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Wuthering Heights : complete text with introduction, contexts, critical essays

Author: Emily Brontë; Diane Long Hoeveler
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, ©2002.
Series: New Riverside editions.
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Genre/Form: Psychological fiction
Domestic fiction
Love stories
Fiction
Named Person: Emily Brontë
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Emily Brontë; Diane Long Hoeveler
ISBN: 061808486X 9780618084869
OCLC Number: 48582771
Description: viii, 456 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
A note on the text --
Part one. "Biographical notice of Ellis and Acton Bell" ; "Editor's preface to the new edition of Wuthering heights / Charlotte Bronte --
Wuthering Heights. Part 2. The personal context. Poems. Preface / Charlotte Bronte --
"Stanzas" [December 4, 1838] --
"The Bluebell" --
"Stanzas" [November 11, 1838] --
"Shall Earth no more inspire thee" --
"The night wind" --
"Aye there it is!" --
"Love and friendship" --
"The elder's rebuke" --
"The wanderer from the fold" --
"Warning and reply" --
"Last words" --
"The lady to her guitar" --
"The two children" --
"The visionary" --
"Encouragement" --
"Stanzas" [no date] --
"No coward soul" --
"Wuthering heights" / Sylvia Plath --
"The Gondal saga" / Mary Visick. Part 3. The historical and social contexts. From The Brontes' Irish background ; "Wuthering Heights: the first phase"/ Edward Chitham --
"Yorkshire landscapes in Wuthering Heights" / Christopher Heywood --
"Wuthering Heights and the Liverpool slave trade / MAja-Lisa von Sneidern. Part 4. The literary and cultural contexts. "The bridegroom of Barna" (1840) / Bartholomew Simmons --
"Wuthering Heights and Gothic feminism / Diane Long Hoeveler --
Chronology --
Works cited --
For further reading --
Films and videotapes.
Series Title: New Riverside editions.
Responsibility: Emily Bronte ; edited by Diane Long Hoeveler.

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