Key Note: Wuthering Heights
Publish date: December 12th 1986
Publisher: Random House Reference
Edition language: English
This is another book in my list of "books that everyone already read but I didn't". Better late than never,I guess. I did debate for a long time on whether I liked this book or not. I came to the conclusion that yes,I did like the book. I just didn't like the characters. I don't think they were...
Until 3/4 of the way through I was highly tempted to dismiss this book with a two word review: "Histrionic nonsense." At about that point, however, I was struck by a resemblance to a superficially altogether different genre of literature - no, not the oft noted influence of the wildly popular only a...
“He's more myself than I am. Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same.” ― Wuthering Heights Emily Brontë Wuthering Heights is a tragic classic tale of love and anger and pain, as well as the big family fallout's that come with it. The two main characters in this book set abou...
Third or fourth rereading. For some reason, this book strikes me as more violent each time I read it. I don't think I want to attempt it again for a decade. Or two.
This classic has been on my To Read pile for quite some time now. I actually didn't approach it with the expectation of reading a beautiful love story – and if you follow my reviews, you know that I disklike all of those cliche type love stories with happy endings where the lovers live happily ever ...
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