Jane Urquhart, Changing Heaven


An academic researcher is struggling with an unsatisfactory relationship… A Victorian performer falls from a balloon’s wicker basket unto the moors and dies… The ghost of Emily Brontë teaches her how to be a ghost. The academic researcher comes to England to write about weather patters in Wuthering Heights. All threads are intertwined.

This book is about relationships forming, transforming and collapsing just as it is about the violence of weather patterns. Weather is a wonderful metaphor for love, in all its manifestations.

Urquhart, Jane. Changing Heaven. McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1990.

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