The Brontës : comprehensive research and study guide
Call #: 823 BRO edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom.
Series: Bloom’s major novelists
Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights
Call #: 823.8 EMI edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom.
Series: Modern critical interpretations
Call #: 823.8 HEA edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom.
Series: Major literary characters
Call #: 823.80 BRO edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom.
Series: Modern critical views
Interest Level: Young Adult
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[ Book ] Call #: F BRO Brontë, Emily, 1818-1848.
Series: Signet classic
Call #: F BRO Brontë, Emily, 1818-1848.
Snodgrass, Mary Ellen. “Bronte, Emilye.” Encyclopedia of Gothic Literature. New York: Facts On File, Inc., 2005. Bloom’s Literature, Facts On File, Inc.
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