Emily Brontė: Wuthering Heights

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Columbia University Press, 1998 - Literary Criticism - 208 pages
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A guide to and excerpts from the critical commentary on the only novel this particular Brontd (1818-48) published. Stoneman (English, U. of Hull) arranges the commentary into sections on Victorian responses: power, propriety, and poetry; the rise and fall of the author: humanism, formalism, deconst
 

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Wuthering Heights Published in 1847 - Author Emily Bronte died in 1848 -- believing that her only novel was a failure, Not until 1850 recognized ... Today, widely recognized as one of the great novels ... Read full review

Contents

Victorian Responses Power Propriety and Poetry
9
The Rise and Fall of the Author Humanism Formalism Deconstruction
30
NOTES
182
A BRIEF GUIDE TO FURTHER READING
185
BIBLIOGRAPHY
187
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
199
INDEX
200
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Patsy Stoneman teaches at Hall University

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