This one really makes me cringe. Everything from the glaringly obvious terrible sales pitch to the image are just wrong. One, a rose? really? There couldn't have been a less appropriate flower to use, and it's thriving and bold, so unlike the dire and desperate landscape of the novel. Poor show. (Also, a love that never dies? It did die, along with Heathcliff.)
Oh yes show a vain girl putting on her make up! Because this book was really all about how polished and pretty Plath was.
"The most romantic story ever written"....between a prostitute and a gay man.
If Mill's and Boon did the 1920's.
Some re-designs really do pull it off though...
This is probably my favourite re-design ever, well done Penguin! (it's 1984 if you can't see it!)