Lo, HarperCollins did look upon these works, and want a piece of the financial action. So what have they done? Committed aesthetic violence upon a public-domain novel beloved by the characters in the Twilight books, giving it a cheap and nasty copycat cover, and sent it forth to rake in the cash.
UPDATE: How do our friends at Tutis choose to cover Wuthering Heights? Like this, of course.
Yours for around US$17. Or you could lash out on the US$20 BiblioBazaar edition, which features the bicycle Heathcliff used on his trips through the moors...
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And here's something completely different: an amusingly daft cover for Goldfinger, as published by MJF Books in 1997.