Although originally published nearly 200 years ago, the works of the Brontë sisters continue to be read and reread today. Twenty-first-century readers are engaged by such issues as the vulnerability of children, the role of education in civilizing members of society, the mysteries of love, and women’s independence. That JANE EYRE remains a beloved novel and WUTHERING HEIGHTS an admired one today is due at least in part to the passionate intensity of their authors’ writing. In short, these books convey basic truths about human experience that are as meaningful in our day as they were in the mid-nineteenth century.
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