Part of a series which aims to help delineate various critical approaches to specific literary texts, this book is an introduction to some of the main themes of Emily Bronte's criticism.;It is also a distinctive reading of the roles of property and passion in "Wuthering Heights", exploring the presentation of houses and property roles, the anxieties of patriarchy and tensions between literacy and superstition.;Peter Miles was the co-author of "Woman in White", "Framley Parsonage" and "Cinema, Literature and Society - Elite and Mass Culture in Interwar Britain".
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