“Is Mr. Heathcliff a man? If so, is he mad? ... And if not, is he a devil?”
Heathcliff, a bitter man tormented by the loss of love.
Catherine,a woman in love with a man who has no equal.
In 1847 a young woman by the name of Emily Brontë saw her one and only novel published with little fanfare. A year later she died.
Today the tragic personal tale of Emily Brontë's life has been rendered even more remarkable by the very legacy that she left; a towering saga of love won and love lost - Wuthering Heights.
The story, born on the moors of Yorkshire, is now considered a classic of English literature. It is a tale so engrossing and passionate that readers never forget it. And whilst Emily Brontë never saw the joy her lead characters gave to millions of readers, Heathcliff and Cathy continue to spring love in our hearts forever.