“I loved teaching this to my students, although their furrowed brows when confronted by the first page of the text were sufficiently deep for cress to be grown there.
Magnificent! that Satan is so tall, dark, and handsome, and very profitably read in conjunction with 'Wuthering Heights' too. The Gilbert and Gubar essay pointing up the interrelations between the texts is exceptionally interesting too.
Altogether, a splendid ur-vater of the Gothic genre.”