Wuthering Heights
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Literature for
Wuthering Heights (2011) More at IMDbPro »

Printed Media Reviews
Dastakian, Anne. "Vive le crime de "lèse-romancier". Les oeuvres de Tolstoï et d'Emily Brontë font l'objet de deux adaptations cinématographiques audacieuses, qui n'en sont que plus fidèles à leur esprit.". In: "Marianne" (Paris, France), Marianne SA, Iss. # 815, 1 December 2012, Pg. 89, (MG), ISSN: 1275-7500
Pallas, Hynek. "Brutalt vackert kärleksdrama (5/6)". In: "Svenska Dagbladet" (Sweden), 2 March 2012, (NP)
Whitty, Stephen. "Director's focus on visuals leaves antihero to brood and mutter". In: "Cleveland Plain Dealer via the Newark Star-Ledger" (USA), 26 October 2012, Pg. T07, (NP)
anonymous. "Les hauts de Hurlevent". In: "L'Estrade" (Metz, Moselle, France), SAS Indola Presse, Iss. # 28, December 2012, Pg. 8, (MG), ISSN: 2109-4217

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Andrea Arnold. "Wuthering Heights"

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