Published March 2010
408 pages, Paperback
Emily Brontės only novel, Wuthering Heights, is one of the most treasured classics of 19th century fiction. Intensely passionate and sharply original, it tells the story of Catherine Earnshaw and Heathcliffs doomed love and its disastrous consequences. It
displays Emilys profound love of her native Yorkshire in its evocative depiction of the moors. This is a work full of iconic images and of unfailingly compelling narrative.
Emily Brontė - The three Brontė sisters and one brother started creating fictional lands together while they lived in Haworth parsonage in West Yorkshire. Wuthering Heights - Emily's only novel - was originally published under the pseudonym of Ellis Bell, and has gone on to inspire numerous stage, film and television interpretations, as well as a popular song. Emily lived from 1818 to 1848.
Lucasta Miller - Lucasta Miller was educated at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford and is the author of The Brontė Myth