Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen (1813)
Pride and Prejudice is merely an immortal romantic novel, it is an immortal novel. It is about Mr. Darcy, a young and rich man who is looking for a bride. When he finds Elizabeth Bennet, they begin their funny courtship in an 18th century settings. Critics of the time received this novel well, and today it is celebrated as one of the best romantic books in history.
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë (1847)
After her parents died, Jane Eyre moved to her Aunt Reed house at Gateshead. Even when cruelly mistreated at Lowood charity school, Jane Eyre against the odds arises with her strong will and honor. She later become the governess at Thornfield, fall in love with Mr. Rochester, and realizes the obstacles to their legitimate marriage in a novel that skips the melodrama and exposes the passion of a woman who is looking for a fuller life than the traditional Victorian society could possibly offer. With her passionate heroine, her lethal secrets, and the decisions she ultimately makes, Charlotte Bronte’s creative and immortal romantic novel remains a captivating read.
Wuthering Heights Emily Brontë (1847)
Wuthering Heights is the frantic story of a forbidden love between Catherine Earnshaw and Heathcliff, an orphan who Catherin’s father adopted. After the death of Mr. Earnshaw, Catherin’s envious brother torment Heathcliff who abandons Wuthering Heights, thinking that Catherine does not love him back. When Heathcliff come back to Wuthering Heights as a wealthy man, he start his revenge on everyone. The action of the novel is wild and brutal, but the inner structure successfully manages the multi-layered plot. The poetic languages, the masterful descriptions put you in the haunting moorlands of Wuthering Heights effortlessly. It is not strange that this masterpiece is considered one of the most respected novels in English literature.