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Wuthering Heights: One Volume or Two?

  • Tom Winnifrith

Abstract

On 6 April 1846 Charlotte Brontë wrote to Aylott and Jones. The letter begins:

Gentlemen — C. E. & A. Bell are now preparing for the press a work of fiction, consisting of three distinct and unconnected tales which may be published either together as a work of 3 vols. of the ordinary novel size, or separately as single vols. as shall be deemed most advisable.1

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Love Affair Efficient Division Moral Atmosphere Frightened Reaction Romantic Feeling 
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Notes

  1. 9.
    T. Winnifrith, The Brontës (London, 1977) pp. 21–2.Google Scholar

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© Tom Winnifrith 1983

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  • Tom Winnifrith

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