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Wuthering Heights

"In nineteenth-century Yorkshire, the passionate attachment between a headstrong young girl and a foundling boy brought up by her father causes disaster for them and many others, even in the next generation."

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  • "Wuthering Heights"
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  • "Selected poems"

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  • ""In nineteenth-century Yorkshire, the passionate attachment between a headstrong young girl and a foundling boy brought up by her father causes disaster for them and many others, even in the next generation.""@en
  • ""In nineteenth-century Yorkshire, the passionate attachment between a headstrong young girl and a foundling boy brought up by her father causes disaster for them and many others, even in the next generation.""
  • "Against a background of English moors in the 18th century, the lives of two families become intertwined through marriage, passion, and the dominating force of a man called Heathcliff."@en
  • "Against a background of English moors in the 18th century, the lives of two families become intertwined through marriage, passion, and the dominating force of a man called Heathcliff."
  • "This new edition of Emily Bront--euml--;'s classic 1847 novel uses the authoritative Clarendon text. Patsy Stoneman's introduction considers the bewildering variety of critical interpretation to which the novel has been subject, as well as offering some provocative new insights for the modern reader. - ;This new edition of Emily Bront--euml--;'s classic 1847 novel uses the authoritative Clarendon text. Patsy Stoneman's introduction considers the bewildering variety of critical interpretation to which the novel has been subject, as well as offering some provocative new insights for the modern reader."@en
  • "Forced by a storm to spend the night at the home of Heathcliff, Mr. Lockwood uncovers a tale of terror and hatred on the Yorkshire moors."
  • "Against a background of English moors in the eighteenth century, the lives of two families become intertwined through marriage, passion, and the dominating force of a man called Heathcliff."
  • "A tortured love affair ends between Heathcliff and Cathy when Cathy marries the wealthy Edgar. Heathcliff's retaliation upon the woman he loves explodes in a stunning climax."@en
  • "The novel "Wuthering Heights" is the name of the large home of the family, located on the isolated moorlands of England. One of the main themes in this novel is love and hate between Catherine Earnshaw and Heathcliff. It is not your typical romance novel. It unquestionably has its dark moments, as well as its brilliant moments."@en
  • "One of the most intense and passionate love stories in all of English litrerature. The story of a love that lasts throughout life and even after death."@en
  • "Forced by a storm to spend the night at the home of the somber Heathcliff, Mr. Lockwood uncovers a tale of terror and hatred on the Yorkshire moors."
  • "Forced by a storm to spend the night at the home of the somber Heathcliff, Mr. Lockwood uncovers a tale of terror and hatred on the Yorkshire moors."@en
  • "In the eighteenth century, the lives of two families become intertwined through marriage, passion, and the dominating force of a man called Heathcliff, whose love for Catherine Earnshaw mirrors the powerful moods of the Yorkshire moors."
  • "A tortured love affair ends between Heathcliff and Cathy when Cathy marries the wealthy Edgar. Heathcliff's savage retaliation upon the woman he loves explodes in a stunning climax."@en
  • "A tortured love affair ends between Heathcliff and Cathy when Cathy marries the wealthy Edgar. Heathcliff's savage retaliation upon the woman he loves explodes in a stunning climax."
  • "Emily Bronte's only novel appeared in 1847, a year before her death at the age of thirty. In the relationship of Cathy and Heathcliff, and in the wild, bleak Yorkshire Moors of its setting, Wuthering Heights creates a world of its own, conceived with a disregard for convention, an instinct for poetry, and for the dark depths of human psychology that make it one of the greatest novels of passion ever written."@en
  • "The story of the passionate love between Catherine Earnshaw and the wild Heathcliff."
  • "Wuthering Heights is a classic tale of possessive and thwarted passion, one of the forerunners of today's soap operas and romance novels. The tempestuous and mythic story of Catherine Earnshaw, the precocious daughter of the house, and the ruggedly handsome, uncultured foundling her father brings home and names Heathcliff, is played out against the backdrop of English moors no less wild and raw than the love they develop for one another."@en
  • "Heathcliff tries desperately to win back the woman he loves, only to find out she has died."@en
  • "Wuthering Heights is Emily Brontë's only novel. It was first published in 1847 under the pseudonym Ellis Bell, and a posthumous second edition was edited by her sister Charlotte. The name of the novel comes from the Yorkshire manor on the moors on which the story centers (as an adjective, Wuthering is a Yorkshire word referring to turbulent weather). The narrative tells the tale of the all-encompassing and passionate, yet thwarted, love between Heathcliff and Catherine Earnshaw, and how this unresolved passion eventually destroys them and many around them. Now considered a classic of English literature, Wuthering Heights met with mixed reviews by critics when it first appeared, mainly because of the narrative's stark depiction of mental and physical cruelty."
  • "In nineteenth-century Yorkshire, the passionate attachment between a headstrong young girl and a foundling boy brought up by her father causes disaster for them, and many others, even in the next generation."@en
  • "A passionate story of intense love between Catherine Earnshaw and Heathcliff, a foundling adopted by Catherine's father.; This title is also available as a filmlable as a film___"@en
  • "Love story set in the foreboding, heather-covered, wind-swept Yorkshire moors in the early 19th century. 984."
  • "A tale of unregenerate passions and willful indulgence."@en
  • "The classic story, set in Yorkshire, England, of the love between Catherine and Heathcliff and of his revenge after her brother treats him in a degrading manner."@en
  • "A passionate story of intense love between Catherine Earnshaw and Heathcliff, a foundling adopted by Catherine's father.; This title is also available as a filmlable as a filmp; _"@en
  • "Virginia Woolf said of Emily Brontë that her writing could : "make the wind blow and the thunder roar," and so it does in Wuthering Heights. Catherine Earnshaw, Heathcliff, and the windswept moors that are the setting of their mythic love are as immediately stirring to the reader of today as they have been for every generation of readers since the novel was first published in 1847. With an introduction by Katherine Frank."
  • "Virginia Woolf said of Emily Brontë that her writing could : "make the wind blow and the thunder roar," and so it does in Wuthering Heights. Catherine Earnshaw, Heathcliff, and the windswept moors that are the setting of their mythic love are as immediately stirring to the reader of today as they have been for every generation of readers since the novel was first published in 1847. With an introduction by Katherine Frank."@en
  • "In 19th century Yorkshire, the passionate attachment between a headstrong young girl and a foundling boy brought up by her father causes disaster for them and many others, even in the next generation."@en
  • "Wuthering Heights, first published in 1847, the year before the author's death at the age of thirty, endures today as perhaps the most powerful and intensely original novel in the English language. "Only Emily Bront?," V.S. Pritchett said about the author and her contemporaries, "exposes her imagination to the dark spirit." And Virginia Woolf wrote, "It is as if she could tear up all that we know human beings by, and fill these unrecognisable transparencies with such a gust of life that they transcend reality. Hers, then, is the rarest of all powers. She could free life from its dependence on facts, with few touches indicate the spirit of a face so that it needs no body; by speaking of the moor make the wind blow and the thunder roar."This Modern Library edition contains a biographical note and preface by the author's sister Charlotte Bront?, and an Introduction by Diane Johnson."@en
  • "In 19th century Yorkshire, the passionate attachment between a headstrong young girl and a foundling boy brought up by her father causes disaster for them and many others, even in the next generation."
  • "A Love story set in the foreboding, heather-covered, wind-swept Yorkshire moors in the early 19th century."
  • "A Love story set in the foreboding, heather-covered, wind-swept Yorkshire moors in the early 19th century."@en
  • "Against a background of English moors in the 18th century, the lives of two families become intertwined through marriage, passion, and the force of a man called Heathcliff."@en
  • "Against a background of English moors in the 18th century, the lives of two families become intertwined through marriage, passion, and the force of a man called Heathcliff."
  • "A country gentleman returns one night to his isolated and unforgiving home with a gypsy child tucked under his cloak. Treated as an animal, the child Heathcliff grows up twisted and wild. But he and the daughter of the house, Catherine, are inseparable and love each other like they were one being. When they grow up and Catherine wishes to enter the society which Heathcliff cannot, the lives of everyone around them are destroyed in the rending. Only the generation to follow them contains the seeds of hope and reconstruction. The narrative structure of Wuthering Heights was highly innovative and original when the novel was first published. Emily Bront? played with the assumptions that a story is told chronologically and that a narrator is honest."@en
  • "In nineteenth-century Yorkshire, the passionate attachment between a headstrong young girl and a foundling boy brought up by her father causes disaster for them and many others, even in the next generation."@en
  • "Emily Bronte's tale of love and passion between the doomed lovers, Heathcliffe and Cathy Earnshaw."@en
  • "First published 1847 in England. Forced by a storm to spend the night at the home of the somber Heathcliff, Mr. Lockwood uncovers a tale of terror and hatred on the Yorkshire moors."@en
  • "Classic novel of consuming passions, played out against the lonely moors of northern England, recounts the turbulent and tempestuous love story of Cathy and Heathcliff. A masterpiece of imaginative fiction, the story remains as poignant and compelling today as it was when first published in 1847."
  • "The passionate love of Catherine Earnshaw and Heathcliff mirrors the powerful moods of the Yorkshire moors."
  • "The passionate love of Catherine Earnshaw and Heathcliff mirrors the powerful moods of the Yorkshire moors."@en

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  • "Woeste hoogten"
  • "Wuthering heights : Ed. by Philip Henderson. Introd. by Margaret Lane"
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  • "Wuthering Heights : and selected poems"
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  • "Woeste Hoogten"
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  • "Wuthering Heights, with selected poems"
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  • "Wuthering Heights, and selected poems"
  • "Wuthering heights : Emily Brontë"@en
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  • "Wuthering heights. With introduction and notes by A.C. Ward"@en
  • "Wuthering heights ; with selected poems edited by Philip Henderson"
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  • "Wuthering Heights. : Illustrated with wood engravings by Fritz Eichenberg"@en
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  • "Emily Brontë, Wuthering heights"
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  • "Wuthering Heights Illustrated with wood engravings by Fritz Eichenberg"@en
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