Guest Blog: Ten Interesting Facts about Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights

Interesting post on Wuthering Heights. As a young girl, I did love the novel (and the movie with Laurence Olivier). Frankly, however, Cathy annoyed the hell out of me.

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6 thoughts on “Guest Blog: Ten Interesting Facts about Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights

  1. I was both fascinated and repulsed by Wuthering Heights. Okay, repulsed is a strong word, but I guess I should say weirded out. I liked it so much I couldn’t put it down, but I didn’t want to keep reading either.

    I’m really not sure what I think about it still, months later.

    • In some ways, the Cathy-Heathcliff story reminds me of the high drama (driven mostly by hormones) that many teenagers go through when they “think” they are in love. I need to reread it … someday … you know, when my tower of TBR isn’t threatening to topple onto me 🙂

  2. I think it’s an interesting book but I really dislike the central characters and that it’s considered a romantic novel. To me it’s a stark warning about destructive relationships.

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