Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights is one of the great works of English literature, and the novel that came to define English Romanticism. Set on the edge of the desolate Yorkshire Moors this novel traces the intense and ultimately destructive affair between Heathcliff and Catherine Earnshaw, a love that endures beyond their mortal confines. In his incisive introduction Jørgen Veisland notes how Brontë gives us a glimpse into a Victorian society replete with inhibitions and repressions that resist the unlocking of hidden meanings constituting the psychological, moral and epistemological plot of the text, the partly hidden but real plot within. Will the reader unlock and understand the meaning offered by this unique narrative, or reject it as something too alien to be allowed in through the window of the mind. This edition combines Brontë’s original text with Veisland’s introduction, and a newly written biography of Brontë.