Wuthering Heights (1847)

Wuthering Heights (1847)

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Emily Brontë By EmilyBronte Completed

Wuthering Heights is a wild, passionate story of the intense and almost demonic love between Catherine Earnshaw and Heathcliff, a foundling adopted by Catherine's father. After Mr Earnshaw's death, Heathcliff is bullied and humiliated by Catherine's brother Hindley and wrongly believing that his love for Catherine is not reciprocated, leaves Wuthering Heights, only to return years later as a wealthy and polished man. He proceeds to exact a terrible revenge for his former miseries. The action of the story is chaotic and unremittingly violent, but the accomplished handling of a complex structure, the evocative descriptions of the lonely moorland setting and the poetic grandeur of vision combine to make this unique novel a masterpiece of English literature.

I could swear I've read at least 100 hessa comments in like 2 minutes. Like I'm not hating on y'all for reading this because of after but like chill. We get it. You made your point but we're not all here for that same exact reason
LMDWriter LMDWriter Oct 10
Yeah Im here because of After but I WANT to read this book. And what's the matter with being here because of another book ? It's not that big of a deal and I think It's good being here because of After cause Im front Brasil so I would NEVER known about this book. Just chill out people.
camzjergi_ camzjergi_ Nov 20
Currently reading it in a book. Just finished Jane Eyre (also a book) and let me tell you reading in books is wayyyy better than phones
_Younique _Younique Nov 11
Friendly Reminder: just because you understand that doesn't mean you have the right to think you're better than others.
                              
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A class project brought me here i didn't even know wattpad had classic books on here til i took a chance and looked it io
xpranishax xpranishax Nov 28
I think by ejaculation he means interference. ' His irritating interference had no relation with my unexpected arrival'