Wuthering Heights, Annotated

Wuthering Heights, Annotated

by Emily Brontë, Richard Fadem

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REVIEWS—GOOD OR BAD—OF LITERARY MATERIAL ARE APT TO BE HIGHLY SUBJECTIVE, WHILE YOUR EXPECTATIONS FOR YOUR READING ARE SPECIFIC TO YOU. SHOULD YOU WISH TO EXPLORE BEFORE ORDERING, YOU’RE INVITED TO READ FOR FREE A PART OR ALL OF ANY BOOKDOORS NOVEL. SIMPLY GO TO BOOKDOORS.COM TO EXPLORE AS MUCH AS YOU WISH. THE BOOKS SPEAK BEST FOR THEMSELVES.

BookDoors’ WUTHERING HEIGHTS is the most expansively annotated edition of Emily Jane Brontë's great, enigmatic novel available in print or online. Designed as an eBook, this and the other BookDoors annotated editions offer you swift, seamless access to information and commentary.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940013503472
Publisher: bookdoors.com
Publication date: 12/03/2012
Series: BookDoors
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 660,142
File size: 4 MB

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