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Wuthering Heights

Summary: The essay is about the book Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. The essay analyzes the author's use of point of view and the different motifs in the story. It also chronicles Heathclif's transformation from good to evil.
Wuthering Heights, written by Emily Brontë was first published in 1847. Emily Brontë, sister of famous writers, Charlotte, Anne, and Branwell Brontë, was born in Thornton, Yorkshire, on July 30, 1818. Her mother died in 1821, and she and her two sisters and brother were left with their father, the rector of Haworth. Brontë and her siblings spent their time reading and writing, and creating their own imaginary worlds to distract themselves from their unhappy childhood. Between 1824 and 1825, Brontë attended school at Cowan Bridge with Charlotte, and was also largely schooled at home.

On December 19 1848, Brontë died of tuberculosis from having caught a cold at her brother Branwell's funeral in September. After the publication of Wuthering Heights, a few skeptics made the accusation that Wuthering Heights was really written by Branwell, because they believed that no woman could have written such a passionate story.

Wuthering Heights tells the tragic tale of Heathcliff...

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