By Emily Brontė
Edited by Elizabeth Seely
Thornes Classic Novels
354 p. illus.
In this edition the classic romantic novel of Emily Bronte is made accessible to even the novice reader. It is the story of the Earnshaw family and the resentment, envy, and hatred that divide them upon the arrival of an orphan child.
This edition clarifies the complex themes through a variety of tools such as: an introduction to the writer, the characters and the setting of the story-a study guide with questions to help you understand what you have read-and notes which explain difficult words or expressions. Also, at the beginning of each chapter, there is advice on what to look out for and a commentary that explains what is happening.
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