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    Edition enrichie (Préface, notes, commentaires sur l'oeuvre, biographie et bibliographie)Les Hauts de Hurle-Vent sont des terres balayées par les vents du nord. Une famille y vivait, heureuse, quand un jeune bohémien attira le malheur. Mr. Earnshaw avait adopté et aimé Heathcliff. Mais ses enfants l'ont méprisé. Cachant son amour pour Catherine, la fille de son bienfaiteur, Heathcliff prépare une vengeance diabolique. Il s'approprie la fortune de la famille et réduit les héritiers en esclavage. La malédiction pèsera sur toute la descendance jusqu'au jour où la fille de Catherine aimera à son tour un être misérable et fruste. Ce roman anglais, le plus célèbre du XIXe siècle à nos jours, a été écrit par une jeune fille qui vivait avec ses soeurs au milieu des landes de bruyère. Elle ne connut jamais cette passion violente ni cette haine destructrice. Elle imagina tout, même le fantôme de la femme aimée revenant tourmenter l'orgueilleux qui l'a tuée. 

  • À l'occasion du bicentenaire de la naissance d'Emily Brontë, " Pavillons Poche " publie son chef-d'oeuvre et unique roman, Les Hauts de Hurle-Vent, avec une préface de Lydie Salvayre.
    " Il est l'orgueil en personne. Il est l'excès. Il est la foudre. Il est élégant et sauvage. Il est tendre et brutal comme un tranchant de scie. Il s'appelle Heathcliff. De Heathcliff, Emily Brontë a le caractère entier, l'insolence prompte et le refus têtu de se plier aux contraintes sociales dès lors qu'elles ne s'appuient que sur des faux-semblants. De lui, le goût de la lande que, depuis l'enfance, elle parcourt en tous sens, une lande qui meurt l'hiver sous le poids de la neige et les hurlements du vent pour renaître au printemps dans les bruyères roses et les crocus dorés dont elle fait des bouquets. Mais Emily ne partage en rien la noirceur effroyable de son héros, pas plus que sa classe sociale dite inférieure, une classe contre laquelle Heathcliff, l'enfant trouvé, l'enfant sauvage, l'enfant sans nom et sans lignage, se révoltera et se vengera avec un acharnement qui confinera à la démence. " Lydie Salvayre

  • Adopté par la famille Earnshaw, Heathcliff est élevé dans le domaine de Wuthering Heights. À la mort de son père, il est réduit au rôle de domestique. Seule la jeune Cathy Earnshaw lui permet de supporter les mauvais traitements et les insultes. Devenus inséparables, ils éprouvent bientôt l´un pour l´autre une passion dévorante. Mais leurs différences sociales condamnent leur relation. Malgré son amour, Cathy ne peut imaginer une union avec un homme sans rang ni éducation. Heathcliff en gardera à jamais une blessure profonde. De celles qui inspirent un sentiment de vengeance.

  • Lecture en français langue étrangère (FLE) au format ebook dans la collection Lecture CLE en français facile destinée aux grands adolescents et adultes niveau B2.
    Les Hauts de HurleventMr Earshaw ramène d'un voyage un jeune bohémien abandonné, Heathcliff. Celui-ci grandit avec Hindley et Catherine, les enfants Earshaw mais Hindley, qui méprise Heathcliff, va lui faire vivre un enfer. Au contraire, Catherine et Heathcliff décide alors de se venger des deux hommes, Hindley et Edgar, qui ont contrarié son amour.

  • Wuthering Heights, first published in 1847, the year before the author's death at the age of thirty, endures today as perhaps the most powerful and intensely original novel in the English language. "Only Emily Brontë," V.S. Pritchett said about the author and her contemporaries, "exposes her imagination to the dark spirit." And Virginia Woolf wrote, "It is as if she could tear up all that we know human beings by, and fill these unrecognisable transparencies with such a gust of life that they transcend reality. Hers, then, is the rarest of all powers. She could free life from its dependence on facts, with few touches indicate the spirit of a face so that it needs no body; by speaking of the moor make the wind blow and the thunder roar." This Modern Library edition contains a biographical note and preface by the author's sister Charlotte Brontë, and an Introduction by Diane Johnson.

  • Wuthering Heights is the tale of two families both joined and riven by love and hate. Cathy is a beautiful and wilful young woman torn between her soft-hearted husband and Heathcliff, the passionate and resentful man who has loved her since childhood. The power of their bond creates a maelstrom of cruelty and violence which will leave one of them dead and cast a shadow over the lives of their children. Emily Brontë's novel is a stunningly original and shocking exploration of obsessive passion

  • The poems of Emily Jane Brontë are passionate and powerful works that convey the vitality of the human spirit and of the natural world. Only twenty-one of her poems were published during her lifetime - this volume contains those and all others attributed to her. Many poems describe the mythic country of Gondal and its citizens that she imagined with Anne, and remain the only surviving record of their joint creation. Other visionary works, including 'Remembrance' and 'No coward soul is mine', boldly confront mortality and anticipate life after death. And poems such as 'Redbreast early in the morning' and 'The blue bell is the sweetest flower' evoke the wild beauties of nature she observed on the Yorkshire moors, while also examining the state of her psyche.

  • This new edition of Emily Bronte's classic 1847 novel uses the authoritative Clarendon text. Patsy Stoneman's introduction considers the bewildering variety of critical interpretation to which the novel has been subject, as well as offering some provocative new insights for the modern reader.

  • Wuthering Heights, first published in 1847, the year before the author's death at the age of thirty, endures today as perhaps the most powerful and intensely original novel in the English language. "Only Emily Brontë," V.S. Pritchett said about the author and her contemporaries, "exposes her imagination to the dark spirit." And Virginia Woolf wrote, "It is as if she could tear up all that we know human beings by, and fill these unrecognisable transparencies with such a gust of life that they transcend reality. Hers, then, is the rarest of all powers. She could free life from its dependence on facts, with few touches indicate the spirit of a face so that it needs no body; by speaking of the moor make the wind blow and the thunder roar." This Modern Library edition contains a biographical note and preface by the author's sister Charlotte Brontë, and an Introduction by Diane Johnson.

  • A level 5 Oxford Bookworms Library graded reader. Retold for Learners of English by Clare West The wind is strong on the Yorkshire moors. There are few trees, and fewer houses, to block its path. There is one house, however, that does not hide from the wind. It stands out from the hill and challenges the wind to do its worst. The house is called Wuthering Heights. When Mr Earnshaw brings a strange, small, dark child back home to Wuthering heights, it seems he has opened his doors to trouble. He has invited in something that, like the wind, is safer kept out of the house.

  • Heathcliff, an orphan, is raised by Mr Earnshaw as one of his own children. Hindley despises him but wild Cathy becomes his constant companion, and he falls deeply in love with her. When she will not marry him, Heathcliff's terrible vengeance ruins them all - but still his and Cathy's love will not die . . .

    A story of doomed love and revenge with a brilliant new introduction from the author of The Outsiders - S. E. Hinton.

  • '... ever-present, phantom thing;
    My slave, my comrade, and my king' Some of Emily Brontë's most extraordinary poems Introducing Little Black Classics: 80 books for Penguin's 80th birthday. Little Black Classics celebrate the huge range and diversity of Penguin Classics, with books from around the world and across many centuries. They take us from a balloon ride over Victorian London to a garden of blossom in Japan, from Tierra del Fuego to 16th century California and the Russian steppe. Here are stories lyrical and savage; poems epic and intimate; essays satirical and inspirational; and ideas that have shaped the lives of millions.

    Emily Brontë (1818-1848). Brontë's Wuthering Heights and The Complete Poems are available in Penguin Classics

  • "May you not rest, as long as I am living. You said I killed you - haunt me, then" Lockwood, the new tenant of Thrushcross Grange on the bleak Yorkshire moors, is forced to seek shelter one night at Wuthering Heights, the home of his landlord. There he discovers the history of the tempestuous events that took place years before: of the intense passion between the foundling Heathcliff and Catherine Earnshaw, and her betrayal of him. As Heathcliff's bitterness and vengeance is visited upon the next generation, their innocent heirs must struggle to escape the legacy of the past.

    The Penguin English Library - 100 editions of the best fiction in English, from the eighteenth century and the very first novels to the beginning of the First World War.

  • A level 5 Oxford Bookworms Library graded reader. This version includes an audio book: listen to the story as you read.
    Retold for Learners of English by Clare West.
    The wind is strong on the Yorkshire moors. There are few trees, and fewer houses, to block its path. There is one house, however, that does not hide from the wind. It stands out from the hill and challenges the wind to do its worst. The house is called Wuthering Heights.
    When Mr Earnshaw brings a strange, small, dark child back home to Wuthering heights, it seems he has opened his doors to trouble. He has invited in something that, like the wind, is safer kept out of the house.

  • One wild, snowy night on the Yorkshire moors, a gentleman asks about Wuthering Heights, the remote farmhouse inhabited by his mysterious landlord. He is told about the tragic romance of the beautiful, headstrong Cathy and the orphan Heathcliff, who - although desperately in love her - is rejected in favour of a rich suitor. But Cathy cannot forget him, and he develops a lust for revenge that will take over his life as he attempts to win her back, and to destroy everyone, and everything, he considers responsible for his loss. One of the great novels of the nineteenth century, Emily Brontë's haunting tale of passion and greed remains unsurpassed in its depiction of destructive love. This beautiful Macmillan Collector's Library edition of Wuthering Heights features an afterword by David Pinching.Designed to appeal to the booklover, the Macmillan Collector's Library is a series of beautiful gift editions of much loved classic titles. Macmillan Collector's Library are books to love and treasure.

  • Venez découvrir Les Hauts de Hurlevent, le roman d'Emily Brontë, grâce à une analyse littéraire de référence.

    Écrite par un spécialiste universitaire, cette fiche de lecture est recommandée par de nombreux enseignants.

    Cet ouvrage contient plusieurs parties :

    o la biographie de l'écrivain

    o le résumé détaillé

    o le mouvement littéraire

    o le contexte de publication du roman

    o l'analyse complète

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  • La collection « Fichebook » vous offre la possibilité de tout savoir des Hauts de Hurlevent de Emily Brontë grâce à une fiche de lecture aussi complète que détaillée. La rédaction, claire et accessible, a été confiée à un spécialiste universitaire. Notre travail éditorial vous offre un grand confort de lecture, spécialement développé pour la lecture numérique. Cette fiche de lecture répond à une charte qualité mise en place par une équipe d'enseignants. Ce livre numérique contient : - Un sommaire dynamique - Une biographie originale de Emily Brontë - La présentation de l'oeuvre - Le résumé détaillé (chapitre par chapitre) - Les raisons du succès - Les thèmes principaux - L'étude du mouvement littéraire de l'auteur


  • Découvrez l'âme tourmentée de Catherine, éternelle nostalgique d'une enfance passée sur cette lande sauvage, aux côtés d'Heathcliff, éperdument amoureux d'elle. Face à cet amour passionnel, il manque à la jeune femme cette passion en retour. Ainsi, ce supplice de chaque jour va se muer en un coup de poignard en plein coeur pour cet amant, lorsque Catherine choisit le chemin d'une vie triste et insipide aux côtés d'un autre homme, comme si cet amour ne pouvait être, comme si cette nostalgie l'effrayait.
    Un destin à faire hurler Heathcliff plus fort que les vents, ceux-là même qui emportaient leurs histoires d'enfants à une époque révolue où, main dans la main, ils auraient affronté la Terre entière.
    Quand l'amour se transforme en haine, en vengeance... en malédiction.
    Un classique à découvrir ou à redécouvrir.

  • "He's more myself than I am. Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same."

    In the winter of 1801, a man named Lockwood rents a home in Northern England. When he meets his unfriendly landlord, Heathcliff, who lives in the old nearby manor Wurthering Heights, Lockwood is curious to know why he seems so troubled. By asking his housekeeper, Lockwood finds out much more than he bargained for.

    One of the most controversial and debated love stories of all times, 'Wuthering Heights' is one of those classics you just have to read. The emotional magnitude of this novel is great and far-reaching, and the writing is both provoking and seductive. 'Wuthering Heights' has been adapted for the screen several times, the complicated role of Heathcliff having been taken on by Timothy Dalton and Ralph Fiennes to name a few. To this is day, the most well-known adaptation of Emily Brontë's only novel, however, is the song by Kate Bush.

    B. J. Harrison started his Classic Tales Podcast back in 2007, wanting to breathe new life into classic stories. He masterfully plays with a wide array of voices and accents and has since then produced over 500 audiobooks. Now in collaboration with SAGA Egmont, his engaging narration of these famous classics is available to readers everywhere.

    Emily Brontë (1818-1848) was an British poet and novelist. She was the second oldest of the three famous Brontë sisters, and in her short life she wrote only one novel, the classic 'Wuthering Heights' (1847).

  • En 1842, Emily Brontë (1818-1848) quitte l'Angleterre avec sa soeur Charlotte pour parfaire son éducation dans un pensionnat de jeunes filles à Bruxelles. Durant neuf mois, elle reçoit l'enseignement d'un professeur charismatique, Constantin Héger, qui lui apprend à écrire le français.Neuf des devoirs d'Emily ont été retrouvés. Truffés de fautes et de maladresses, ce sont les rédactions d'une étudiante de vingt-trois ans, qui résite tant bien que mal à l'autorité et à la rigueur de la langue française.Inédits en France, ces textes suggèrent déjà tout le talent de l'auteur des Hauts de Hurle-Vent, son unique roman.

  • Le monde du dessous : poèmes et proses de Gondal et d'Angria Nouv.

    Nous avons tissé une toile à l'enfance,
    Une toile aérienne et ensoleillée
    Et dans la prime enfance détecté une source
    D'eau fraîche et non souillée.
    Charlotte Brontë

    Tout le monde connaît les soeurs Brontë :
    Charlotte, Emily et Anne.
    Mais le frère, Branwell ?
    Et leur enfance dissimulée à inventer des mondes et des langages ?
    À travers poèmes et proses inédits, ce recueil reconstruit le cheminement imaginaire - « le monde du dessous », écrivait Charlotte - au coeur de la création romanesque des Brontë et lui donne tout son sens.

  • This new edition of Emily Bronte's classic 1847 novel uses the authoritative Clarendon text. Patsy Stoneman's introduction considers the bewildering variety of critical interpretation to which the novel has been subject, as well as offering some provocative new insights for the modern reader.

  • This new edition of Emily Bronte's classic 1847 novel uses the authoritative Clarendon text. Patsy Stoneman's introduction considers the bewildering variety of critical interpretation to which the novel has been subject, as well as offering some provocative new insights for the modern reader.

  • Anglais Wuthering Heights

    Bronte Emily

    This new edition of Emily Bronte's classic 1847 novel uses the authoritative Clarendon text. Patsy Stoneman's introduction considers the bewildering variety of critical interpretation to which the novel has been subject, as well as offering some provocative new insights for the modern reader.

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