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Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë

I’ve been talking about reading this book for at least ten years. As a lover of literature and an English teacher it always seemed absurd to me that I couldn’t bring myself to read… 206 more words

WUTHERING HEIGHTS, Chapter 12 (in Ñspel, with audio)




Ẃl Mis Lintn môpt abt ɖ parc n gardn, olwz sîḷnt, n olmst olwz in tirz; n hr bruɖr śut hmslf p amñ bcs ɖt h nvr ôpnd—wiriyñ, I gést, wɖ a cntinyl vêg xpecteśn ɖt Caʈrin, rpntñ hr cnduct, wd cm v hr ôn acord t asc pardn, n sīc a recnsilieśn—n  5,384 more words


WUTHERING HEIGHTS, Chapter 11 (in Ñspel, with audio)




Smtmz, ẃl meditetñ on ɖz ʈñz in solityd, I’v got p in a sudn terr, n pt on mî bonit t g si hâ ol wz at ɖ farm. 4,510 more words

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Judging A Book By Its Cover: Vintage Books

This is my weekly post where I highlight and appreciate cover designs and the general physical appearance of books. We all judge book covers to some extent. 186 more words

Judging A Book

A Short Analysis of Emily Bronte's 'No Coward Soul Is Mine'

A summary of a classic poem

When Poems of Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell was published in 1846, it initially sold just two copies. The authors of the poems, better known as Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Brontë, had published the volume in the hope of raising some much-needed cash, but it was not to be. 581 more words


Book Review - Wuthering Heights

I’m a sucker for Victorian literature. It’s the language and the mannerisms, I think. No matter what the era or culture, people will almost always write and talk about the same things: love, betrayal, death, fear, and so on. 1,091 more words

Book Review

WUTHERING HEIGHTS, Chapter 10 (in Ñspel, with audio)




A ćarmñ intṛduẋn t a hrmit’s lîf! For wīcs’ torćr, tosñ, n sicṇs! Ô, ɖz blīc windz n bitr norɖn scîz, n impasbl rôdz, n diḷtri cuntri srjnz! 7,157 more words

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