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Wuthering Heights

Wuthering Heights - Richard J. Dunn, Emily Brontë Just finished Wuthering heights for a book club read and had read this Novel in School years ago and had remembered it as a passonite romantic and mysterious novel but second time round saw it as a depressing voilent and disturbing novel. Heathcliff and Caterine seem to be two very selfish and disturbed individuals and I really disliked both of them and really did not care how much havoc they casued each other. I loved the way the story was told and the way it was written and would loved if there had been a little more happiness within the Novel. I carried a romatic vision of this book in my head from schooldays and this is why I find the story so depressing second time round. However enjoyed the book and think it makes a great bookclub choice.