Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë - Chiltern Classics Hardback
“He's more myself than I am. Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same.” Wuthering Heights, 1847
Wuthering Heights the captivating, powerful and tragic love story of Catherine Earnshaw and the handsome, brooding Heathcliff. This story captures the very brutal honesty of possessive love against expected duty when Catherine rebuffs Heathcliff to marry Edgar Linton, an act which will affect later generations of the two families. Emily Brontë's only novel written in 1847 is today considered one of English literature's classics.
With this Chiltern Classic Edition of "Wuthering Heights" you are owning one of English literature's most famous novels presented in a beautiful hardback cover. Each book is embossed with a stunning floral design and each page delicately edged in gold paint. There are many cover versions of this novel but we feel sure that this hardback version of "Wuthering Heights" will stand out on your bookcase and become a cherished part of your book collection.
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