Wuthering Heights

References

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  2. ^ Charlotte's 1850 Edition
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  5. ^ Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Letter of Sept. 19 1854
  6. ^ "Later Critical Response to Wuthering Heights". Academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu. 4 March 2009. Retrieved 19 May 2010. 
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  10. ^ Harley, James (1958). "The Villain in Wuthering Heights" (PDF). p. 17. Retrieved 3 June 2010. 
  11. ^ Oates, Joyce Carol. "The Magnanimity of Wuthering Heights", Critical Inquiry, 1983
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  15. ^ Wuthering Heights Vol.1
  16. ^ Wuthering Heights Vol.2
  17. ^ Irene Wiltshire: Speech in Wuthering Heights
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  19. ^ Paul Thompson (June 2009). "The inspiration for the Wuthering Height's farmhouse?". Retrieved 11 October 2009. 
  20. ^ Robert Barnard (2000) Emily Brontë
  21. ^ Ian Jack (1995) Explanatory Notes in Oxford World's Classics edition of Wuthering Heights
  22. ^ a b Publication Stir
  23. ^ American Whig Review
  24. ^ a b Critical reception
  25. ^ a b Critical reception
  26. ^ Literary World review
  27. ^ Britannia review
  28. ^ Wuthering Heights (1920) at the Internet Movie Database
  29. ^ Wuthering Heights (2009(TV)) at the Internet Movie Database
  30. ^ Vincent Canby (27 December 1983). "Abismos de Pasion (1953) Bunuel's Brontë". New York Times. Retrieved 22 June 2011. 
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  33. ^ Tromeur, Philippe (January 2011). "Wuthering Heights" game. Many reviews of the game use an older link. Retrieved on 8 January 2011 from http://www.unseelie.org/rpg/wh/index.html.
  34. ^ The former on page 11, the latter on p. 611

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