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On the release of emily brontë's wuthering heights in 1847, james lorimer had this to say in the spectator: here all the faults of jane eyre (by charlotte brontë) are magnified a. Wuthering heights opens with lockwood, a tenant of heathcliff's, visiting the home of his landlord a subsequent visit to wuthering heights yields an accident a book summary. It is emily brontë’s bicentennial this year born on july 30, 1818, brontë is famous for writing one of the most beloved and controversial novels of the western canon when wuthering heights.
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