Victorian Web: Emily Brontë George P. Landow, Professor of English and Art History at Brown University, directs this broad and comprehensive resource for courses in Victorian literature. His Brontë section is essentially a gateway to articles and sources on Brontë biographical materials, works, cultural context, themes and technique.
Emily Bronte: An Overview From the English Department at Brooklyn College. Sections include:
Wuthering Heights (1939) Original Theatrical Trailer
- Publication of Wuthering Heights & Contemporary Critics
- Later Critical response to Wuthering Heights
- Film Versions of Wuthering Heights (a list)
- The Narrator
- Wuthering Heights as Socio-Economic Novel
- Psychological Interpretations of Wuthering Heights
- Religion, Metaphysics, Mysticism and Wuthering Heights
- The Gothic and Wuthering Heights
- Romanticism and Wuthering Heights
- "I am Heathcliff"
- Emily Bronte's Poetry (online poems)
of Wuthering Heights A critical essay on Wuthering Heights written by Joyce Carol Oates
Wuthering Heights text online This provides some interesting teaching possibilities if teachers or students copy passages into a Word document:
- Students might use "Insert ----> Comment" to add their own thoughts and reactions to specific passages
- Teachers might use "Insert ---->Comment" to add contextual information, explanations, or add insights to specific passages
- Students or teachers might use "Insert ----> Hyperlink" to create links from words or sentences to a web site, picture, a dictionary, etc.
- Teachers could highlight words for students to look up or key passages
You can also have students read the entire text through Google Books as show below.
Hyper-Concordance Word searches in the complete texts of Brontë's novels