#Wuthering Heights

What I’ve Learned from (Re)reading Wuthering Heights

I've read and reread Wuthering Heights on an almost yearly basis for over a decade. This is what it has taught me.

In Bad Company: 5 Problematic Relationships in Literature

Problematic relationships in literature abound. From Catherine and Heathcliff to Jocasta and Oedypus, read inside for the hall of stars.

The Community of Emily Brontë, and the Ever Present Appeal of WUTHERING HEIGHTS

Contrary to what certain Guardian columnists think, fans bonding over our shared love of WUTHERING HEIGHTS does not a cult of Emily Brontë make.


Are you a Heathcliffe, a Catherine, a Hindley? Check out the descriptions and tag yourself with whichever of the WUTHERING HEIGHTS characters best fits you!

20 of the Best WUTHERING HEIGHTS Quotes

Craving some of Emily Brontë's sumptuous gothic romance? Here are 20 of the best Wuthering Heights Quotes...

Queer Eye for the Classics Guy: Romantic Hero Edition

The Fab Five take on Edward, Fitzwilliam, and Heathcliff.

Confessions of a Recovering Book-to-Film Adaptation Snob

One Rioter on working to overcome adaptation snobbery.

Romantic Heroes I Wouldn’t Date

We don't want these guys to be our Valentine.

No One Wants To Read A “Healthy” Love Story

A Rioter insists that great love stories are usually a little, or a lot, messed up.

Riffing on the Classics: Books That Pay Homage