Be with me always – take any form – drive me mad!
Lockwood is an unwanted guest, forced by a snowstormto pass the night at the lonely and inhospitable house ofWuthering Heights. A child’s ghost pleads at the windowto be let in; a waif who has wandered the moor for 20years. Lockwood’s screams bring the fierce and broodingmaster of the house, Heathcliff, who is at first angry,and then, startlingly, sobs and begs for the ghost toreturn.This is the unforgettable opening to a passionate lovestory, a haunting Gothic tale, a stark depiction of ruralisolation and cruelty …
'This is great English Literature'


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