Wuthering Heights and Agnes Grey

Wuthering Heights and Agnes Grey

Book - 1889
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Emily Brontë's first and only published novel, Wuthering Heights delves into the dark side of love through the heady and gothic-style romance of Cathy and Heathcliff. Rather than the whimsical notes with which love stories are typically themed, Wuthering Heights shows a love that spawns jealousy, vengefulness and rage.  Also included in this volume is Agnes Grey, the debut novel of Anne Brontë. The novel follows Agnes, a governess who works in several upper-class families. The story focuses on oppression and abuse against women in the workplace.
Publisher: London : Smith, Elder & Co., 1889.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (459 p.)

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