Wuthering Heights, Emily Jane Brontë
Emily Jane Brontë

Wuthering Heights

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A level 5 Oxford Bookworms Library graded reader. Retold for Learners of English by Clare West.

The wind is strong on the Yorkshire moors. There are few trees, and fewer houses, to block its path. There is one house, however, that does not hide from the wind. It stands out from the hill and challenges the wind to do its worst. The house is called Wuthering Heights.

When Mr Earnshaw brings a strange, small, dark child back home to Wuthering heights, it seems he has opened his doors to trouble. He has invited in something that, like the wind, is safer kept out of the house.
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tetehvicka2016has quoted2 months ago
If you stay there a moment, and watch the insects flying in the warm summer air, and listen to the soft wind breathing through the grass, you’ll understand how quietly they rest, the sleepers in that quiet earth.
Damiana Karina
Damiana Karinahas quoted6 months ago
His house is called Wuthering Heights. The name means ‘a windswept house on a hill’, and it is a very good description
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Анастасия Фурдуйhas quoted2 years ago
‘Well, I accepted him, Ellen!’ she said crossly. ‘But should I have done so? Should I? What do you think?’
‘First, do you love him?’ I asked.
‘Of course I do,’ she replied.
‘Why do you love him, Miss Catherine?’
‘Well, I do, that’s enough. Well, because he’s handsome, and a pleasant companion.’
‘Oh, that’s bad,’ I said, shaking my head.
‘And because he loves me.’
‘That’s worse.’
‘And because he’ll be rich, and I shall be the most important woman for miles around.’
‘Worst of all. But there are several other handsome, rich young men in the world. Why don’t you marry one of them?’
‘I don’t know any of them. I only know Edgar.’
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