Published in 1847 under the pseudonym Elis Bell, Wuthering Heights is the sole novel authored by Emily Bronte.
Set in the mysterious moors of Yorkshire, the novel challenges the ideals celebrated by the Victorian society. The story revolves around an orphan boy, Heathcliff and Catherine, his childhood playmate who turned out to be his soul mate. Their passionate love could not be tamed by the laws of the society and thus, resulted into destruction and revenge.
A disturbing exploration into the dark side of romantic passion, Wuthering Heights is a gothic tale that depicts the dangerous nature of a love that knows no limits.
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