www.leslibraires.fr
Wuthering Heights
Format
Broché
EAN13
9791041849819
ISBN
979-10-418-4981-9
Éditeur
CULTUREA
Date de publication
Nombre de pages
456
Dimensions
21 x 14,8 x 2,5 cm
Poids
585 g
Langue
anglais

Wuthering Heights

De

Culturea

Trouvez les offres des librairies les plus proches :
ou
entrez le nom de votre ville

Offres


"Wuthering Heights," penned by Emily Brontë, is a revered masterpiece in classic British literature. As the only novel from Emily Brontë, it holds a unique place in the collection of Emily Brontë books.
The novel unfolds the tale of Catherine Earnshaw and Heathcliff, and their tumultuous, consuming love that transcends societal norms, life, and even death. The deep, often destructive passion between the central characters has earned "Wuthering Heights" its enduring status in the pantheon of classic romantic literature.
Set against the wild, brooding moors of Yorkshire, the novel's atmospheric setting intensifies the turbulent relationship at its heart. The book's powerful evocation of the landscape adds an additional layer of depth, making it a captivating read for fans of gothic literature.
"Wuthering Heights" goes beyond a simple love story. It delves deep into themes of obsession, social class, and the destructive power of love and revenge, setting it apart as a thought-provoking work of Victorian-era narratives.
The narrative's complex structure, a story within a story, told through multiple perspectives, sets "Wuthering Heights" apart as an innovative work in narrative structure literature. This unique storytelling approach enhances the sense of drama and suspense throughout the novel.
Despite the novel's initial controversial reception, "Wuthering Heights" has since gained recognition for its profound exploration of passion, morality, and the human condition. Its unconventional narrative, unforgettable characters, and exploration of powerful themes continue to captivate and resonate with readers worldwide.
S'identifier pour envoyer des commentaires.