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Wuthering Heights

goldencurlygoldencurly Posts: 2,385Registered Users
yay or nay?

I just finished reading it. Again. :mad:


  • SariaSaria Posts: 15,963Registered Users
    NAY! Do not want.
  • kat180kat180 Posts: 6,280Registered Users Curl Novice
    Love the book.

    As a romance? Nay. Lol.

    Although Catherine and Hareton's story is sweet.
  • claudine19claudine19 Posts: 4,486Registered Users
    I couldn't get through it.
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  • gagirl09gagirl09 Posts: 2,316Registered Users
    Hated that book I'm a Jane Eyre type of girl.
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  • YomYom Posts: 1,146Registered Users
    I couldn't get through it either. I had to read it in my english literature course but I just couldn't
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  • murrrcatmurrrcat Posts: 9,596Registered Users
    heathcliff is the best.
  • SpringcurlSpringcurl Posts: 8,002Registered Users
    I prefer Jane Eyre.

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  • WiregirlWiregirl Posts: 1,695Registered Users
    Yes, yes yes and the movie with
    Sir Laurence Olivier who was married to the crazy byotch Vivien Leigh at the time! To die for!
  • jeepcurlygurljeepcurlygurl Posts: 19,674Registered Users, Curl Ambassador Curl Virtuoso
    Love the book and the movie.
    I like Jane Eyre too but it's sometimes too light and fluffy for me. I'm a dark and brooding kinda girl mostly.
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  • roseannadanaroseannadana Posts: 5,632Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    Very dark. I just read Ethan Frome again and it bummed me out as usual.

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  • DedachanDedachan Posts: 1,644Registered Users
    kat180 wrote: »
    Love the book.

    As a romance? Nay. Lol.

    Although Catherine and Hareton's story is sweet.

    Me too. I find it interesting that WH delves into the romantic gothic tradition, but also exposes the kind of creepy, stalkerish lunacy which is the natural extension of that romantic ideal of eternal, larger-than-life love. Nothing good comes out of Heathcliff's unrelenting posessiveness. I think its odd so many women find him desirable. In the end, its the kinder, more compassionate and down-to-earth love between Catherine and Hareton that prevails.

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