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Wuthering Heights (Paperback)
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Lush, romantic, and wildly passionate: Emily Bronte's "Wuthering Heights," the tale of two soul mates separated by class and society, has seduced readers for generations and inspired countless adaptations.Catherine Earnshaw and Heathcliff--the gypsy boy her father brought home to their estate of Wuthering Heights--have been inseparable since childhood. But as Catherine grows up and becomes a lady, she spurns Heathcliff for the wealthy and genteel Edgar Linton. She never stops loving him, however...with a passion that not even death can diminish.
About the Author
Born in 1818, the British author and poet Emily Bronte is best known for "Wuthering Heights," originally published under the male pseudonym Ellis Bell. Bronte became a teacher, but her poor health forced her to quit, giving her more time to write. "Wuthering Heights" was published in 1848, and has become a celebrated and classic work of English literature.Fashion illustrator Sara Singh's arthas appeared in such prominent publications as "Vogue," "The New York Times," and "House Beautiful" and she has worked for designers like Givenchy, Tiffany, and Neiman Marcus."