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  • Wuthering Heights
  • Emily Brontë
  • English
  • 03 October 2019
  • 9780393964103

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SUMMARY Ê Wuthering Heights The acclaimed Norton Anthology of English Literature Major Authors Edition is now available in two paperbound volumes Volume This is my favourite book I do not say that lightly I ve read uite a lot from all different genres but this is my favourite book Of all time Ever The ladies over at The Readventurer kindly allowed me to get my feelings of utter adoration for Wuthering Heights off my chest in their Year of the Classics feature but I now realise it s time I posted a little something in this blank review space I mean come on it s my favourite book so it deserves better than empty nothingnessSo what do I love so much about Wuthering Heights Everything Okay maybe not That wouldn t really be saying it strongly enoughWhat I love about this novel is the setting the wilderness This is not a story about niceties and upper class propriety This is the tale of people who aren t so socially acceptable who live away from the strict rules of civilization it s almost as if they re not uite from the world we know The isolation of the setting out on the Yorkshire moors between the fictional dwellings of The Heights and Thrushcross Grange emphasises how far removed these characters are from social norms how unconventional they are and how lonely they areThis is a novel for readers who can appreciate unlikeable characters readers who don t have to like someone to achieve a certain level of understanding of them and their circumstances People are not born evil so what makes them that way What torments a man so much that he refuses to believe he has any worth What kind of person digs up the grave of their loved one so they can see them once again Heathcliff was not created to be liked or to earn your forgiveness Emily Bront simply tells his story from the abusive and unloved childhood he endured to his obsession with the only person alive who showed him any real kindness to his adulthood as an angry violent man who beats his wife and imprisons the younger Cathy in order to make her marry his sonIt would be so easy to hate Heathcliff and I don t feel that he is some dark sexy hero like others often do But I appreciate what Emily Bront attempts to teach us about the cycle of violence and aggression Heathcliff eventually becomes little than the man he hates By being brought up with beatings and anger he in turn unleashes it on everyone else And Cathy is no delicate flower either What hope did Heathcliff have when the only person he ever loved was so selfish and vindictive But I love Emily Bront for creating such imperfect screwed up charactersThis is a dark novel that deals with some very complicated people but I think in the end we are offered the possibility of peace and happiness through Cathy younger and Hareton s relationship and the suggestion that Cathy older and Heathcliff were reunited in the afterlife I had an English teacher in high school that said Cathy and Heathcliff s personalities and their relationship were too much for this world and that peace was only possible for them in the next I have no idea if this was something Ms Bronte intended but the romantic in me likes to imagine that it s trueBlog Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Endless Chain paperbound volumes Volume This is my favourite book I do not say that lightly I ve read uite a lot from all different genres but this is my favourite book Of all time Ever The ladies over at The Readventurer kindly allowed me to get my feelings of utter adoration for Wuthering Heights off my chest in their Year of the Classics feature but I now realise it s time I Pretty Tough posted a little something in this blank review space I mean come on it s my favourite book so it deserves better than empty nothingnessSo what do I love so much about Wuthering Heights Everything Okay maybe not That wouldn t really be saying it strongly enoughWhat I love about this novel is the setting the wilderness This is not a story about niceties and upper class The Mist propriety This is the tale of Venus 13 people who aren t so socially acceptable who live away from the strict rules of civilization it s almost as if they re not uite from the world we know The isolation of the setting out on the Yorkshire moors between the fictional dwellings of The Heights and Thrushcross Grange emphasises how far removed these characters are from social norms how unconventional they are and how lonely they areThis is a novel for readers who can appreciate unlikeable characters readers who don t have to like someone to achieve a certain level of understanding of them and their circumstances People are not born evil so what makes them that way What torments a man so much that he refuses to believe he has any worth What kind of Boss Man person digs up the grave of their loved one so they can see them once again Heathcliff was not created to be liked or to earn your forgiveness Emily Bront simply tells his story from the abusive and unloved childhood he endured to his 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happiness through Cathy younger and Hareton s relationship and the suggestion that Cathy older and Heathcliff were reunited in the afterlife I had an English teacher in high school that said Cathy and Heathcliff s John Quincy Adams and American Global Empire personalities and their relationship were too much for this world and that Radical Technologies peace was only Learning to See Version 13 possible for them in the next I have no idea if this was something Ms Bronte intended but the romantic in me likes to imagine that it s trueBlog Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube

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SUMMARY Ê Wuthering Heights Tieth Century This new Major Authors edition is a library between two coversan indispensable addition to the family bookshel This is a review I never imagined I d write This is a book I was convinced I d love I just have to face the facts Emily is no CharlotteI m going to start with the positives The characterisation of Heathcliff is incredibly strong He is a man who is utterly tormented by the world As a gypsy boy he is dark skinned and dark haired and to the English this rough almost wild look makes him a ruffian He stands up for himself and bites back thus he is termed a monster In a very very Frankenstein s monster like sense his perceived outer image begins to permeate his soul Call a man a monster and eventually he may start acting like one He s not a rough diamond a pearl containing oyster of a rustic he s a fierce pitiless wolfish man He is a very complex man capable of great cruelty and kindness The world has made him bitter and in a way ruined him He reaps revenge but revenge always ends the same way it doesn t solve problems but creates So he becomes even tormented this time by his own actions He is very Byronic and by today s standards a little bit of a bad boy He has all the standard tropes of an anti hero one that becomes a figure that can be sympathised with and hated He s a very complex man The Bronte s were directly affected by Byron s poetry Rochester is Charlotte s portrayal of a similar albeit less vengeful character Love is the key torment in both works Heathcliff has been rejected as Rochester cannot open his heart because of his secret wife But rather that overcome his personal loss and subject the world to his dark and broody personality Heathcliff actually seeks to do others harm He is a very sensitive man when it comes to his own emotions though he lacks any real empathy He does not care that he is creating pain for others He spends his life spreading hate into the world His only redeeming uality is his love for Catherine but that doesn t excuse his tyranny He knows how nasty he is She abandoned her home under a delusion he answered picturing in me a hero of romance and expecting unlimited indulgences from my chivalrous devotion I can hardly regard her in the light of a rational creature so obstinately has she persisted in forming a fabulous notion of my character and acting on the false impressions she cherished He s so self centred So I rather like his character well not like but appreciate the complexity though the novel s structure itself was abysmal I have uite a few problems with the narrativeWhy is a servant telling us this story as she speaks to a visitor of her master s house Why are we hearing someone s interpretation of the events rather than the events themselves Why is it twenty years later in the form of an extremely long conversation Why is the servant still actually working for Heathcliff She would have left Nobody would choose to work for such a man It just doesn t make a lot of sense At times it felt like the credibility of the story was stretched to breaking point Nelly the servant actually being in some of the scenes was almost laughable Often it was followed by a terrible explanation attempting to justify her presence It sounded very desperate to me This leads perfectly on to my next point Half way through the story the start of volume ii we are told that the conversation has ended We then hear the visitor s description of the servant s narrative about Heathcliff s life I mean seriously So there are three layers of storytelling Isn t that completely unnecessary and overcomplicated Why not just have Heathcliff tell the story or at the very least have the servant tell the story from start to finish in one story arc with no time shifts For me it felt like Emily wrote herself into a corner with her choice of narrative and desperately tried to write herself out of it to the point of ridiculousness How much of the story can we believe How much bias is in the narrativesThen there was the dialogue overloads Large parts of the novel were entirely conversational The narration was minimalistic and bare The only character whose thoughts we were privy to again Nelly the servant was completely irrelevant to the plot Who cares about the servant s emotion and reactions This isn t her story thus the dialogue was packed out to the point of unnaturalness to fit in the thoughts of characters whose minds we weren t privy to Simply put the characters said things people wouldn t realistically say in conversation It was overflowing with emotions and private thoughts It was awkward I m not talking about private conversations those don t happen as Nelly is awkwardly present for every single event but announcements or decisions that should be internal announced to a group of people This is why plays have asides and solilouies And this is why novels aren t told from the perspective of a random servant There is clearly a great story here Plot wise the novel is wonderful But the way in which Emily told her story was nothing short of disastrous It felt like a wasted opportunity I m absolutely horrified at how poor it is This novel needed to be taken apart re wrote and put back together again Perhaps then it would have been worthy of the story it failed to tell I ve never been so massively underwhelmed in such a blatant lack of skill in a canonised piece of literature one that has immense critical receptionFacebook Twitter Insta Academia Anissa of Syria The Love of Antioch #1 positives The characterisation of Heathcliff is incredibly strong He is a man who is utterly tormented by the world As a gypsy boy he is dark skinned and dark haired and to the English this rough almost wild look makes him a ruffian He stands up for himself and bites back thus he is termed a monster In a very very Frankenstein s monster like sense his Мојот пријател А perceived outer image begins to Keep Cool, Mr. Jones permeate his soul Call a man a monster and eventually he may start acting like one He s not a rough diamond a How Brown Mouse Kept Christmas pearl containing oyster of a rustic he s a fierce Unburying Hope pitiless wolfish man He is a very complex man capable of great cruelty and kindness The world has made him bitter and in a way ruined him He reaps revenge but revenge always ends the same way it doesn t solve Empat Wajah Godek Noni Series poetry Rochester is Charlotte s The Taming of the Rake portrayal of a similar albeit less vengeful character Love is the key torment in both works Heathcliff has been rejected as Rochester cannot open his heart because of his secret wife But rather that overcome his Birthday Wishes The List #1 personal loss and subject the world to his dark and broody Pelukis Misterius (Noni series) personality Heathcliff actually seeks to do others harm He is a very sensitive man when it comes to his own emotions though he lacks any real empathy He does not care that he is creating Anyone here been raped speaks 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SUMMARY Ê Wuthering Heights B begins with the writings of William Blake and continues through the Romantic Period the Victorian Age through to the Twen I ve tried it three times I know people are obsessed with it I hate everyone in the book and I just can t care about a book where I actually hate the charactersAnd sure I get the interpretation that as terrible as Heathcliff and Cathy are it s their love that redeems them and isn t that romanticNo Ḥayyat ha ḥošhekh people are obsessed with it I hate everyone in the book and I just can t care about a book where I actually hate the charactersAnd sure I get the interpretation that as terrible as Heathcliff and Cathy are it s their love that redeems them and isn t that romanticNo