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Charlotte Brontë, "Editor's Preface to the New [1850] Edition of Wuthenng Heights," in Wuthering Heights, edited by David Daiches, Penguin, 1965, pp. 37-41.

David Daiches, editor, in the introduction to Wuthering Heights, Penguin, 1965, pp. 7-29.

Winifred Gerin, 'Emily Brontë," in Reference Guide to English Literature, edited by D L Kirkpatrick, St James Press, 1991, pp. 300-02.

Algernon Charles Swinhurne, "Emily Brontë," in The Athenaeum, No 2903, June 16, 1883, pp. 762-63.

Tom Winnifrith, "Emily Brontë," In Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 21 Victorian Novelists before 1885, edited by Ira B Nadel and William E Fredeman, Gale Research, 1983, pp. 55-67.

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