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Wuthering Heights (eBook)Emily Bronte
The first and only novel written by Emily Bronte during her short career, Wuthering Heights is a tale of a passionate but jealous love affair between the mysterious Heathcliff and free-spirited Catherine Earnshaw. Far from a traditional romance, the novel does not shy away from portraying the destructiveness and resentment that can arise from love. Because of its stark portrayal of Heathcliff and Catherine's relationship and the cruelty and suffering that stems from it, Wuthering Heights was highly controversial when published originally in 1847. Now it is considered, alongside Charlotte's Jane Eyre, as the most enduring of all the Bronte Sisters works.
Publisher: HarperCollins Canada
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