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Wuthering Heights - World's Best Edition - The Complete and Unabridged Classic Gothic Romance Plus Bonus Material - cover

Wuthering Heights - World's Best Edition - The Complete and Unabridged Classic Gothic Romance Plus Bonus Material

Emily Bronte, Anne Bronte, Charlotte Bronte

Publisher: Imagination Books

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Wuthering Heights Ultimate Edition
 
This is the best ‘Wuthering Heights’ edition of Emily Bronte’s celebrated novel available, including the legendary work plus extra free bonus materials.
 
The Brontes
 
The Brontës were a nineteenth-century literary family consisting of Charlotte, Emily and Anne, all well known as poets and novelists. They originally published their poems and novels under masculine pseudonyms, following the custom of the times. Their stories immediately attracted attention for their passion and originality
 
‘Wuthering Heights’ written by Emily Bronte
 
One of the all-time greatest classics of English literature. The engrossing and addictive story of the extreme and passionate love between Catherine Earnshaw (a woman caught between her emotions and her needs for position in society) and the brooding, charismatic Heathcliff (born an orphan and devoid of any status in society). Their love leads to a spiral of pain, emotion and destruction.
 
The ‘Must-Have’ Edition
 
In this unbeatable, ultimate edition we include the full novel and bonus extras:
 
‘Wuthering Heights’ – The famous classic, complete and unabridged
 
'Full Set of Poems of Anne Bronte, Emily Bronte and Charlotte Bronte’
 
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