(From the publisher):
'I am Heathcliff - he's always, always in my mind...'
Discovered on the streets of Liverpool, Heathcliff is rescued by Mr Earnshaw and taken to the remote Yorkshire farmhouse of Wuthering Heights. Earnshaw's daughter Catherine rapidly forms a passionate attachment to him, but when Catherine's brother takes over the Heights, Heathcliff is lowered to the position of a barely-tolerated farmhand. When Catherine decides to marry the refined Edgar Linton instead, Heathcliff turns revenger. He determines to degrade not only those who sought to degrade him, but their children after them.
Wuthering Heights is one of the most famous love stories in the English language. It is also one of the most potent revenge narratives. Its ingenious narrative structure, vivid evocation of landscape, and the extraordinary power of its depiction of love and hatred have given it a unique place in English literature.
Original title: Wuthering Heights
Genre: Fiction→ Romance→ Romantic-Suspense→ Gothic
Fiction→ General Fiction→ Literary Fiction/classics