Wuthering Heights by Lucasta Miller 9780141040356

Wuthering Heights


Wuthering Heights is a passionate and turbulent tale of love, vengeance, and the eternal struggle between civilized society and the primal depths of the human soul. Set against the wild and atmospheric Yorkshire moors, Emily Brontë's masterpiece follows the intense and tragic relationship between the headstrong Catherine Earnshaw and the troubled orphan Heathcliff. Their all-consuming love defies social conventions and transcends life itself, unleashing a torrent of jealousy, obsession, and retribution that reverberates across generations. Brontë's singular prose captures the rawness of human emotion with haunting beauty, making Wuthering Heights an enduring literary triumph.

Emily Brontë was an English novelist and poet, best known for her only novel, Wuthering Heights. Published in 1847 under the pseudonym Ellis Bell, the book initially received mixed reviews but has since become a beloved classic of English literature, renowned for its powerful depictions of passion and the complexities of the human psyche. Brontë's life was tragically cut short at the age of 30, but her singular voice and unflinching exploration of the depths of the human condition have cemented her place among the greatest writers of the 19th century.

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