Discussion of Wuthering Heights

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How do you rate "Wuthering Heights"?

1 star - poor
5
14%
2 stars - okay, fair
5
14%
3 stars - good, likable
13
35%
4 stars - excellent, amazing
14
38%
 
Total votes: 37

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Re: Discussion of Wuthering Heights

Post by Anthony Martial Tata » 19 Jul 2018, 13:46

I would rate the book at 2 out of four stars.

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Post by ems2 » 19 Sep 2018, 17:18

I think Wuthering Heights has such a passionate atmosphere. I can almost feel the freedom that Emily must have felt looking at the moors from the top of a hill. I think the sense of liberty and wildness was so prominent in this story. Many of the characters stitched into a social system that stuffed them into this corner or that, but Emily and Catherine could be themselves on the moor. They were able to break the confines of a society that bound them. And run free.

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