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Wuthering Heights

Wuthering Heights

  

by Emily Brontë

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  1. The Twilight Connection
    Stephenie Meyer's make explicit connections between her Twilight novels and Wuthering Heights. In Eclipse (the third book in the Twilight saga) in particular, Meyer compares Bella to Catherine, Edward to Heathcliff, and Jacob to Edgar Linton. Scroll down to the section titled " Bella and Edward – Cathy and Heathcliff?" for some specifics.

  2. Jane Eyre
    Emily Brontë's sister Charlotte wrote her own classic love story, complete with its very own intensely Byronic hero, Mr. Rochester.