Home That Inspired Brontë’s ‘Wuthering Heights’ Is For Sale

Home That Inspired Brontë’s ‘Wuthering Heights’ Is For Sale

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Confucius once said,” The strength of a nation derives from the integrity of the home.” This would lead one to believe that England was in deep shit when Emily Brontë wrote her gothic masterpiece Wuthering Heights. Not the most optimistic of tales, and definitely not propaganda for any time-travelers wanting to visit Victorian England, Heights depicts a homefront cake full of dysfunction, mental and physical illness with a supernatural cherry on top. It’s basically a version of The Bachelor where alcohol and drugs (I mean c’mon) are not readily available and Chris Harrison is clinically depressed. The story follows Heathcliff—one name— basically the original Cher, and …