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Sturmhöhe (Wuthering Heights), Originalausgabe, illustriert
in der Übersetzung von Gisela Etzel

Rezeption
„Wuthering Heights ist ein Meisterwerk und Kulturgut des Viktorianischen Zeitalters“
„Hervorzuheben ist die modern anmutende Erzähltechnik.­“
„Ein Werk im Geiste Shakespeares.­“
„Eine überrealistisch erhöhte und intensivierte Handlung mit mystischen Elementen und mit menschlich realistischen Charakteren.­“

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Das Buch erzählt von der tragischen symbiotischen Liebe zwischen Catherine, der Tochter des Landbesitzers Mr. Earnshaw, und dem enigmatischen Findelkind Heathcliff. Diese Beziehung treibt Catherine in den Wahnsinn und Tod. Doch selbst nach ihrem Tod erscheint Heathcliff der Geist von Catherine; Heathcliff muss ihr Schicksal am Ende teilen.
Einerseits wird das Ideal der romantischen Liebe dargestellt, die zwar letztlich siegt, auch über den Tod der beiden Protagonisten. Andererseits wird dem Leser die Kehrseite der Liebe gezeigt, die mehrere Leben zerstört . . .

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The three Brontë sisters were among the most influential feminist authors of their era. Living at a time when it was considered extremely outrageous for women to indulge in writing fiction, they used pen names to hide their true identity in order to publish their works. All three would become well-­celebrated and influential authors during their time. Their poetry and novels are today English literature standards.

In total, the collection comprises the following four works:
Jane Eyre (1847) by Charlotte Brontë
Shirley (1849) by Charlotte Brontë
Villette (1853) by Charlotte Brontë
The Professor (1857, posthumously) by Charlotte Brontë
Wuthering Heights (1847) by Emily Brontë
Agnes Grey (1847) by Anne Brontë
The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (1848) by Anne Brontë

This edition also includes a foreword and editor’s notes about each of the books.

This edition was NOT merely scanned from an ink-­and-­paper book, like many Kindle e-­books are. All e-­books offered by Di Lernia Publishers are . . .

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While on the surface, Wuthering Heights may seem like a straightforward love story, it's really a dark romance about revenge. Following the story of a mysterious gypsy like character named Heathcliff, from child hood to his early death, through all this trials and tribulations of being raised in a wealthy adopted family. Although never accepted as a real child of their, reduced to servant, he runs away only to return, wealthy and educated to exact revenge on the two families he believes ruined his life.

The unique Emoji Assist Edition adds graphics of emotional states next to paragraphs and dialogue. This derivative work of the classical novel uses using several linguistic metrics to enhance the reader's experience. It also provides a new and unique experience when reading or re-­reading this beloved classic. While we preserve the original text- we strive to provide you with the highest quality linguistic analysis of emotional states implied by this classical work. Thousands of . . .

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Popular classics have captured the imagination of readers across generations from all over the world. However, the language and the complex plots of the original stories can confuse any child; hence, the classics have been abridged, adapted and illustrated in a way that children understand and enjoy them. These classics instill a love of reading in them.
The Om Illustrated Classics are ideal for the young readers to start their personal libraries..

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• The adapted edition of well-­known classics written in simple language make them accessible to young readers
• The detailed illustrations on almost every alternate page add to the reading experience of the reader
• Author’s biography, character sketches and questions at the end of each classic help make the reading experience more informative

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Suitable for children of above 10 years
School and public libraries
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Cumbres Borrascosas (título original en inglés: Wuthering Heights) es la única novela de Emily Brontë. Fue publicada por primera vez en 1847 bajo el seudónimo de Ellis Bell. Su hermana Charlotte editó una segunda edición póstuma.

Aunque ahora se considera un clásico de la literatura inglesa, el recibimiento inicial de Cumbres Borrascosas fue tibio en el mejor de los casos. Su estructura innovadora, que se suele comparar con un conjunto de muñecas de Matryoshka, desconcertó a los críticos cuando apareció. Algunos críticos contemporáneos a la autora incluso pensaron que éste era un trabajo anterior, menos maduro, de Charlotte Brontë (que había publicado Jane Eyre ese mismo año bajo el seudónimo de Currer Bell). Las críticas posteriores revisaron esta visión, y coincidieron en que la originalidad de Cumbres Borrascosas excedió a la de los trabajos de sus hermanas Charlotte y Anne

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En 1847, la escritora británica Emily Brontë, quien nació el 30 de julio de 1818 en Thornton, publicó, bajo el seudónimo de Ellis Bell, una novela titulada “Cumbres borrascosas”, una obra que no sólo sería la más importante de su carrera sino que también se transformaría en uno de los clásicos de la literatura inglesa.
Su trama gira en torno a una trágica historia de amor, venganza, odio y locura protagonizada, en principio, por Catherine Earnshaw y el atormentado Heathcliff, a quien conoció luego de que su padre lo llevara a la casa familiar, una finca llamada Cumbres Borrascosas, para criarlo como a un hijo más.
Todo lo que sucedió a partir de entonces forma parte del relato que el ama de llaves Nelly le confió al recién llegado Lockwood mientras lo cuidaba por un resfriado en la Granja de los Tordos.
Heathcliff, quien se caracteriza por ser un hombre hosco y enigmático, había sido bien recibido por Catherine pero odiado por Hindley, el hermano mayor de ella.
Por esa razón, . . .

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Collection containing Agnes Grey, Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights the best novels of Anne, Charlotte and Emily Brontë.

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The sisters, Charlotte (born 21 April 1816), Emily (born 30 July 1818), and Anne (born 17 January 1820), are famous as poets and novelists. They originally published their poems and novels under the masculine pseudonyms Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell, respectively, following the custom of the times.

Their stories immediately attracted attention for their passion and originality. Charlotte's Jane Eyre was the first to know success, while Emily's Wuthering Heights, Anne's The Tenant of Wildfell Hall were later to be accepted as masterpieces of literature.

This ultimate Brontë collection includes 7 novels, 82 poems and links to 7 free audiobooks.

That is 96 works in one collection!

Included are the following works:

EMILY BRONTË:
WUTHERING HEIGHTS

CHARLOTTE BRONTË:
JANE EYRE
SHIRLEY
VILLETTE
THE PROFESSOR

ANNE BRONTË:
THE TENANT OF WILDFELL HALL
AGNES GREY

FREE AUDIOBOOKS:
WUTHERING HEIGHTS
JANE EYRE
SHIRLEY
VILLETTE
THE PROFESSOR
THE TENANT OF . . .

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Published under pseudonyms it's a joint collection of skilfully written poems by the Bronte sisters. The work further elucidates upon the rationale behind the practice of these pseudonyms. The themes drawn from real life convey a sense of familiarity to the readers. The literary piece beautifully provides the views of the sisters. Mesmerizing!

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