Books: More News of the Dark Foundling

WUTHERING HEIGHTS by Emily Brontë; 388 pages

RETURN TO WUTHERING HEIGHTS by Anna L 'Estrange; 365 pages

Pinnacle Books; $1.95 each (paperbacks)

HEATHCLIFF by Jeffrey Caine; Knopf; 246 pages; $7.95

Nightmares and dreams, through which devils dance and wolves howl, make bad novels." So wrote an American critic upon reading Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights soon after it was first published in December 1847. As so often happens, the reviewer was wrong. Emily's tumultuous tale of Catherine Earnshaw and the dark foundling Heathcliff, of the passion that raged between them across the Yorkshire moors, easily endured...

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