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Introduction: Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë - Book Review and Summary
Book: Wuthering Heights
- Author: Emily Brontë
- Publisher: Penguin Classics
- Publication year: 2002-12
- Pages: 416
- Finishing: Paperback
- Series: Penguin Classics
About the Author: Emily Brontë
Excerpts from the original text
I can't explain it clearly to you, but you, everyone, must have this idea: besides yourself, you have another you - there should be another you. Why did God create me, if all I am is in this body? My biggest trouble in this world is Heathcliff's trouble; I have noticed and felt every one of his troubles from the very beginning.
The biggest thing I miss in my life is him. Even if everything else is destroyed and he alone remains, I will still be me. If everything else remained and he alone was destroyed, the whole universe would become a giant stranger of which I no longer seemed a part. My love for Linton is like clusters of leaves hanging in the forest.
Time will change it. I know very well that in winter, the leaves will fall. My love for Heathcliff is like the eternal rock under my feet, from which a few visible sources of happiness flow, but it is indispensable.
Nally, I am Heathcliff! He is always in my heart - not as a joy, as I cannot always be my own joy, but because he is my own being. So there is no need to mention that the two of us will separate. This is impossible.——Quoted from page 90