Wuthering Quotes is a digital retelling of Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights, presenting the classic in visual quotations. These are displayed in narrative order and follow chapters 1-16 of the book, specifically focusing on the romance between Catherine Earnshaw and Heathcliff.
The quotations can be read alone, however, they are best interpreted with the context of the novel. Quotations included have been carefully editorially selected due to their importance to the plot or their literary value. Designed to be stimulating for those who have read the text, readers will have the challenge of remembering the blanks that are left unfilled by the project.
The quotations are faithful to Brontë’s novel, however, please note that puncuation, grammar and pronouns have occasionally been altered to make the quotations clearer. Page numbers correspond to the HarperCollin’s 2010 edition.
Quotations can be sorted by prominent themes from the book. These include love, revenge, family, place and class. You can also use the search bar to find quotations that refer to specific characters or include certain words or phrases.
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