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WUTHERING HEIGHTS by Emily Brontë | Review

I’ll admit that when I first read Wuthering Heights a few years ago I wasn’t very impressed. The characters were ridiculously melodramatic, the names were confusing, and there seemed to be no point to this dark, tumultuous novel. 484 more words

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Ripening Reading

When cartoonist and author Roz Chast was asked to name five books she’d never part with or would take with her on a desert island, here’s her response: 370 more words

Down the TBR Hole #13

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Charlotte Brontë Quote

LIFE APPEARS TO ME TOO SHORT TO BE SPENT IN NURSING ANIMOSITY OR REGISTERING WRONGS.

— JANE EYRE, BY CHARLOTTE BRONTË

Wuthering Rants, chapter 11

Previously on Wuthering Heights

  • Heathcliff returned!
  • Catherine fawned on him.
  • Edgar Linton experienced incredibly justified jealousy.
  • Isabella caught a crush.
  • Heathcliff plotted to destroy them all.
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Remain

i thank my God in all my remembrance of you, dear readers,

Formal letters are rapidly fading from usage in our ultra-connected around-the-clock society. The format has drifted first to the succinct email and then to the acronym-rich twitter and now the thumbs-up emoji text. 312 more words

Beauty I Have Witnessed

Character Review: Linton Heathcliff

*Warning: This post contains spoilers about Emily Bronte’s classic novel, Wuthering Heights. Read at your own risk if you are unfamiliar with the either book or the various adaptations. 330 more words

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