Juliet Mills, an actress of considerable stature having won an Emmy Award for QB VII and a Tony nomination for her role in Five Finger Exercise, reads Wuthering Heights and brings it to life. As a convincing, unsentimental account of passionate love, the nineteenth-century novel remains a towering landmark virtually unequalled in English literature. Heathcliff, a savage, tormented foundling, falls wildly in love with Catherine Earshaw, the daughter of his benefactor. Violence and misery flow from their fthwarted longing for each other, continuing relentlessly and without diminution into the next generation. With immense power and strength, Ms. Bronte's prose evokes the raw beauty of the moors and reveals uncanny understanding of the terrible truths about men and women. The remarkable power of this perception becomes even more extyraordinary in light of the fact that it comes from the heart of a frail, inexperienced girl who lived out her lonely life in the moorland wilderness and died a year after this great novel was published.