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Perhaps the greatest writer of the three Bront sisters - Charlotte Emily and Anne Emily Bront published only one novel WUTHERING HEIGHTS 1847 a story of the doomed love and revenge The sisters also published jointly a volume of verse POEMS BY CURRER ELLIS AND ACTON BELL Only two copies of the book was sold --Heatcliff had knelt on one knee to embrace her he attempted to rise but she seized his hair and kept him down --I wish I could hold you she continued bitterly till we were both death I shouldnt care what you suffered I care nothing for your sufferings Why shouldnt you suffer I do Will you forget me Will you be happy when I am in the earth Will you say twenty years hence Thats the grave of Catherine Earnshaw I loved her long ago and was wretched to lose her but it is past Ive loved many others since my children are dearer to me than she was and at death I shall not rejoice that I am going to her I shall be sorry that I must leave them Will you say so Heatcliff --Dont torture me till I am as mad as yourself cried he wrenching his head free and grinding his teeth from Wuthering Heights Emily Bront was born in Thornton Yorkshire in the north of England Her father the Rev Patrick Bront had moved from Ireland to Weatherfield in Essex where he taught in Sunday school Eventually he settled in Yorkshire the centre of his lifes work In 1812 he married Maria Branwell of Penzance Patrick Bront loved poetry he published several books of prose and verse and wrote to local newspapers In 1820 he moved to Hawort a poverty-stricken little town at the edge of a large tract of moorland where he served as a rector and chairman of the parish committee The lonely purple moors became one of the most important shaping forces
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