represents the quintessential Byronic hero—brooding and enigmatic, whose social status is foregrounded by his lack of a first name. Spurned by Catherine and humiliated by her brother, Hindley, Heathcliff leaves the Heights, only to return later as a revenge-seeking, wealthy and polished man. Catherine chooses to marry Edgar Linton, an antithesis to Heathcliff. What follows is a series of disastrous events in which the characters are consumed by their tragic fate. Evocative and gothic, the novel was initially termed ‘abhorrent’ and later appreciated for its originality and poetic grandeur.

Wuthering Heights

Author : Emily Brontë
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Wuthering Heights

Author : Emily Bronte
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In Emily Brontë's only novel, the passion of Catherine and Heathcliff is as wild as the moors surrounding their childhood home, Wuthering Heights. This dark tale of love and loss, power and possession, action and terrifying reaction, stands as one of the greatest works of fiction in the English language.

Emily Bront s Wuthering Heights

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adapted from the novel by Emily Bronte Drama / Characters: 6 male, 4 female Scenery: Unit set A stunning version of the immortal Bronte novel set amid the bleak beauty of Haworth Moor, where the wild and passionate tale of Heathcliff, a stablehand and the beautiful Cathy Earnshaw is played out with all the vivid depth and intensity of ancient tragedy. A spellbinding love story brought vividly to life in this theatrical adaptation.

Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights

Author : Charlotte Brontë
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Wuthering Heights Emily Bront

Author : Emily Bronte
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Wuthering Heights

Author : Emily Brontë
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Two more new titles in the Barnes & Noble Collectibles classic fiction series, in flexi leather-look binding.

Wuthering Heights

Author : Emily Bronte
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Published in 1845, Emily Bronte’s gothic novel set on the windy moors of Yorkshire is the story of the doomed love between Catherine Earnshaw and her father’s adopted son, Heathcliff. The book was initially poorly received by many critics who found its dark, tragic story needlessly harsh and disturbing. That opinion has not endured, and the only novel Emily Bronte published is now considered to be one of the great classics of English literature.

Emily Bront Wuthering Heights

Author : Emily Brontë
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A central work of modernism, The Waste Land evokes a world of moral, sexual and spiritual decay. In it Eliot gives voice to the deep intellectual uncertainty that had existed from the 1870s and to his own sense of the collapse of civilization. Stephen Coote's critical study outlines the historical background that led Eliot to his bleak vision of humanity. He gives a close account of the development of the poem and disucsses fully its arguments, allusions, poetic techniques and patterns of imagery. There is also a chapter on the crucial role played by Ezra Pound in editing the manuscript. Above all, he seeks to elucidate the way in which Eliot drew upon the rich tradition of past centuries, bringing together myth and life-enhancing poetry to create a work that has become a seminal part of our heritage.