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Wuthering Heights
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  • Genre: Fiction
  • Date of first publication: 1847
  • Number of pages: ~ 448
    pages
  • Amazon Rating ~ 4.4/5
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Wuthering Heights
This is not just a golden classic of world literature, but a novel that turned in its time the idea of romantic prose. Years and decades pass, but the history of Heathcliff’s stormy, tragic love and Katie is still beyond the reach of time. THROUGH POSSIBLE has been already read by many generations of women - they continue to be read now. This book does not age, as true love does not age.

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Book's Amazon Reviews
Written by Justin

I can't believe I waited all my life to read this book and thought that I was missing something. I wasn't. What makes a classic? There is such a volume of words, that you almost forget what the author started out to say. Why say it with five words when thirty or forty will do? There was no plot really and most of the characters were dark and disturbing. I kept reading, however, thinking that it would get better and it didn't. The three star rating was because the author knew a lot of big words. If you've been thinking about reading this, in my opinion, don't bother.
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Written by Penna Blu

I think it would be too presumptuous on my part to write a rewiew of this classic of English literature, about which several volumes have already been written by scholars. It holds its right place among the most renown novels of the i9th ct., and it is a masterpiece of the Romantic Age, with its beautiful captivating story of the consuming passion between the famous characters of Catherine and Heathcliff, against the haunting somber background of the Yorkshire moors, in those times so vast and desolate. I enjoyed reading the beautiful English in which is written, and the picture of the society of those days.
I want to add as well that this edition with its beautiful leather bounding is a precious addition to a classic books collection.

Written by JoJoSammy

It was a strange read. I couldn't put it down but struggled to understand the foolishness of the characters. Wasting time in their lives being cruel to each other driven to insanity through hate until the last when forgiveness purported to bring them peace in the death of Heathcliff who met up with the love of his life. Both now at peace in their Deaths?


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