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Wuthering Heights (Case Study in Contemporary Criticism) (udgave 2003)

af Emily Bronte, Linda H. Peterson (Redaktør)

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The quality of the criticism which follows the complete text of Wuthering Heights is outstanding, making this the ideal way to begin study of this key work. Contributors include Terry Eagleton, Margaret Homans and J.Hillis Miller.
Medlem:ScottUtley
Titel:Wuthering Heights (Case Study in Contemporary Criticism)
Forfattere:Emily Bronte
Andre forfattere:Linda H. Peterson (Redaktør)
Info:Bedford/St. Martin's (2003), Edition: Second Edition, Paperback, 532 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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This is quite obviously a work of juvenilia. The characters, the themes, even the plot need to be developed more to be interesting and complete. That being said, the book is far better than the most polished bestsellers of our time. It is disappointing that this was Emily's only novel as she showed a great deal of promise in this first work. ( )
  gaveedra | Jan 8, 2016 |
Read it in a college writing course. Hated the characters: that one girl was an utter bitch and deserved to get smacked around; the main guy was a complete weirdo. And the narrator was a complete whacko. Too weird by half; I don't care if it is a classic. ( )
  horacewimsey | Dec 16, 2008 |
This book is so wonderfully dark and brooding and filled with comeuppance and revenge and hurt feelings and oppressive nature and horrible and wonderful humanity that I think everyone in the entire world should grab a copy and read it right away.

[full review here: http://spacebeer.blogspot.com/2010/03/wuthering-heights-by-emily-bronte-1847.htm... ]

[also discussed here: http://spacebeer.blogspot.com/2006/11/book-club-update.html ] ( )
  kristykay22 | Nov 14, 2006 |
My desert island shelf contains all my favorite books which I have encountered since I began reading decades ago. I would want these books if I could have no others.

Wuthering Heights is the greatest gothic romance of all time. Soulmates, torn apart, but each haunting the other forevermore. Only someone who has found his or her soulmate can truly appreciate this novel. --JJM 10/10/05

I've loved this book and read it many times. Reading what Jim wrote above and in his comments on "Villette" makes me even more grateful for the Bronte novels. They brought him to his teaching career and thus to me. I'm so lucky to have found my soulmate! --RJM 10/11/05
  rmckeown | Sep 3, 2005 |
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This is an annotated edition from the series Case Studies in Contemporary Criticism & should not be combined with the original work (Wuthering Heights) or with any of the Annotated editions.
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0312035470 or
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033357558X or
0312256868 or
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