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"This Broadview edition of Wuthering Heights is ideal for understanding the novel. Beth Newman has written an incisive introduction, intelligently edited the text, and provided a wonderful set of contemporary documents that provide multiple valuable ways of contextualizing Bronte's powerful narrative."--James Phelan "Broadview Press's edition of Wuthering Heights, edited by Beth Newman, is a critically current and versatile text that includes solid primary materials and a strong introduction. Newman's stated aim is to provide a broad contextual understanding of contemporary critical approaches, and the finished product fulfills this objective. The primary material accompanying the text accomplishes two very important goals--rooting the text in important known textual materials, such as Bronte's poems, Belgian devoirs, and critical reviews contemporary to the text, as well as drawing attention to new historical materials, such as an essay 'On Brain Fever, ' which illuminates Catherine's medical treatment. In short, the edition is entirely usable and an excellent choice for the classroom or the general reader."--Terri A. Hasseler "This Broadview edition of Wuthering Heights is ideal for understanding the novel. Beth Newman has written an incisive introduction, intelligently edited the text, and provided a wonderful set of contemporary documents that provide multiple valuable ways of contextualizing Bronte's powerful narrative." -- James Phelan, Ohio State University "Broadview Press's edition of Wuthering Heights, edited by Beth Newman, is a critically current and versatile text that includes solid primary materials and a strong introduction. Newman's stated aim is to provide a broad contextual understanding of contemporary critical approaches, and the finished product fulfills this objective. The primary material accompanying the text accomplishes two very important goals--rooting the text in important known textual materials, such as Bronte's poems, Belgian devoirs, and critical reviews contemporary to the text, as well as drawing attention to new historical materials, such as an essay 'On Brain Fever, ' which illuminates Catherine's medical treatment. In short, the edition is entirely usable and an excellent choice for the classroom or the general reader." -- Terri A. Hasseler, Bryant University "This Broadview edition of Wuthering Heights is ideal for understanding the novel. Beth Newman has written an incisive introduction, intelligently edited the text, and provided a wonderful set of contemporary documents that provide multiple valuable ways of contextualizing Bronte's powerful narrative." -- James Phelan, Ohio State University "Broadview Press's edition of Wuthering Heights, edited by Beth Newman, is a critically current and versatile text that includes solid primary materials and a strong introduction. Newman's stated aim is to provide a broad contextual understanding of contemporary critical approaches, and the finished product fulfills this objective. The primary material accompanying the text accomplishes two very important goals--rooting the text in important known textual materials, such as Bronte's poems, Belgian devoirs, and critical reviews contemporary to the text, as well as drawing attention to new historical materials, such as an essay 'On Brain Fever, ' which illuminates Catherine's medical treatment. In short, the edition is entirely usable and an excellent choice for the classroom or the general reader." -- Terri A. Hasseler, Bryant University "This Broadview edition of Wuthering Heights is ideal for understanding the novel. Beth Newman has written an incisive introduction, intelligently edited the text, and provided a wonderful set of contemporary documents that provide multiple valuable ways of contextualizing Bronte's powerful narrative." - James Phelan, Ohio State University "Broadview Press's edition of Wuthering Heights, edited by Beth Newman, is a critically current and versatile text that includes solid primary materials and a strong introduction. Newman's stated aim is to provide a broad contextual understanding of contemporary critical approaches, and the finished product fulfills this objective. The primary material accompanying the text accomplishes two very important goals-rooting the text in important known textual materials, such as Bronte's poems, Belgian devoirs, and critical reviews contemporary to the text, as well as drawing attention to new historical materials, such as an essay 'On Brain Fever,' which illuminates Catherine's medical treatment. In short, the edition is entirely usable and an excellent choice for the classroom or the general reader." - Terri A. Hasseler, Bryant University

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The introduction and appendices to this Broadview edition, which place Bronte's life and novel in the context of the developing "Bronte myth," explore the impact of industrialisation on the people of Yorkshire, consider the novel's representation of gender, and survey the ways contemporary scholarship has sought to account for Heathcliff, open up multiple contexts within which Wuthering Heights can be read, understood, and enjoyed.

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