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_Wuthering Heights_ in Popular Culture
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"Emily Brontë's masterpiece must be one of the most frequently adapted novels in the canon. Its wide dissemination has given it the status of a modern myth, and it has inspired films and plays, sequels and poetry, an opera, a musical and a number one pop song" (Miller, viii).

1939 Academy Award winning film, Wuthering Heights:

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Nominated for 6 Academy Awards, won for Best Cinematography

1992 film, Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights:

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Notable for omitting the second generation story. Also jump started Ralph Fiennes career!

2003 MTV adaptation, Wuthering Heights:

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Features a popular, modern-day soundtrack.

2009 ITV television adaptation, Wuthering Heights:

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Aired as a two-part drama series and stars Tom Hardy and Charlotte Riley.


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Unless otherwise noted, all textual excerpts refer to the Penguin Classics edition of Wuthering Heights. All Trivia is credited to IMDb (Internet Movie Database).

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"'Wuthering Heights,'" she said, without hesitation.
The urge in my hand was growing beyond control. 'But that's unreasonable. You're talking about a work of genius'" (62).
-Breakfast at Tiffany's

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Heath Ledger and sister, Kathy, were named after Heathcliff and Catherine.


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Capote, Truman. Breakfast at Tiffany's. New York: Vintage Books, 1958. Print.

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