Brontë Society plaque on Bozar gets a facelift - It’s all too easy to walk past the bronze plaque on ‘Bozar’ commemorating Charlotte and Emily’s stay in Brussels in 1842-43, as it’s placed rather high on ...
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Set in the desolate and wild Yorkshire moors, Wuthering Heights is one of English literature’s best examples of a heart-breaking tale. Surrounded by love, loss, and revenge, Catherine and Heathcliff’s demonic love is one that will haunt and entrance you.The first 'stave' is ‘The mind-forg’d manacles’: An Introduction to Wuthering Heights by Hila Shachar, De Montfort University.