Marxism Criticism Essay (Wuthering Heights)
"This is a GORGEOUS edition of the Emily Bronte (nom de plum Ellis Bell) classic. Haunting and controversial, yet gripping. The perfect read for Halloween. I read it in 3 sittings. Heathcliff and Catherine have mesmerized the public for decades, theirs is no ordinary attraction or love. The outpouring of Emily Bronte's own internal turmoil and creative energies show she is at the height of her powers in this dark tale of two great estates, passion gone awry, and the capacity of the human heart for deep-seated devotion and depravity where the lines are blurred. The illustrations by Rovina Cai are PERFECTLY suited to the mood of the book. The cover is a lovely complement as well and matches the same silver gray buckram as her sister, Charlotte Bronte's novel Jane Eyre. They look beautiful side-by-side in my lawyer's bookcase. Repugnant to some, enthralling to others. Wuthering Heights retains its hold on people regardless of their viewpoint as strangely compelling. "
, education, and power, in Wuthering Heights related to social class
Wuthering Heights defies easyclassification and stands alone as a uniquely powerfulnovel that transcends genres. Patti Smith, the singer-songwriterand poet, has written a new, lyricalintroduction to this edition, in which she sums up EmilyBrontë’s complex gifts.
Following her death some of these were recovered such as the following written January 15 1848: " In Wuthering Heights the reader is shocked, disgusted, almost sickened by details of cruelty, inhumanity and the most diabolical hate and vengeance, and anon come passages of powerful testimony to the supreme power of love- even over demons in the human form....