Haikus from Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte

From a book categorized as and 333 pages follows a description and a number of hidden haikus found in the book:

Published in 1845, Emily Bronte’s gothic novel set on the windy moors of Yorkshire is the story of the doomed love between Catherine Earnshaw and her father’s adopted son, Heathcliff. The book was initially poorly received by many critics who found its dark, tragic story needlessly harsh and disturbing. That opinion has not endured, and the only novel Emily Bronte published is now considered to be one of the great classics of English literature.

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But here is Kenneth;
I'll go down, and tell him how
much better you are.

A great addition,
in my eyes, was his being
left without an heir.

And then, I thought, how
ever will that weakling live
at Wuthering Heights?

'How strange that he should
never come to see mamma
and me!' he murmured.

'No, no; sit you down,
my good mistress,' she replied;
'you're right sickly yet.