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Probably one of the best remembered and most re-read love stories of all time alongside that of Pride and Prejudice. When Heathcliff comes to live at Wuthering Heights as a child he forms a bond with his benefactor's daughter, Cathy. As the years pass the pair fall in love, but their happiness is short-lived and the events that unfold will bring terrible misfortune to Wuthering Heights. This passionate love story is as popular today as ever and this edition is a welcome addition to the Oxford Children's Classics series.
If you love a good story, then look no further. Oxford Children's Classics bring together the most unforgettable stories ever told. They're books to treasure and return to again and again. When Mr Earnshaw adopts Heathcliff and brings him to Wuthering Heights, he doesn't foresee the unbreakable bond that develops between the foundling and his daughter, Cathy-a relationship which will lead to a passionate and all-consuming love affair. Although it seems their devotion has no bounds, fate has other plans for the pair ...plans which will lead Heathcliff to wreak terrible vengeance on Wuthering Heights.
|Publication date:||7th March 2013|
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
|Suitable for:||11+ readers, 13+ readers|
Emily Bronte lived from 1818 to 1848. Although she wrote only Wuthering Heights and about a dozen poms she is accepted as one of the most gifted writers ever. Perhaps the intensity of her writing grew out of the extraordinary pressures of her home life. Emilyâ€™s mother died when she was three and she lived with her four sisters and one brother in a bleak, isolated Yorkshire village â€“ Haworth. Her father doted on his only son, Branwell, and expected little from his daughters â€“ they surprised him while Branwell wasted his life and died an alchoholic and drug addict. The girls suffered ...More About Emily Bronte