Additional Resources for Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë

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Miriam Allot, The Brontës: The Critical Heritage, Routledge, 1974.

A collection of criticism on the works of the Brontë Sisters, including reprints of early reviews of Wuthering Heights and Poems by Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell and Charlotte Brontë's observations on her sister's novel.

Terry Eagleton, "Myths of Power: A Marxist Study on Wuthering Heights" in Case Studies in Contemporary Criticism. Wuthering Heights, St Martin's, 1992, pp. 399-414.

Eagleton analyzes the novel in terms of class differences in nineteenth-century England.

Winifred Genn, Emily Brontë: A Biography, Clarendon, 1971.

Genn discusses Emily Brontë's life and the effect of her environment on her work.

Philip K Wion, "The Absent Mother in Wuthering Heights" In American Imago, Vol 42, No.2, 1985.

Wion suggests that the early death of Emily Brontë's mother accounts for Brontë's portrayal of orphaned characters in search of mother figures...

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