The Wuthering Heights PDF is written by Emily Bronte and published in1847. This book is considered a classic of English Literature. After reading the book, one can say that writer wrote this book under the influence of Romanticism and Gothic Fiction. Thomas Cautley Newby’s publishers published this book in December 1847. While writing this book the author mainly focuses to narrate the story by following the genre of tragedy and gothic.
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Wuthering Heights PDF, Epub – Details, And Review:
The key part of this novel is that in Wuthering Heights Ebook, the author organizes her novel by arranging its elements into pairs. She also did this with the characters, places, and themes of the novel. Like you can see the main characters of the novel are Catherine and Heathcliff are matched in many ways too closely. The main motifs of the novel are Doubles (as discussed above how she organizes different elements in pairs), repetition, and the conflict between nature and culture.
While the themes discuss by the author in the novel are the destructiveness of the love that never changes, the precariousness of social class, the futility of revenge, and injustice versus the necessity of the class system.
Many people, including those who never read Wuthering Heights PDF, consider this novel as a love story, but it is not right, this book is more than just a love story. Actually, this book deals with the story of revenge. It narrates the life of Heathcliff from childhood to his death. It deals with how Heathcliff rises in his adopted family and then eventually comes to the status of servant.
From there he just ran away after deciding to marry a young beautiful woman, but she is going to marry another. Later, in the novel, he returned back, after becoming more educated and rich and decides to take revenge on two families whom he thought had ruined his life.
About The Author (Emily Jane Bronte):
Emily Jane Bronte was an English novelist and poet and is best known for her notable work in Wuthering Heights.