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    Wuthering Heights []  2020-1-27 22:7

    Read the description. This is an 8.5 × 11 monstrosity that is masquerading as a "paperback". Ridiculous. I mean, sure, shame on me for not reading a description, but when most people say paperback, they don't mean a students textbook. Sheesh.

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    Wuthering Heights []  2020-1-27 22:7

    Listen up cause she's got a story to tell, and quite a story it is!I'm no amazing literary person, I am just a (older) girl that likes to read. I have decided this is going to be the year I read all those books that I've always heard of growing up.....but never knew the story. This was my first choice. No reason at all, it just happened to be the first one!This book was hard as h*ll to read. The first few chapters I was completely lost, only picking up main points here and there. (I never could figure out ANYTHING Joseph said throughout the entire book!) The first interaction between the spirit and Mr Lockwood was intense. But the story did not really suck me in until Catherine, Heathcliff and Mr Linton had their final face to face. The passion shown, the intensity expressed was unlike anything I had ever read before. (Of course then I was lost again, trying to figure out when Catherine got pregnant, and figured somehow that must have been explained by Joseph :) )By the time Nelly was explaining what young Cathy was going through, I couldn't place it down. I understood every bit, not Joseph, and I personally loved it. I'm sure I missed some of the deep meanings, or how this relates to what..... but that's ok! I think Emily would be just fine with someone reading this amazing work, just for fun! To think that all this intense love/hate came from a female that lived so long ago, just blows me away. From the words she wrote, I experienced exhaustion, joy, sadness, and eagerness....to search out how this story don't have to be a college or high school student being created to read this book, to grab it. I am so very glad I took the time, to spend with this crazy psychotic family. Hope my next choice brings me as much excitement!

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    Wuthering Heights []  2020-1-27 22:7

    There is something about this book that draws you in even though most of the characters are self-centered and malicious and you tend not to like them. The current of love, lust, and possession runs throughout the story which is told to the fresh renter of "The Grange" by the housekeeper of Wuthering Heights. As she sits and knits she spins the tale of the tempestuous love story of Cathy and Heathcliff, slowly but surely you are pulled in to all the machinations that the Lintons and Earnshaws and the orphan Heathcliff engage in across the cold, damp, windswept moors of the Yorkshire estate. Your mind becomes filled with Heathcliff, always Heathcliff, watching planning and deeply in love with Cathy. The story follows their lives through two a reader, I have to wonder what state of mind Emily Bronte was in when she wrote the turbulent tale. Published in 1847 the story was considered lurid and shocking, but a masterpiece. It is Bronte's only novel and is as relevant today as it was back then. Emily Bronte had been ill for some time and died in December of 1848.

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    Wuthering Heights []  2020-1-27 22:7

    I know this is a classic, but I hated this book. I hated Cathy, I hated Heathcliff and I thought everyone should just be smacked with the skillet and sent to bed without dinner.I wasn't feelin the lurve, I wasn't feeling the like and why this is categorized as a romance when it so obviously is NOT is beyond ill the film with Merle Oberon and Lawrence Olivier is perfect - so at least I got that out of it.

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    Wuthering Heights []  2020-1-27 22:7

    A timeless classic. I read this book a long time ago and decided to read it again. Enjoyed it even more as a more mature women. :-) It's a sad story that makes you feel sorry for a lot of of the characters but it's a amazing escape back to a time and put so various from where we are now.

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    Wuthering Heights []  2020-1-27 22:7

    Never in my recollection have i ever wanted to step into the pages of a book that I was reading so that I could murder the protagonist of the novel. Heathcliff"a cruelty toward all of the other characters in this book created me wish the main characters to rise up and inflict as much physical and psychological pain upon him as he had inflicted upon him. The real irony of this hero was that he ultimately achieved his position of wealth and power because of the kindness and benevolence of another hero who picked him up as a road urchin and brought him home with him and introduced him to a life of wealth, luxury, comfort and education that he would never experienced had he not been the latest of such kindness from a total stranger,But alas, I was not to see anyone give Heathcliff the type of painful and inhumane death that he so richly deserved. The end of this book showed that right would prevail in the end, but I did not obtain the level of satisfaction that I would have experienced had i been the author rather than Emily Bronte.

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    Wuthering Heights []  2020-1-27 22:7

    I read this book in high school, but didn't pay much attention to it. Something about having to read a book, vs wanting to read a book. I thoroughly enjoyed it! I had forgotten a lot of of the characters and had really forgotten their roles in the book. I can see why this is a classic. I was surprised at Heathcliffs character, I didn't remember him being such a jerk. I couldn't place it down and think everyone should read at least a few classics every year. I know I have several on my TBR list for this year. They are classics for a reason!

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    Wuthering Heights []  2020-1-27 22:7

    One of my favorite classics... it was my introduction to Victorian tragedy. Ego keeps them apart until the cliffs in the heather moores bring them back together. My highschool English teacher, who just happened to be my mother's highschool English teacher, retired the year I had him. At the end of school that year, he gave me the only copy of this story he had ever used, throughout his entire teaching career. And that was a hundred years ago, in the 90's. It's still my most cherished possession! In it's cover he wrote "To PL, who has unraveled me more than this book can ever show."Though it may seem over-dramatic to some, think of it more as a view into the harsh reality of the Victorian mindset: the fear of miasma, and now possibly water, causing death; the brutality afflicted by the upper classes; the few amongst them who were truly amazing and brought hope, even sometimes offering a step up to the next rung in a ladder; the quickness with which a family's status could rise and fall; the fact that death and loss were every day realities; but most importantly, the tragedy of love itself, in an Era divided by the haves and have nots.

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    Wuthering Heights []  2020-1-27 22:7

    I first read Wuthering Heights as recommended reading during my school years. Even as a callow youth it created a large impression on me and I have always counted it among my top 10 novels and Emily Bronte as my favourite female writer.I don't know what stimulated me to return to it after a 40 year hiatus but I did and found all of the old remembered power that moved me on first reading but with fresh appreciations that age and a lifetime of experience add.Wuthering Heights is an simple novel to read, gripping in its action and characterisations. But on an emotional level it packs a punch which can somethings threaten to overwhelm the reader, there were indeed times when I felt I required to close the book and distance myself a while. None of the characters exist in a fantasy globe of nice, perfectly-imagined people, perhaps Edgar comes close, while portrayed as weak. The others are bu turns whimsical, unruly, emotionally unpredictable, often to the point of instability, violent in their moods and desires. It is as if each fresh wind across the moorland heights brings fresh moods and desperate promptings. Characters are prey to their emotions and are turned and twisted by them. Happenings follow.Heathcliffe of course is the key personage. In the novel he is far distant from any romanticised ver movie television or scene dramatisations might offer. He is brutal, vengeful, destructive, dangerous, and angry with love and grief... He truly is a creature bound to his own private hell, seeking to revenge himself on everyone who denied him his Cathy. The success of his portrayal is of course that you somewhere search pity for him, while you feel terror at his treatment of those around him, sating himself on their downfall and even death. Amazing will of course in some measure victory out in the reading the novel so a lot of years later I was more appalled at the happenings of the book than upon my teenage reading... Back then I was so impressed by the intensity and power of its portrayals. I read it with far more feeling this time... far more responsiveness to the human awfulness unfolding, far more understanding perhaps of the human fraility of the characters. I was not I must say enamoured of the use of the Housekeeper, Ellen Dean, as a mouthpiece for the tale... but that can be left to one side... It is a quibble. Having said that I cannot now imagine the novel without is is a amazing novel. What makes it amazing is its extraordinary emotional power, its fearless unflinching depiction of flawed humanity, and the immense courage and force of feeling of Emily Bronte in imagining it all and committing it to paper. There are few books like it in all of literature and one can only wonder and what depths she plumbed inside her to drawn her visceral creations out... She journeyed where few writers go, and gave us the molten and lambent product of her own being and imagination. As readers we can only stand awed and grateful, and shaken...I still count this novel after a lifetime of reading among my Top 10 of all time. Emily Bronte is still a writer I love. My favourite female writer, but also much much more.

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    Wuthering Heights []  2020-1-27 22:7

    So claims Joyce Carol Oates, who introduces this lovingly produced edition (1999) of Emily's Brontë's classic. As one would expect of Ms. Oates, her introduction is erudite without fussiness, critical without pretension, locating Brontë's evergreen work within the contexts of her family, life, times, and other novels that cross the boundaries of realism, romance, and is review focuses on the series of which it is a member: Oxford Globe Classics, published in the late twentieth century. Consider this an attractively jacketed, hardcover, well-bound Penguin: 4.5" x 6.5" x .50", easily portable in purse or briefcase. If you like to read classics as classics, not as Kindles, this should with other books in this series, a downside to this volume is the size of its type. In order to compress so huge a book into convenient, little dimensions, the point-size of Oxford's beautiful font is about 9 or 10. Older readers, like myself, will need reading glasses. Another downside may be availability: I have the impression that the six or seven classic novels in this series did not stay in print very long. In any happening I found some handsome copies from Amazon vendor awesomebooksusa, which securely packaged and delivered multiple volumes in the series—this, "Middlemarch," and "Madame Bovary"—in timely fashion. If you wish a collection of well-manufactured classics, mostly in English literature, in convenient size and reasonable price, this series comes highly recommended.

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    Wuthering Heights (AmazonClassics Edition) []  2020-1-17 22:25

    This was a very terrifying story about 2 people in love who destroyed a lot of other people's lives, including each other. It was touted as a Romeo and Juliet type of love story and it couldn't be more opposite with cruelty and selfishness.

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    Wuthering Heights (Penguin Classics) []  2020-9-23 19:25

    There is something about this book that draws you in even though most of the characters are self-centered and malicious and you tend not to like them. The current of love, lust, and possession runs throughout the story which is told to the fresh renter of "The Grange" by the housekeeper of Wuthering Heights. As she sits and knits she spins the tale of the tempestuous love story of Cathy and Heathcliff, slowly but surely you are pulled in to all the machinations that the Lintons and Earnshaws and the orphan Heathcliff engage in across the cold, damp, windswept moors of the Yorkshire estate. Your mind becomes filled with Heathcliff, always Heathcliff, watching planning and deeply in love with Cathy. The story follows their lives through two a reader, I have to wonder what state of mind Emily Bronte was in when she wrote the turbulent tale. Published in 1847 the story was considered lurid and shocking, but a masterpiece. It is Bronte's only novel and is as relevant today as it was back then. Emily Bronte had been ill for some time and died in December of 1848.

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    Wuthering Heights (Penguin Classics) []  2020-9-23 19:25

    It's awesome what aging does. I'm not talking about this classic novel by Emily Brontë. I'm talking about me. I first read "Wuthering Heights" the summer I was 15. At the pool. That was probably not the best place. I don't really remember much about the book or even if I finished it (doubtful), but I do remember being confounded and slightly horrified by most of it. What a difference growing up and experiencing life makes for better understanding such classic works. I'm so glad I read this again as an is Gothic novel reads like a Romantic Period-Victorian Age soap opera—and a very sad one at that. Heathcliff is adopted as a child—more like a rescued ruffian—by old Mr. Earnshaw and grows up with Earnshaw's two children, Hindley and Catherine. Heathcliff and Catherine, both of whom have violent, narcissistic personalities, become best mates and fall in love. But Catherine marries someone else—for money. Heathcliff marries someone else—for spite. Both have (spoiled, self-centered) children, and they in turn fall in love. And almost everyone dies. That beautiful much sums up the plot.But this book is so much more than plot; it's also a statement about relationships of all types—from passionate love to family to friends—and the varying and intense emotions we bring to them, some of which are obsessive and destructive. Overriding themes of death, violence, and the supernatural are woven throughout the e book is also a fascinating study of homelife in the 1800s, and the importance of women—even if they are only servants—in making that home safe, secure, and welcoming, as well as the darkness that shrouds a home when a woman isn't with caution. This is not a satisfied book. It's actually kind of terrifying.

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    Wuthering Heights (Chiltern Classic) []  2020-10-25 19:36

    There is something about this book that draws you in even though most of the characters are self-centered and malicious and you tend not to like them. The current of love, lust, and possession runs throughout the story which is told to the fresh renter of "The Grange" by the housekeeper of Wuthering Heights. As she sits and knits she spins the tale of the tempestuous love story of Cathy and Heathcliff, slowly but surely you are pulled in to all the machinations that the Lintons and Earnshaws and the orphan Heathcliff engage in across the cold, damp, windswept moors of the Yorkshire estate. Your mind becomes filled with Heathcliff, always Heathcliff, watching planning and deeply in love with Cathy. The story follows their lives through two a reader, I have to wonder what state of mind Emily Bronte was in when she wrote the turbulent tale. Published in 1847 the story was considered lurid and shocking, but a masterpiece. It is Bronte's only novel and is as relevant today as it was back then. Emily Bronte had been ill for some time and died in December of 1848.

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    Wuthering Heights (Chiltern Classic) []  2020-10-25 19:36

    Never in my recollection have i ever wanted to step into the pages of a book that I was reading so that I could murder the protagonist of the novel. Heathcliff"a cruelty toward all of the other characters in this book created me wish the main characters to rise up and inflict as much physical and psychological pain upon him as he had inflicted upon him. The real irony of this hero was that he ultimately achieved his position of wealth and power because of the kindness and benevolence of another hero who picked him up as a road urchin and brought him home with him and introduced him to a life of wealth, luxury, comfort and education that he would never experienced had he not been the latest of such kindness from a total stranger,But alas, I was not to see anyone give Heathcliff the type of painful and inhumane death that he so richly deserved. The end of this book showed that right would prevail in the end, but I did not obtain the level of satisfaction that I would have experienced had i been the author rather than Emily Bronte.

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    Wuthering Heights (Chiltern Classic) []  2020-10-25 19:36

    Listen up cause she's got a story to tell, and quite a story it is!I'm no amazing literary person, I am just a (older) girl that likes to read. I have decided this is going to be the year I read all those books that I've always heard of growing up.....but never knew the story. This was my first choice. No reason at all, it just happened to be the first one!This book was hard as h*ll to read. The first few chapters I was completely lost, only picking up main points here and there. (I never could figure out ANYTHING Joseph said throughout the entire book!) The first interaction between the spirit and Mr Lockwood was intense. But the story did not really suck me in until Catherine, Heathcliff and Mr Linton had their final face to face. The passion shown, the intensity expressed was unlike anything I had ever read before. (Of course then I was lost again, trying to figure out when Catherine got pregnant, and figured somehow that must have been explained by Joseph :) )By the time Nelly was explaining what young Cathy was going through, I couldn't place it down. I understood every bit, not Joseph, and I personally loved it. I'm sure I missed some of the deep meanings, or how this relates to what..... but that's ok! I think Emily would be just fine with someone reading this amazing work, just for fun! To think that all this intense love/hate came from a female that lived so long ago, just blows me away. From the words she wrote, I experienced exhaustion, joy, sadness, and eagerness....to search out how this story don't have to be a college or high school student being created to read this book, to grab it. I am so very glad I took the time, to spend with this crazy psychotic family. Hope my next choice brings me as much excitement!

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    Wuthering Heights (AmazonClassics Edition) []  2020-1-17 22:25

    I really don't understand why people like this book because it is dry and hard to read. People say it's a love story, but I don't understand how it is one. For me, I am just going to stick to my normal books that I read. I only tried to read this one since it's on the amazing American read book list. But I wouldn't recommend it to other readers because I myself didn't have fun it.

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    Wuthering Heights (AmazonClassics Edition) []  2020-1-17 22:25

    I had never read Wuthering Heights before and found the book somewhat difficult to follow due to the Author's writing style, but I also found the book to be impactful in the method that the characters were portrayed. I believe that it would be near impossible not to dislike some of the characters and to like other characters. To anyone who has not read Withering Heights, I would suggest reading this book and then deciding for themselves.

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    Wuthering Heights (Penguin Classics) []  2020-9-23 19:25

    I first read Wuthering Heights as recommended reading during my school years. Even as a callow youth it created a large impression on me and I have always counted it among my top 10 novels and Emily Bronte as my favourite female writer.I don't know what stimulated me to return to it after a 40 year hiatus but I did and found all of the old remembered power that moved me on first reading but with fresh appreciations that age and a lifetime of experience add.Wuthering Heights is an simple novel to read, gripping in its action and characterisations. But on an emotional level it packs a punch which can somethings threaten to overwhelm the reader, there were indeed times when I felt I required to close the book and distance myself a while. None of the characters exist in a fantasy globe of nice, perfectly-imagined people, perhaps Edgar comes close, while portrayed as weak. The others are bu turns whimsical, unruly, emotionally unpredictable, often to the point of instability, violent in their moods and desires. It is as if each fresh wind across the moorland heights brings fresh moods and desperate promptings. Characters are prey to their emotions and are turned and twisted by them. Happenings follow.Heathcliffe of course is the key personage. In the novel he is far distant from any romanticised ver movie television or scene dramatisations might offer. He is brutal, vengeful, destructive, dangerous, and angry with love and grief... He truly is a creature bound to his own private hell, seeking to revenge himself on everyone who denied him his Cathy. The success of his portrayal is of course that you somewhere search pity for him, while you feel terror at his treatment of those around him, sating himself on their downfall and even death. Amazing will of course in some measure victory out in the reading the novel so a lot of years later I was more appalled at the happenings of the book than upon my teenage reading... Back then I was so impressed by the intensity and power of its portrayals. I read it with far more feeling this time... far more responsiveness to the human awfulness unfolding, far more understanding perhaps of the human fraility of the characters. I was not I must say enamoured of the use of the Housekeeper, Ellen Dean, as a mouthpiece for the tale... but that can be left to one side... It is a quibble. Having said that I cannot now imagine the novel without is is a amazing novel. What makes it amazing is its extraordinary emotional power, its fearless unflinching depiction of flawed humanity, and the immense courage and force of feeling of Emily Bronte in imagining it all and committing it to paper. There are few books like it in all of literature and one can only wonder and what depths she plumbed inside her to drawn her visceral creations out... She journeyed where few writers go, and gave us the molten and lambent product of her own being and imagination. As readers we can only stand awed and grateful, and shaken...I still count this novel after a lifetime of reading among my Top 10 of all time. Emily Bronte is still a writer I love. My favourite female writer, but also much much more.

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    Wuthering Heights (Penguin Classics) []  2020-9-23 19:25

    One of my favorite classics... it was my introduction to Victorian tragedy. Ego keeps them apart until the cliffs in the heather moores bring them back together. My highschool English teacher, who just happened to be my mother's highschool English teacher, retired the year I had him. At the end of school that year, he gave me the only copy of this story he had ever used, throughout his entire teaching career. And that was a hundred years ago, in the 90's. It's still my most cherished possession! In it's cover he wrote "To PL, who has unraveled me more than this book can ever show."Though it may seem over-dramatic to some, think of it more as a view into the harsh reality of the Victorian mindset: the fear of miasma, and now possibly water, causing death; the brutality afflicted by the upper classes; the few amongst them who were truly amazing and brought hope, even sometimes offering a step up to the next rung in a ladder; the quickness with which a family's status could rise and fall; the fact that death and loss were every day realities; but most importantly, the tragedy of love itself, in an Era divided by the haves and have nots.

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    Wuthering Heights (Chiltern Classic) []  2020-10-25 19:36

    One of my favorite classics... it was my introduction to Victorian tragedy. Ego keeps them apart until the cliffs in the heather moores bring them back together. My highschool English teacher, who just happened to be my mother's highschool English teacher, retired the year I had him. At the end of school that year, he gave me the only copy of this story he had ever used, throughout his entire teaching career. And that was a hundred years ago, in the 90's. It's still my most cherished possession! In it's cover he wrote "To PL, who has unraveled me more than this book can ever show."Though it may seem over-dramatic to some, think of it more as a view into the harsh reality of the Victorian mindset: the fear of miasma, and now possibly water, causing death; the brutality afflicted by the upper classes; the few amongst them who were truly amazing and brought hope, even sometimes offering a step up to the next rung in a ladder; the quickness with which a family's status could rise and fall; the fact that death and loss were every day realities; but most importantly, the tragedy of love itself, in an Era divided by the haves and have nots.

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    Wuthering Heights (AmazonClassics Edition) []  2020-1-17 22:25

    I read WH using a Book, The Kindle, and a 6th Gen iPad. There are a ton of reviews for WH, I am writing to The Kindle Experience, on WH.WH is a fairly long book, and after not too long it is obvious the Kindle is very awkward to hold, it's a small, flat, square plate, and in the 'case' it is still a square plate, slightly thicker. There are no handholds anywhere, and no comfortable balance point, except flat. Reading at night was a chore, there are no comfortable e screen is necessarily touch sensitive, adding to the awkwardness, even with the "Page" buttons of the e iPad has a very smooth page transition effect, while the Kindle Flashes, a important evil to its "ink" technology. These flashes, in a long book like WH, become very, very distracting and very e iPad allows for simple highlighting, while the Kindle "highlight" requires "touch", "pause", "drag", and then "touch" again to clear the annoying options box.A swipe with the Kindle might page forward, or not, the Kindle touch screen is less sensitive (or intelligent) than an e Kindle user interface is awkward: font size, brightness, and "My Library" are priority stuff and should be one click, but on Kindle, they are several awkward clicks away. So transitions between books and between night and day reading become annoying. I should add that Book Purchase Recommendations are 1 click paring the Kindle screen directly versus the iPad is simply unfair, no one uses the Kindle screen on a PC or iPad, only Kindle uses a Kindle screen. While the resolution is related between iPad and Kindle, the Kindle viewing experience is dull, fuzzy, hazy, "brown", even though it is black and s, the Kindle is much cheaper than an iPad. Too much so. The experience reflects the price.Having said that, thank you Kindle for making an iPad Kindle app, the "Kindle" reading experience on an iPad is wonderful.

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    Wuthering Heights (Penguin Classics) []  2020-9-23 19:25

    Read the description. This is an 8.5 × 11 monstrosity that is masquerading as a "paperback". Ridiculous. I mean, sure, shame on me for not reading a description, but when most people say paperback, they don't mean a students textbook. Sheesh.

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    Wuthering Heights (Penguin Classics) []  2020-9-23 19:25

    Never in my recollection have i ever wanted to step into the pages of a book that I was reading so that I could murder the protagonist of the novel. Heathcliff"a cruelty toward all of the other characters in this book created me wish the main characters to rise up and inflict as much physical and psychological pain upon him as he had inflicted upon him. The real irony of this hero was that he ultimately achieved his position of wealth and power because of the kindness and benevolence of another hero who picked him up as a road urchin and brought him home with him and introduced him to a life of wealth, luxury, comfort and education that he would never experienced had he not been the latest of such kindness from a total stranger,But alas, I was not to see anyone give Heathcliff the type of painful and inhumane death that he so richly deserved. The end of this book showed that right would prevail in the end, but I did not obtain the level of satisfaction that I would have experienced had i been the author rather than Emily Bronte.

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    Wuthering Heights (Chiltern Classic) []  2020-10-25 19:36

    They look beautiful on the website, but these editions are printed in Communist China where the entire government is one massive, human rights violation. Skip this edition and buy the Everyman's edition of the same book that is printed in Germany (ASIN - B007M81R00). Part of the marketing claim for these versions is that because they are a limited run, they will be regarded as collectable in time. That's unlikely for a Chinese print of a Western Classic. If you wish a collectable copy, Abebooks (still an Amazon company). Such a disappointment because this idea of printing classics by season is such a amazing idea.

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    Wuthering Heights (Chiltern Classic) []  2020-10-25 19:36

    This is a lovely collection, and I created sure to grab it early because at 10,000 copies each I knew they would sell out. I appreciate that they came with a plastic jacket to protect the book, but it is very cheap cellophane and is not meant to be kept on the books. The die cuts are EXTREMELY delicate and you have to be careful when pulling them off of the shelf when they are next to each other. One die chop can grab another on a second book and rip. I want that they had come with better quality covers, I'm definitely going to need to cover them myself. In addition, there were slight brown marks on my books, and much more browning on the inside of the dust jackets, where it appears that the die cutting machine got too hot and actually burned the paper. I've contacted several other book collector mates who confirmed that their set was the same. But for the price, they are a decent collection. I hope that when the future seasons books come out that they will address these issues.

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    Wuthering Heights (AmazonClassics Edition) []  2020-1-17 22:25

    The author had a true bonus for describing people, places, and events. Her use of language is quite good. That said, this is a story about toxic people who create the Kardashians and the Trumps look like the Brady Bunch. The housekeeper Mrs Dean is the single remotely decent human being in the whole story. I'm glad I read this, if only to see what all the fuss was about. But I doubt that I'll read it again.

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    Wuthering Heights (AmazonClassics Edition) []  2020-1-17 22:25

    This was and remains a book I love. I did test to review previously but my words disappeared so rather than test to repeat what I may not remember perfectly I will say that this is something to learn from. Love can be as much a danger to our souls as it can be a blessing.

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    Wuthering Heights (AmazonClassics Edition) []  2020-1-17 22:25

    The story's characters are so unlikable. I loved Jane Eyre, love Jane Austen, loved Tolstoy.... this was just so negative I dont plan on picking it up again. Maybe I'll watch the movie. The kindle edition was fine.

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    Wuthering Heights (Penguin Classics) []  2020-9-23 19:25

    A timeless classic. I read this book a long time ago and decided to read it again. Enjoyed it even more as a more mature women. :-) It's a sad story that makes you feel sorry for a lot of of the characters but it's a amazing escape back to a time and put so various from where we are now.

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    Wuthering Heights (Penguin Classics) []  2020-9-23 19:25

    I had this book sitting on my shelf unread for over 30 years after picking it up at a giveaway at some point in high school. I'd always just lumped it in my mind with the likes of Pride and Prejudice, or Small Women, or Downton Abbey as being a sort of frivolous story of the inconsequental romances of British aristocrats and so probably not worth the time to actually read. After a latest move, though, I've commited to not putting any book back on one of my bookshelves until I've actually read it, so I'm going through and either reading through or sampling and throwing out a box of long unread books. Wuthering Heights so far has been the standout positive surprise in this process, and it's now getting reshelved on the book shelf I reserve for the very best books I e violent, sadistic, emotional, often irrational behavior of the characters in this book is what stands out. It's relentless from begin to finish. Heathcliff is a not good person all through, driven by revenge and hatred versus everyone around him, and Emily Bronte's dedication to never reforming him or sanding off the rough edges is admirable. At first I thought maybe the not good treatment he received at times as a kid and his humorously brusk behavior towards the sometimes silly Lockwood early in the book might create him somewhat sympathetic. But then he gets into beating his wife, kidnapping and beating his daughter in law and stealing all her possessions, basically torturing his son and leaving him to die, et al., darker and darker. Catherine Earnshaw is almost as poor in a way, and just about everyone else (younger Cathy, Isabella, Edgar, Hindley, Hareton, Joseph) is basically poor at their core to some extent with the exception of the terrific Nelly Dean (and even she makes some not good decisions that accelerate the evil, selfish behavior of Heathcliff and others). My favorite author is Dostoevsky, and the constant heightened sense of passionate struggle and storms of emotion and tendency to violent outbursts of characters in Wuthering Heights kind of reminded me of him, but it's of a very different, more primal sort here than Dostoevsky's characters being more often animated by ideas or existential philosophical distress of some sort.

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    Wuthering Heights (Chiltern Classic) []  2020-10-25 19:36

    I first read Wuthering Heights as recommended reading during my school years. Even as a callow youth it created a large impression on me and I have always counted it among my top 10 novels and Emily Bronte as my favourite female writer.I don't know what stimulated me to return to it after a 40 year hiatus but I did and found all of the old remembered power that moved me on first reading but with fresh appreciations that age and a lifetime of experience add.Wuthering Heights is an simple novel to read, gripping in its action and characterisations. But on an emotional level it packs a punch which can somethings threaten to overwhelm the reader, there were indeed times when I felt I required to close the book and distance myself a while. None of the characters exist in a fantasy globe of nice, perfectly-imagined people, perhaps Edgar comes close, while portrayed as weak. The others are bu turns whimsical, unruly, emotionally unpredictable, often to the point of instability, violent in their moods and desires. It is as if each fresh wind across the moorland heights brings fresh moods and desperate promptings. Characters are prey to their emotions and are turned and twisted by them. Happenings follow.Heathcliffe of course is the key personage. In the novel he is far distant from any romanticised ver movie television or scene dramatisations might offer. He is brutal, vengeful, destructive, dangerous, and angry with love and grief... He truly is a creature bound to his own private hell, seeking to revenge himself on everyone who denied him his Cathy. The success of his portrayal is of course that you somewhere search pity for him, while you feel terror at his treatment of those around him, sating himself on their downfall and even death. Amazing will of course in some measure victory out in the reading the novel so a lot of years later I was more appalled at the happenings of the book than upon my teenage reading... Back then I was so impressed by the intensity and power of its portrayals. I read it with far more feeling this time... far more responsiveness to the human awfulness unfolding, far more understanding perhaps of the human fraility of the characters. I was not I must say enamoured of the use of the Housekeeper, Ellen Dean, as a mouthpiece for the tale... but that can be left to one side... It is a quibble. Having said that I cannot now imagine the novel without is is a amazing novel. What makes it amazing is its extraordinary emotional power, its fearless unflinching depiction of flawed humanity, and the immense courage and force of feeling of Emily Bronte in imagining it all and committing it to paper. There are few books like it in all of literature and one can only wonder and what depths she plumbed inside her to drawn her visceral creations out... She journeyed where few writers go, and gave us the molten and lambent product of her own being and imagination. As readers we can only stand awed and grateful, and shaken...I still count this novel after a lifetime of reading among my Top 10 of all time. Emily Bronte is still a writer I love. My favourite female writer, but also much much more.

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    Wuthering Heights (Chiltern Classic) []  2020-10-25 19:36

    TL;DR: The kindle ver from this particular seller is atrocious - buy another is is not a review for the book itself (which I love); rather this a review for this particular kindle version. It is clearly some horrible translation and honestly reads like someone place a foreign translation of the book into Google translate to convert it back to r example, the first paragraph of this kindle ver contains the sentence "Before well, his black eyes were hidden under her eyelids, and her fingers were plunged deeper into the pockets of his vest, to the announce me my name," which is actually gibberish. (For reference, the sentence this should have read "He small imagined how my heart warmed towards him when I beheld his black eyes withdraw so suspiciously under their brows, as I rode up, and when his fingers sheltered themselves, with a jealous resolution, still further in his waistcoat, as I announced my name.")

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    Wuthering Heights (AmazonClassics Edition) []  2020-1-17 22:25

    Intense, deep in emotions, very well written, solid characters, a five stars book. When child my older brother told me it was a amazing reading too, so now as an adult I wanted to give it a try: it ended being s reading it have felt as inside a prison. All the characters are miserable, the setting are two boring homes, all their lives are told as boring family gossips, that feel quite true and create for not a boring book. I couldn't avoid to think that the characters would be happier if just in one home would live women alone and in the other only men, as their curse is the relationships among them. Also I felt the male characters were a bit flat, but maybe is a correct depiction of the times.I have read stories from terror and gore genres, so I am not afraid of hellish narrations or misery. But this book seems even stronger that what I have ever read. Maybe as the themes are things we are very close to live. I am not much into realism and therefore my rating, the book is good, but not of the type I'd enjoy.About the AmazonClassics edition it has a modern formatting and typography; the always perfect and not intrusive X-Ray to check characters and details; and a pure experience of reading without other additions but a little biography at the end. A highly recommended edition.

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    Wuthering Heights (AmazonClassics Edition) []  2020-1-17 22:25

    It's sad that this is the only novel written by Emily Brontë. I had a amazing reading experience. The characters were deeply troubled and flawed. Each one was so selfish except for the housekeeper. And then there is joseph whose accent is is masterpiece is nothing as a page turner but Emily's writing style is compelling enough to read through the latest page.A classic read!

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    Wuthering Heights (AmazonClassics Edition) []  2020-1-17 22:25

    The epitome of hate, love, familial politics. Not quite stable and yet hopeful sanguine relationships. Satisfied endings?That's a classic tail and although the period language is frustrating at times, it IS worth reading.

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    Wuthering Heights (Penguin Classics) []  2020-9-23 19:25

    They look beautiful on the website, but these editions are printed in Communist China where the entire government is one massive, human rights violation. Skip this edition and buy the Everyman's edition of the same book that is printed in Germany (ASIN - B007M81R00). Part of the marketing claim for these versions is that because they are a limited run, they will be regarded as collectable in time. That's unlikely for a Chinese print of a Western Classic. If you wish a collectable copy, Abebooks (still an Amazon company). Such a disappointment because this idea of printing classics by season is such a amazing idea.

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    Wuthering Heights (Penguin Classics) []  2020-9-23 19:25

    Listen up cause she's got a story to tell, and quite a story it is!I'm no amazing literary person, I am just a (older) girl that likes to read. I have decided this is going to be the year I read all those books that I've always heard of growing up.....but never knew the story. This was my first choice. No reason at all, it just happened to be the first one!This book was hard as h*ll to read. The first few chapters I was completely lost, only picking up main points here and there. (I never could figure out ANYTHING Joseph said throughout the entire book!) The first interaction between the spirit and Mr Lockwood was intense. But the story did not really suck me in until Catherine, Heathcliff and Mr Linton had their final face to face. The passion shown, the intensity expressed was unlike anything I had ever read before. (Of course then I was lost again, trying to figure out when Catherine got pregnant, and figured somehow that must have been explained by Joseph :) )By the time Nelly was explaining what young Cathy was going through, I couldn't place it down. I understood every bit, not Joseph, and I personally loved it. I'm sure I missed some of the deep meanings, or how this relates to what..... but that's ok! I think Emily would be just fine with someone reading this amazing work, just for fun! To think that all this intense love/hate came from a female that lived so long ago, just blows me away. From the words she wrote, I experienced exhaustion, joy, sadness, and eagerness....to search out how this story don't have to be a college or high school student being created to read this book, to grab it. I am so very glad I took the time, to spend with this crazy psychotic family. Hope my next choice brings me as much excitement!

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    Wuthering Heights (Chiltern Classic) []  2020-10-25 19:36

    A timeless classic. I read this book a long time ago and decided to read it again. Enjoyed it even more as a more mature women. :-) It's a sad story that makes you feel sorry for a lot of of the characters but it's a amazing escape back to a time and put so various from where we are now.

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    Wuthering Heights (Chiltern Classic) []  2020-10-25 19:36

    The original film was great, but bears only a slight similarity to the novel, which is poorly written. Yes, the Bronté sisters are famous, Charlotte deservedly so. But Emily – though clearly well educated – writes stifling prose, with implausible plots, thin and inconsistently drawn characters, boring subplots, and cruel, unlikable protagonists. "But wait, there's more": she has the most dismal, uninspiring sense of life of any novelist in my memory; I had to force myself to finish the book, drank for escape while enduring it, and needing some time to recover from its ill effects upon my normally optimistic zest for life.

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    Wuthering Heights (Dover Thrift Editions) []  2020-11-25 20:18

    There is something about this book that draws you in even though most of the characters are self-centered and malicious and you tend not to like them. The current of love, lust, and possession runs throughout the story which is told to the fresh renter of "The Grange" by the housekeeper of Wuthering Heights. As she sits and knits she spins the tale of the tempestuous love story of Cathy and Heathcliff, slowly but surely you are pulled in to all the machinations that the Lintons and Earnshaws and the orphan Heathcliff engage in across the cold, damp, windswept moors of the Yorkshire estate. Your mind becomes filled with Heathcliff, always Heathcliff, watching planning and deeply in love with Cathy. The story follows their lives through two a reader, I have to wonder what state of mind Emily Bronte was in when she wrote the turbulent tale. Published in 1847 the story was considered lurid and shocking, but a masterpiece. It is Bronte's only novel and is as relevant today as it was back then. Emily Bronte had been ill for some time and died in December of 1848.

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    Wuthering Heights (Dover Thrift Editions) []  2020-11-25 20:18

    A timeless classic. I read this book a long time ago and decided to read it again. Enjoyed it even more as a more mature women. :-) It's a sad story that makes you feel sorry for a lot of of the characters but it's a amazing escape back to a time and put so various from where we are now.

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    Wuthering Heights (Dover Thrift Editions) []  2020-11-25 20:18

    Never in my recollection have i ever wanted to step into the pages of a book that I was reading so that I could murder the protagonist of the novel. Heathcliff"a cruelty toward all of the other characters in this book created me wish the main characters to rise up and inflict as much physical and psychological pain upon him as he had inflicted upon him. The real irony of this hero was that he ultimately achieved his position of wealth and power because of the kindness and benevolence of another hero who picked him up as a road urchin and brought him home with him and introduced him to a life of wealth, luxury, comfort and education that he would never experienced had he not been the latest of such kindness from a total stranger,But alas, I was not to see anyone give Heathcliff the type of painful and inhumane death that he so richly deserved. The end of this book showed that right would prevail in the end, but I did not obtain the level of satisfaction that I would have experienced had i been the author rather than Emily Bronte.

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    Wuthering Heights (Dover Thrift Editions) []  2020-11-25 20:18

    They look beautiful on the website, but these editions are printed in Communist China where the entire government is one massive, human rights violation. Skip this edition and buy the Everyman's edition of the same book that is printed in Germany (ASIN - B007M81R00). Part of the marketing claim for these versions is that because they are a limited run, they will be regarded as collectable in time. That's unlikely for a Chinese print of a Western Classic. If you wish a collectable copy, Abebooks (still an Amazon company). Such a disappointment because this idea of printing classics by season is such a amazing idea.

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    Wuthering Heights (Dover Thrift Editions) []  2020-11-25 20:18

    Listen up cause she's got a story to tell, and quite a story it is!I'm no amazing literary person, I am just a (older) girl that likes to read. I have decided this is going to be the year I read all those books that I've always heard of growing up.....but never knew the story. This was my first choice. No reason at all, it just happened to be the first one!This book was hard as h*ll to read. The first few chapters I was completely lost, only picking up main points here and there. (I never could figure out ANYTHING Joseph said throughout the entire book!) The first interaction between the spirit and Mr Lockwood was intense. But the story did not really suck me in until Catherine, Heathcliff and Mr Linton had their final face to face. The passion shown, the intensity expressed was unlike anything I had ever read before. (Of course then I was lost again, trying to figure out when Catherine got pregnant, and figured somehow that must have been explained by Joseph :) )By the time Nelly was explaining what young Cathy was going through, I couldn't place it down. I understood every bit, not Joseph, and I personally loved it. I'm sure I missed some of the deep meanings, or how this relates to what..... but that's ok! I think Emily would be just fine with someone reading this amazing work, just for fun! To think that all this intense love/hate came from a female that lived so long ago, just blows me away. From the words she wrote, I experienced exhaustion, joy, sadness, and eagerness....to search out how this story don't have to be a college or high school student being created to read this book, to grab it. I am so very glad I took the time, to spend with this crazy psychotic family. Hope my next choice brings me as much excitement!

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    Wuthering Heights (Dover Thrift Editions) []  2020-11-25 20:18

    I first read Wuthering Heights as recommended reading during my school years. Even as a callow youth it created a large impression on me and I have always counted it among my top 10 novels and Emily Bronte as my favourite female writer.I don't know what stimulated me to return to it after a 40 year hiatus but I did and found all of the old remembered power that moved me on first reading but with fresh appreciations that age and a lifetime of experience add.Wuthering Heights is an simple novel to read, gripping in its action and characterisations. But on an emotional level it packs a punch which can somethings threaten to overwhelm the reader, there were indeed times when I felt I required to close the book and distance myself a while. None of the characters exist in a fantasy globe of nice, perfectly-imagined people, perhaps Edgar comes close, while portrayed as weak. The others are bu turns whimsical, unruly, emotionally unpredictable, often to the point of instability, violent in their moods and desires. It is as if each fresh wind across the moorland heights brings fresh moods and desperate promptings. Characters are prey to their emotions and are turned and twisted by them. Happenings follow.Heathcliffe of course is the key personage. In the novel he is far distant from any romanticised ver movie television or scene dramatisations might offer. He is brutal, vengeful, destructive, dangerous, and angry with love and grief... He truly is a creature bound to his own private hell, seeking to revenge himself on everyone who denied him his Cathy. The success of his portrayal is of course that you somewhere search pity for him, while you feel terror at his treatment of those around him, sating himself on their downfall and even death. Amazing will of course in some measure victory out in the reading the novel so a lot of years later I was more appalled at the happenings of the book than upon my teenage reading... Back then I was so impressed by the intensity and power of its portrayals. I read it with far more feeling this time... far more responsiveness to the human awfulness unfolding, far more understanding perhaps of the human fraility of the characters. I was not I must say enamoured of the use of the Housekeeper, Ellen Dean, as a mouthpiece for the tale... but that can be left to one side... It is a quibble. Having said that I cannot now imagine the novel without is is a amazing novel. What makes it amazing is its extraordinary emotional power, its fearless unflinching depiction of flawed humanity, and the immense courage and force of feeling of Emily Bronte in imagining it all and committing it to paper. There are few books like it in all of literature and one can only wonder and what depths she plumbed inside her to drawn her visceral creations out... She journeyed where few writers go, and gave us the molten and lambent product of her own being and imagination. As readers we can only stand awed and grateful, and shaken...I still count this novel after a lifetime of reading among my Top 10 of all time. Emily Bronte is still a writer I love. My favourite female writer, but also much much more.

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    Wuthering Heights (Dover Thrift Editions) []  2020-11-25 20:18

    One of my favorite classics... it was my introduction to Victorian tragedy. Ego keeps them apart until the cliffs in the heather moores bring them back together. My highschool English teacher, who just happened to be my mother's highschool English teacher, retired the year I had him. At the end of school that year, he gave me the only copy of this story he had ever used, throughout his entire teaching career. And that was a hundred years ago, in the 90's. It's still my most cherished possession! In it's cover he wrote "To PL, who has unraveled me more than this book can ever show."Though it may seem over-dramatic to some, think of it more as a view into the harsh reality of the Victorian mindset: the fear of miasma, and now possibly water, causing death; the brutality afflicted by the upper classes; the few amongst them who were truly amazing and brought hope, even sometimes offering a step up to the next rung in a ladder; the quickness with which a family's status could rise and fall; the fact that death and loss were every day realities; but most importantly, the tragedy of love itself, in an Era divided by the haves and have nots.

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    Wuthering Heights (Dover Thrift Editions) []  2020-11-25 20:18

    This is a lovely collection, and I created sure to grab it early because at 10,000 copies each I knew they would sell out. I appreciate that they came with a plastic jacket to protect the book, but it is very cheap cellophane and is not meant to be kept on the books. The die cuts are EXTREMELY delicate and you have to be careful when pulling them off of the shelf when they are next to each other. One die chop can grab another on a second book and rip. I want that they had come with better quality covers, I'm definitely going to need to cover them myself. In addition, there were slight brown marks on my books, and much more browning on the inside of the dust jackets, where it appears that the die cutting machine got too hot and actually burned the paper. I've contacted several other book collector mates who confirmed that their set was the same. But for the price, they are a decent collection. I hope that when the future seasons books come out that they will address these issues.

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    Wuthering Heights (Dover Thrift Editions) []  2020-11-25 20:18

    Review for "Wuthering Heights" listed as published by "CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform Edition." Listed cover is an photo of a decayed room painted blue with a long, poorly lit hallway center left of cover. (Since Amazon often mixes up reviews of various editions or various books.)Weird printing, which you can expect from a budget copy of a public domain book. The spine's title is rotated 180-degrees to most book spine's titles. To handle italicazition words are printed in the book with underscores around them _like this_ which is not visible in the preview, but does obtain to be frequent in pages with much dialogue. No other issues apparent. There is no publisher info on the book itself, seems to be printed on demand as it was marked as made the day I ordered it, which is a nice, private touch. HehehStill readable despite _this_ and the spine. I am not mad, but this is not a proud keeper.

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    Wuthering Heights (Dover Thrift Editions) []  2020-11-25 20:18

    The original film was great, but bears only a slight similarity to the novel, which is poorly written. Yes, the Bronté sisters are famous, Charlotte deservedly so. But Emily – though clearly well educated – writes stifling prose, with implausible plots, thin and inconsistently drawn characters, boring subplots, and cruel, unlikable protagonists. "But wait, there's more": she has the most dismal, uninspiring sense of life of any novelist in my memory; I had to force myself to finish the book, drank for escape while enduring it, and needing some time to recover from its ill effects upon my normally optimistic zest for life.

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    Wuthering Heights: An Audible Exclusive Performance []  2020-1-23 1:21

    There is something about this book that draws you in even though most of the characters are self-centered and malicious and you tend not to like them. The current of love, lust, and possession runs throughout the story which is told to the fresh renter of "The Grange" by the housekeeper of Wuthering Heights. As she sits and knits she spins the tale of the tempestuous love story of Cathy and Heathcliff, slowly but surely you are pulled in to all the machinations that the Lintons and Earnshaws and the orphan Heathcliff engage in across the cold, damp, windswept moors of the Yorkshire estate. Your mind becomes filled with Heathcliff, always Heathcliff, watching planning and deeply in love with Cathy. The story follows their lives through two a reader, I have to wonder what state of mind Emily Bronte was in when she wrote the turbulent tale. Published in 1847 the story was considered lurid and shocking, but a masterpiece. It is Bronte's only novel and is as relevant today as it was back then. Emily Bronte had been ill for some time and died in December of 1848.

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    Wuthering Heights: An Audible Exclusive Performance []  2020-1-23 1:21

    Listen up cause she's got a story to tell, and quite a story it is!I'm no amazing literary person, I am just a (older) girl that likes to read. I have decided this is going to be the year I read all those books that I've always heard of growing up.....but never knew the story. This was my first choice. No reason at all, it just happened to be the first one!This book was hard as h*ll to read. The first few chapters I was completely lost, only picking up main points here and there. (I never could figure out ANYTHING Joseph said throughout the entire book!) The first interaction between the spirit and Mr Lockwood was intense. But the story did not really suck me in until Catherine, Heathcliff and Mr Linton had their final face to face. The passion shown, the intensity expressed was unlike anything I had ever read before. (Of course then I was lost again, trying to figure out when Catherine got pregnant, and figured somehow that must have been explained by Joseph :) )By the time Nelly was explaining what young Cathy was going through, I couldn't place it down. I understood every bit, not Joseph, and I personally loved it. I'm sure I missed some of the deep meanings, or how this relates to what..... but that's ok! I think Emily would be just fine with someone reading this amazing work, just for fun! To think that all this intense love/hate came from a female that lived so long ago, just blows me away. From the words she wrote, I experienced exhaustion, joy, sadness, and eagerness....to search out how this story don't have to be a college or high school student being created to read this book, to grab it. I am so very glad I took the time, to spend with this crazy psychotic family. Hope my next choice brings me as much excitement!

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    Wuthering Heights: An Audible Exclusive Performance []  2020-1-23 1:21

    Read the description. This is an 8.5 × 11 monstrosity that is masquerading as a "paperback". Ridiculous. I mean, sure, shame on me for not reading a description, but when most people say paperback, they don't mean a students textbook. Sheesh.

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    Wuthering Heights: An Audible Exclusive Performance []  2020-1-23 1:21

    I know this is a classic, but I hated this book. I hated Cathy, I hated Heathcliff and I thought everyone should just be smacked with the skillet and sent to bed without dinner.I wasn't feelin the lurve, I wasn't feeling the like and why this is categorized as a romance when it so obviously is NOT is beyond ill the film with Merle Oberon and Lawrence Olivier is perfect - so at least I got that out of it.

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    Wuthering Heights: An Audible Exclusive Performance []  2020-1-23 1:21

    Never in my recollection have i ever wanted to step into the pages of a book that I was reading so that I could murder the protagonist of the novel. Heathcliff"a cruelty toward all of the other characters in this book created me wish the main characters to rise up and inflict as much physical and psychological pain upon him as he had inflicted upon him. The real irony of this hero was that he ultimately achieved his position of wealth and power because of the kindness and benevolence of another hero who picked him up as a road urchin and brought him home with him and introduced him to a life of wealth, luxury, comfort and education that he would never experienced had he not been the latest of such kindness from a total stranger,But alas, I was not to see anyone give Heathcliff the type of painful and inhumane death that he so richly deserved. The end of this book showed that right would prevail in the end, but I did not obtain the level of satisfaction that I would have experienced had i been the author rather than Emily Bronte.

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    Wuthering Heights: An Audible Exclusive Performance []  2020-1-23 1:21

    A timeless classic. I read this book a long time ago and decided to read it again. Enjoyed it even more as a more mature women. :-) It's a sad story that makes you feel sorry for a lot of of the characters but it's a amazing escape back to a time and put so various from where we are now.

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    Wuthering Heights: An Audible Exclusive Performance []  2020-1-23 1:21

    I read this book in high school, but didn't pay much attention to it. Something about having to read a book, vs wanting to read a book. I thoroughly enjoyed it! I had forgotten a lot of of the characters and had really forgotten their roles in the book. I can see why this is a classic. I was surprised at Heathcliffs character, I didn't remember him being such a jerk. I couldn't place it down and think everyone should read at least a few classics every year. I know I have several on my TBR list for this year. They are classics for a reason!

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    Wuthering Heights: An Audible Exclusive Performance []  2020-1-23 1:21

    One of my favorite classics... it was my introduction to Victorian tragedy. Ego keeps them apart until the cliffs in the heather moores bring them back together. My highschool English teacher, who just happened to be my mother's highschool English teacher, retired the year I had him. At the end of school that year, he gave me the only copy of this story he had ever used, throughout his entire teaching career. And that was a hundred years ago, in the 90's. It's still my most cherished possession! In it's cover he wrote "To PL, who has unraveled me more than this book can ever show."Though it may seem over-dramatic to some, think of it more as a view into the harsh reality of the Victorian mindset: the fear of miasma, and now possibly water, causing death; the brutality afflicted by the upper classes; the few amongst them who were truly amazing and brought hope, even sometimes offering a step up to the next rung in a ladder; the quickness with which a family's status could rise and fall; the fact that death and loss were every day realities; but most importantly, the tragedy of love itself, in an Era divided by the haves and have nots.

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    Wuthering Heights: An Audible Exclusive Performance []  2020-1-23 1:21

    I first read Wuthering Heights as recommended reading during my school years. Even as a callow youth it created a large impression on me and I have always counted it among my top 10 novels and Emily Bronte as my favourite female writer.I don't know what stimulated me to return to it after a 40 year hiatus but I did and found all of the old remembered power that moved me on first reading but with fresh appreciations that age and a lifetime of experience add.Wuthering Heights is an simple novel to read, gripping in its action and characterisations. But on an emotional level it packs a punch which can somethings threaten to overwhelm the reader, there were indeed times when I felt I required to close the book and distance myself a while. None of the characters exist in a fantasy globe of nice, perfectly-imagined people, perhaps Edgar comes close, while portrayed as weak. The others are bu turns whimsical, unruly, emotionally unpredictable, often to the point of instability, violent in their moods and desires. It is as if each fresh wind across the moorland heights brings fresh moods and desperate promptings. Characters are prey to their emotions and are turned and twisted by them. Happenings follow.Heathcliffe of course is the key personage. In the novel he is far distant from any romanticised ver movie television or scene dramatisations might offer. He is brutal, vengeful, destructive, dangerous, and angry with love and grief... He truly is a creature bound to his own private hell, seeking to revenge himself on everyone who denied him his Cathy. The success of his portrayal is of course that you somewhere search pity for him, while you feel terror at his treatment of those around him, sating himself on their downfall and even death. Amazing will of course in some measure victory out in the reading the novel so a lot of years later I was more appalled at the happenings of the book than upon my teenage reading... Back then I was so impressed by the intensity and power of its portrayals. I read it with far more feeling this time... far more responsiveness to the human awfulness unfolding, far more understanding perhaps of the human fraility of the characters. I was not I must say enamoured of the use of the Housekeeper, Ellen Dean, as a mouthpiece for the tale... but that can be left to one side... It is a quibble. Having said that I cannot now imagine the novel without is is a amazing novel. What makes it amazing is its extraordinary emotional power, its fearless unflinching depiction of flawed humanity, and the immense courage and force of feeling of Emily Bronte in imagining it all and committing it to paper. There are few books like it in all of literature and one can only wonder and what depths she plumbed inside her to drawn her visceral creations out... She journeyed where few writers go, and gave us the molten and lambent product of her own being and imagination. As readers we can only stand awed and grateful, and shaken...I still count this novel after a lifetime of reading among my Top 10 of all time. Emily Bronte is still a writer I love. My favourite female writer, but also much much more.

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    Wuthering Heights: An Audible Exclusive Performance []  2020-1-23 1:21

    So claims Joyce Carol Oates, who introduces this lovingly produced edition (1999) of Emily's Brontë's classic. As one would expect of Ms. Oates, her introduction is erudite without fussiness, critical without pretension, locating Brontë's evergreen work within the contexts of her family, life, times, and other novels that cross the boundaries of realism, romance, and is review focuses on the series of which it is a member: Oxford Globe Classics, published in the late twentieth century. Consider this an attractively jacketed, hardcover, well-bound Penguin: 4.5" x 6.5" x .50", easily portable in purse or briefcase. If you like to read classics as classics, not as Kindles, this should with other books in this series, a downside to this volume is the size of its type. In order to compress so huge a book into convenient, little dimensions, the point-size of Oxford's beautiful font is about 9 or 10. Older readers, like myself, will need reading glasses. Another downside may be availability: I have the impression that the six or seven classic novels in this series did not stay in print very long. In any happening I found some handsome copies from Amazon vendor awesomebooksusa, which securely packaged and delivered multiple volumes in the series—this, "Middlemarch," and "Madame Bovary"—in timely fashion. If you wish a collection of well-manufactured classics, mostly in English literature, in convenient size and reasonable price, this series comes highly recommended.

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    Tempest Cursed: A Wuthering Heights Retelling (Gothic Retellings. Book 1) []  2020-11-27 19:0

    I'm still trying to understand how this story was spooky, wholesome, gripping, and attractive all at once!The romance was very sincere and I loved how Hake and Pearl actually brought out the best in each other despite their very gothic romance situation. This only makes it all the more heart-wrenching when things come between them! I was rooting for them both the whole way!The mysterious spooky cursed island part of the book was very intriguing too! I love a amazing mystery and this one definitely delivers. You begin off having no clue what's going on and when things begin to come together, they click so perfectly into put and its all very satisfying.Hake was my favorite character, being so not good at times and then so lovable at others. And he's one of those types that even when he does something wrong, you completely understand why and can't keep it versus him because he genuinely did whatever he could to do it right! Despite this, he is also very frightening at times, just because he is so risky and arl was the excellent driving force for the story. She's a amazing balance of skeptical and inquisitive. Her desire to search the magic in this story drives you as a reader as well and she's a unbelievable e wild spirited girl trope usually bugs me, but seeing her through Hake's eyes as the childish and loving girl from the moors created it so simple to love her too.I highly recommend this one for anyone that likes a amazing fantasy story with myths and monsters.

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    Tempest Cursed: A Wuthering Heights Retelling (Gothic Retellings. Book 1) []  2020-11-27 19:0

    I started this book not really knowing what to expect. While I'm not particularly a fan of Wuthering Heights or books that revolve around romance, I was surprised how much I ended up enjoying this book. The fantasy elements felt new and this book created me realize how small I knew about Scottish mythology. With all of the Greek and Norse mythology rolling around in mainstream media, this certainly created me hope to see more Scottish mythology present up. It also does an wonderful job at bringing back memories of that childlike wonder of exploring and seeing things for the first time.I thought the development and conflict within Pearl was well done for a young girl coming of age. The mysteriousness and strangeness of Hake was also very intriguing and left me wanting to learn more about him. I particularly enjoyed the moment when we finally see him use his full powers near the end . All of my favorite parts revolved around them and the ocean and tide pools. I would be interested in how a more modern retelling would look, something that's a small more relatable than having maids and farm hands, however it really does support set the scene for a time when mythology was more common and the globe building definitely brought me back to that period. I had no issue imagining the carriage rides and feeling like I was though it doesn't seem like it is, I hope the book becomes a series or has a sequel. I think it has some very interesting ideas going on. Since quite a bit of the book was hero building, I think having another book to discover more Scottish mythology and see the fresh lands that Hake and Pearl discover would be incredible. If you have any interest in Scottish mythology I definitely recommend checking this one out and don't allow the "Wuthering Heights" aspect in the title deter you.

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    Tempest Cursed: A Wuthering Heights Retelling (Gothic Retellings. Book 1) []  2020-11-27 19:0

    This eerie story takes put on the island of Moon Tithe and Tempest, the home of young Pearl and her father. Pearl is mourning the loss of her mother. Her mother's death is mysterious; it is believed she drowned, although her body has yet to be recovered. Before her passing, Pearl's mother imparted several stories of the Deep Dwellers to her daughter. The Deep Dwellers are sea gods who accept offerings of silver and gold treasures to hold their fury at bay. Holding onto her mother's magical stories of the Deep Dwellers is Pearl's method of coping with her loss. When Pearl herself makes an offering to the sea gods, she comes face to face with Hake, a boy who is half-Deep Dweller. Hake and Pearl form an unexpected friendship, and as they become familiar with one another, it becomes clear to Hake that Pearl's stories of the sea gods are far from accurate. Will Hake present Pearl the terrifying truth of the Deep Dwellers? How will Pearl and Hake's bond evolve over the course of the book? And, perhaps the largest question of all, is Tempest cursed?K.C. Lannon has done a stellar job of taking the classic Wuthering Heights and transforming it into a special Gothic retelling. The descriptive nature of Lannon's writing style flows through the pages, bringing the magic and mystery of Moon Tithe to life. The storyline unfolds from the point of view of both Pearl and Hake, rotating back and forth throughout the book. Each point of view provides the reader with a various perspective surrounding the happenings that occur. The effect is in-depth hero development and eagerly anticipating what is to come when the point of view once again changes.I would highly recommend this book to readers who have fun young adult fantasy, Gothic storylines, and suspense. It is not important to have read Wuthering Heights to have fun this book, personally, I would say the book is inspired by the classic rather than a retelling. While classified as a young adult fantasy, this book will appeal to adults who appreciate the genre. Readers who are deterred by multiple points of view may want to preview the book prior to purchase to see if the writing style appeals to them.

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    Tempest Cursed: A Wuthering Heights Retelling (Gothic Retellings. Book 1) []  2020-11-27 19:0

    This story is divided into two sections. The first section takes put around pre-teen years (10-11) while the second section takes put during mid-teenage years (15-16). I have to say I enjoyed part one more, but part two was also good, just different. More action and less relationship building, which makes sense as the relationships have been formed already, but I always have fun a amazing arc. This story had that but not as powerful as I would hope. In sum, part one is hero driven while part two is plot driven. Both amazing in various ways.I love Hake and his wildness. And I love Pearl and her fierceness. All the other characters lacked a deep development. They fit their roles but I would have enjoyed knowing them a bit more.Overall, the book was done really well. The writing is unbelievable despite the minor complaints I had. I recommend for fans of Jane Austen retellings.

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    Tempest Cursed: A Wuthering Heights Retelling (Gothic Retellings. Book 1) []  2020-11-27 19:0

    Thank you to the author, publisher, and Netgalley for this ecopy in exchange for an honest is description of this book is what drew me in. Gods. Check. Cults. Check. Selkies. Check. Wuthering Heights retelling. Count me in. This book really drew me in. The setting in this novel was phenomenally written and created you feel as if you were there. You definitely obtain alot of Gothic seashore vibes. This novel definitely was its own book and not one of a million retellings that are out there. Does it follow the primary plot as Wuthering Heights? Yes but it is definitely its own story and written in a various style. I loved how we got to see Hake and Pearl grow up together and enjoyed the 2nd half of the book more because they were more relatable. The only thing I didn't have fun about the book was how the plot moved slowly at times. There were some parts that were repetitive and it ended up slowing the book down instead of adding to it.

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    The Brontë Sisters : Complete Novels: Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, Villette (NTMC Classics) (Penguin Clothbound Classics) []  2020-1-3 22:59

    I love classic literature - let's be honest: I love books, period. I'm happy with this anthology of the Brontë sisters for several reasons: two of my favorite stories from childhood are in here, and the fact that other works by Charlotte and Emily are contained in it. The gift was the inclusion of Anne's novel. I had not realized the third sister was a published author as well, and I enjoyed Wildfell Hall, very much. Wuthering Heights is still my favorite (Emily).

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    The Brontë Sisters : Complete Novels: Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, Villette (NTMC Classics) (Penguin Clothbound Classics) []  2020-1-3 22:59

    Me'Mum loved this collection.

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    The Brontë Sisters : Complete Novels: Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, Villette (NTMC Classics) (Penguin Clothbound Classics) []  2020-1-3 22:59

    Classic

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    Emily []  2020-2-7 19:51

    Bringing a classic-feeling perspective on Emily D through a few little samplings of her life, this book also delivers some wonderful-as-usual artwork by Barbara Cooney. Her work is such a amazing complement to this project.

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    Emily []  2020-2-7 19:51

    I got it for my grandaughter Emily. She thought it was something that a book was named after her.

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    Emily []  2020-2-7 19:51

    Attractive writing and has en element of mystery to it. I recommend reading to all 3-5 year olds.

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    Emily []  2020-2-7 19:51

    One of my 7-year-old's favorite books (and also outside her comfort zone) and one of my favorites to read with her. Just a lovely story. It sparked her interest so much that we're going to visit the inson home this summer.

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    Emily []  2020-2-7 19:51

    When I flipped through this book by myself before reading it to the kids, I thought "they are going to be so bored with this." But I was very surprised when my girls (ages 6, 5, and 2) were riveted through the entire story! The language is so lovely, the story feels bittersweet -- it instantly became one of my 6-year-old's favorite books ever."I looked down at the paper in her lap."'Is that poetry?' I asked."'No, you are poetry. This only tries to be.'"Magical.

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    Emily []  2020-2-7 19:51

    a bonus to be donated to the library

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    Emily []  2020-2-7 19:51

    Emily inson is my favorite poet. This book is a charming introduction for young people to the eccentric hero of Emily. I have read it to my second and third graders. Then I share anecdotes about her life and poems.

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    Emily []  2020-2-7 19:51

    Sweet story for a poetry enthusiast!

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    Emily []  2020-2-7 19:51

    Love the story. So glad we found this for our collection

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    Emily []  2020-2-7 19:51

    Cute book. But the cover is a REALLY lightweight material. It arrived bent, which created me sad since it was for a gift.

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    iconnect by timex []  2020-10-12 17:26

    I received my watch and charged it for 2 hours, synic it with my phone and after that watch blinked a couple of times and got very hot that could have burned my wrist. Now it wont turn on at all. Very disappointed.

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    100 Books You Must Read Before You Die - volume 1 [newly updated] [Pride and Prejudice; Jane Eyre; Wuthering Heights; Tarzan of the Apes; The Count of ... (The Greatest Writers of All Time) []  2020-1-22 19:25

    The above boxes don't apply as it was overviews of best books. Not actually the books.

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    100 Books You Must Read Before You Die - volume 1 [newly updated] [Pride and Prejudice; Jane Eyre; Wuthering Heights; Tarzan of the Apes; The Count of ... (The Greatest Writers of All Time) []  2020-1-22 19:25

    I haven't died yet, nor have I read them all. But it is hard to argue with amazing literature.

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    100 Books You Must Read Before You Die - volume 1 [newly updated] [Pride and Prejudice; Jane Eyre; Wuthering Heights; Tarzan of the Apes; The Count of ... (The Greatest Writers of All Time) []  2020-9-5 18:15

    The collected works in this and the companion volume create up a convenient (and inexpensive) source of classic reads. Unfortunately, some of the books seem to have been translated into a foreign language and then translated back into English. The text and syntax have been altered from the original works - sometimes are obviously erroneous and sometimes simply don't create sense. I guess you obtain what you pay for.

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    100 Books You Must Read Before You Die - volume 1 [newly updated] [Pride and Prejudice; Jane Eyre; Wuthering Heights; Tarzan of the Apes; The Count of ... (The Greatest Writers of All Time) []  2020-9-5 18:15

    I found some books that I had not heard of and therefore not read. Very informative

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    100 Books You Must Read Before You Die - volume 1 [newly updated] [Pride and Prejudice; Jane Eyre; Wuthering Heights; Tarzan of the Apes; The Count of ... (The Greatest Writers of All Time) []  2020-9-23 19:22

    Amazing reading! Really long, but well-written.

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    100 Books You Must Read Before You Die - volume 1 [newly updated] [Pride and Prejudice; Jane Eyre; Wuthering Heights; Tarzan of the Apes; The Count of ... (The Greatest Writers of All Time) []  2020-9-6 18:14

    Amazing reading! Really long, but well-written.

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    100 Books You Must Read Before You Die - volume 1 [newly updated] [Pride and Prejudice; Jane Eyre; Wuthering Heights; Tarzan of the Apes; The Count of ... (The Greatest Writers of All Time) []  2020-9-6 18:14

    I found some books that I had not heard of and therefore not read. Very informative

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    100 Books You Must Read Before You Die - volume 1 [newly updated] [Pride and Prejudice; Jane Eyre; Wuthering Heights; Tarzan of the Apes; The Count of ... (The Greatest Writers of All Time) []  2020-9-8 18:21

    Reading so a lot of amazing books I missed in school!

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    100 Books You Must Read Before You Die - volume 1 [newly updated] [Pride and Prejudice; Jane Eyre; Wuthering Heights; Tarzan of the Apes; The Count of ... (The Greatest Writers of All Time) []  2020-9-8 18:21

    Lots of unbelievable old books to read...it will take me a thousand years to read just the first volume!

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    100 Books You Must Read Before You Die - volume 1 [newly updated] [Pride and Prejudice; Jane Eyre; Wuthering Heights; Tarzan of the Apes; The Count of ... (The Greatest Writers of All Time) []  2020-9-8 18:21

    It's worth it just because of Jane Eyre and Pride and Prejudice, not to mention other classics that are worth to have in your library. A amazing set of all time classics although not all of them I liked but just to have in mind the dozens of choice - just can not go wrong at this price range.

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    100 Books You Must Read Before You Die - volume 1 [newly updated] [Pride and Prejudice; Jane Eyre; Wuthering Heights; Tarzan of the Apes; The Count of ... (The Greatest Writers of All Time) []  2020-12-1 20:33

    Lots of unbelievable old books to read...it will take me a thousand years to read just the first volume!

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    signal℠ by farmers® []  2020-11-17 0:4

    This is at least the second ver of the application and it works better than before, but is still not good. Part of the time, it doesn't allow you look at your trips and often does not allow you edit those trips. I called about the supposed 11% discount and I am convinced it does not exist, kind of like the "safe drivers save 40%" of Allstate. I have a excellent driving record, although I supposedly have some "hard braking", even though I haven't. My discount is still at 5%- the same as when I installed it over a year ago. Your bill doesn't present your discount, nor does your agent know what it is. But the person I talked to said that the discount shows at the top of the home page. Another poor thing about it is that it sucks your battery dry. I use my phone very small and before the app, I could go almost a week without charging. Post-app, I have to charge the batter about every two or three days. Overall, I'd give it a 3 out of 10. Like one person commented- just allow them review your driving record and obtain rid of the app.

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    100 Books You Must Read Before You Die - volume 1 [newly updated] [Pride and Prejudice; Jane Eyre; Wuthering Heights; Tarzan of the Apes; The Count of ... (The Greatest Writers of All Time) []  2020-1-22 19:25

    The collected works in this and the companion volume create up a convenient (and inexpensive) source of classic reads. Unfortunately, some of the books seem to have been translated into a foreign language and then translated back into English. The text and syntax have been altered from the original works - sometimes are obviously erroneous and sometimes simply don't create sense. I guess you obtain what you pay for.

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    100 Books You Must Read Before You Die - volume 1 [newly updated] [Pride and Prejudice; Jane Eyre; Wuthering Heights; Tarzan of the Apes; The Count of ... (The Greatest Writers of All Time) []  2020-1-22 19:25

    Reading so a lot of amazing books I missed in school!

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    100 Books You Must Read Before You Die - volume 1 [newly updated] [Pride and Prejudice; Jane Eyre; Wuthering Heights; Tarzan of the Apes; The Count of ... (The Greatest Writers of All Time) []  2020-1-22 19:25

    Super interesting. Really must read books!

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    100 Books You Must Read Before You Die - volume 1 [newly updated] [Pride and Prejudice; Jane Eyre; Wuthering Heights; Tarzan of the Apes; The Count of ... (The Greatest Writers of All Time) []  2020-9-5 18:15

    Lots of unbelievable old books to read...it will take me a thousand years to read just the first volume!

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    100 Books You Must Read Before You Die - volume 1 [newly updated] [Pride and Prejudice; Jane Eyre; Wuthering Heights; Tarzan of the Apes; The Count of ... (The Greatest Writers of All Time) []  2020-9-8 18:21

    Well, I have the books now. Maybe someday, if I can search the time to read them, I'm sure I'll have fun them tremendously.

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    100 Books You Must Read Before You Die - volume 1 [newly updated] [Pride and Prejudice; Jane Eyre; Wuthering Heights; Tarzan of the Apes; The Count of ... (The Greatest Writers of All Time) []  2020-9-8 18:21

    I haven't died yet, nor have I read them all. But it is hard to argue with amazing literature.

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    100 Books You Must Read Before You Die - volume 1 [newly updated] [Pride and Prejudice; Jane Eyre; Wuthering Heights; Tarzan of the Apes; The Count of ... (The Greatest Writers of All Time) []  2020-9-6 18:14

    Reading so a lot of amazing books I missed in school!

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    100 Books You Must Read Before You Die - volume 1 [newly updated] [Pride and Prejudice; Jane Eyre; Wuthering Heights; Tarzan of the Apes; The Count of ... (The Greatest Writers of All Time) []  2020-9-6 18:14

    Lots of unbelievable old books to read...it will take me a thousand years to read just the first volume!

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    100 Books You Must Read Before You Die - volume 1 [newly updated] [Pride and Prejudice; Jane Eyre; Wuthering Heights; Tarzan of the Apes; The Count of ... (The Greatest Writers of All Time) []  2020-9-23 19:22

    Well, I have the books now. Maybe someday, if I can search the time to read them, I'm sure I'll have fun them tremendously.

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