In 1847, Emily Bronte invited the public to peek through the curtains of Wuthering Heights and witness the passionate and ill-fated love of Catherine and Heathcliff. Critics were initially baffled at how a novel filled with such dark places and wild brooding people could become so dear to so many hearts. Wuthering Heights is now regarded as a masterpiece of English literature; its depiction of class and money stifling human relationships leading to misery and corruption still resonates powerfully today."
Biografía del autor
Emily Brontë and her two sisters, Charlotte and Anne, comprise perhaps the most famous family in literary history. They grew up in Yorkshire, where the landscape provided the inspiration for Wuthering Heights. Emily, along with most members of her the family, suffered from poor health and died at the age of thirty of tuberculosis before her only novel won the acclaim it deserved.
Tapa blanda: 384 páginas
Editor: Roads; Edición: Reprint (1 de septiembre de 2013)
Colección: Roads Classics