Emily Brontė's Wuthering Heights, set among the rugged beauty of the English moors, is the tragic and passionate story of Catherine and Heathcliff, two lovers drawn together from the moment they meet. Their love is consuming and destructive, forbid
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Agnes Grey angry Anne Brontė becomes Branwell Brontė’s novel Brontė’s Wuthering Heights brother Byron Catherine and Heathcliff Catherine Earnshaw Catherine Linton Catherine’s Cathy and Heathcliff Cathy’s chapter characters Charlotte Charlotte Brontė child childhood confides to Nelly critics Currer Bell daughter death Derek Stanford diary dream Edgar Linton edition of Wuthering Emily Brontė Emily Brontė’s Wuthering Emily Jane Brontė Emily’s Epipsychidion father forced ghost Gondal happiness Hareton HAROLD BLOOM hate heaven hell Hillis Miller Hindley Earnshaw Hindley’s housekeeper human husband’s Imagination Isabella Jabes Jane Eyre Joseph Lear leaves literary lives Lockwood Lockwood finds lover marry Milton’s moors mother Muriel Spark narrative narrator nature Nelly Dean Nelly’s Newby Oxford passion Patsy Stoneman Percy Shelley poem poet’s poetry professor of English published Q.D. Leavis reader relationship returns Romantic Satan Shelley Shelley’s sisters Spirit story suffering Susan Gubar tells Nelly Thrushcross Grange Victorian vindictiveness violent young Cathy