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From the moment of his adoption by the Earnshaws, the foundling boy Heathcliff devotes himself to their young daughter Catherine. Growing up together, the two share a love that blossoms into romance, until Catherine's hurtful betrayal. But Heathcliff's emotions know no bounds and acknowledge no limits--not even death. Determined to secure the family estate of Wuthering Heights as his own, the tyrannical Heathcliff vents his bitterness on his and Catherine's...
353 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 21 cm
"A new biography of John Keats that uncovers the reality of his imagination within the context of his time"-- "The epitaph John Keats composed for his own gravestone-- 'Here lies one whose name was writ in water'-- seemingly damned him to oblivion. When he died at the age of twenty-five, having taken a battering from the conservative press, few critics imagined he would be considered one of the great English poets two hundred years later, though...