Wuthering Heights

Written by Emily Brontë

About the author

Emily Brontë full name is Emily Jane Brontë. Emily Brontë was born in Thornton, Yorkshire, England in 1818. Emily Bronte was born as the daughter of a pastor in a village in Yorkshire, England, and after living in a country house for the rest of her life, she died of tuberculosis on December 19, 1848, living a short life and unmarried at the age of 30 years. She is sister to Charlotte Brontë, who wrote 'Jane Eyre,' and Anne Brontë, who wrote 'Agnes Gray', is her sister. Emily Brontë became an immortal writer with a single work, ‘Wuthering Heights’.

Emily Brontë, who experienced the limits of mental solitude in a wild and barren wilderness, published her novel, Wuthering Heights, a year before her death. Wuthering Heights is an 1847 novel by Emily Brontë. The only novel she wrote, it was published in December 1847 and was met with negative feedback, due to its inappropriate and displeasing content, as well as challenging against strict and ideals at the time but now it is regarded as one of the greatest novels ever written. Also, Wuthering Heights was self published. Emily and Anne has paid the sum of 50 pounds to publish Wuthering Heights and Agnes Gray together in one volume.