Wuthering Heights, by Emily Brontë

Wuthering Heights, by Emily Brontë

“Wuthering” means like a wind, blowing strongly with a roaring sound. So “wuthering heights”, means a high, windy place – the moors. This love story is between a handsome, stubborn, vengeful man, “Heathcliff”, and a pretty but careless, cruel and infatuated girl, “Catherine”. (Read more about Wuthering Heights and other romantic novels.)

About M. Bijman

Avid reader, longtime writer of book reviews and literary analyses. Interested in literature, creativity and cognition, language and linguistics, musicology, and technology. Occasionally writes poems and bits of music.

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