Wuthering Heights, first published in 1847, is set amongst the wind-blasted moors known to Emily Bront from her life at Haworth in Yorkshire where her father was curate. In this sprawling classic, considered by many literary experts to be the finest novel in the English language, Bront crafted a wild, fierce anti-hero in Heathcliff and a willful heroine in Catherine. As they grow up together, Catherine and Heathcliff fall in love, despite the constant evils of Hindley. Their fates are not aligned, however, and both endure incredible hardship. Patricia Routledge gives a remarkable reading in this passionate story of universals: love, hate, and revenge. A Cover to Cover Unabridged Classic. 10 cassettes.