Table of contents for Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights / Harold Bloom, editor.

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Table of Contents
Editor's Note
1. Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights
	Virginia Woolf 
2. On Wuthering Heights 
Dorothy Van Ghent
3. Looking Oppositely: Emily Bront¿'s Bible of Hell
	Sandra Gilbert and Susan Gubar
4. Emily Bront¿ In and Out of Her Time
Nancy Armstrong 
5. Baby-Work: The Myth of Rebirth in Wuthering Heights 
	Stevie Davies
6. Wuthering Heights: Uneasy Wedlock and Unquiet Slumbers
Joseph Allen Boone
7. The Power of Excommunication: Sex and the Feminine Text in Wuthering 
Regina Barreca 
8. "Your Father Was Emperor of China, and Your Mother an Indian Queen": 
9. Reverse Imperialism in Wuthering Heights
	Susan Meyer 
10. The Wuthering of Wuthering Heights
Steve Vine 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Brontáee, Emily, 1818-1848. Wuthering Heights.