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Wuthering Heights (Classics Illustrated #14)

3.54  ·  Rating Details ·  37 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
Emily Bronte’s romantic masterpiece established the quintessentially dark, brooding antihero in the form of the character Heathcliffe when first published. Heavily influenced by the poet Lord Byron, the beautiful flow of her words is matched by Rick Geary’s art in this comics adaptation. Fan favorite and award-winning artist and writer Rick Geary’s work was seen in Papercu ...more
Hardcover, 56 pages
Published September 13th 2011 by Papercutz
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Nicola Mansfield
Nov 14, 2013 Nicola Mansfield rated it really liked it
This is the last book Geary contributed to this series. I read Wuthering Heights once when I was an impressionable young teenager and remember loving it; I'm not sure if I would feel the same today should I reread it now that this has brought back to the story to me. I love the Gothic brooding story set upon the Yorkshire Moors (from whence I originate), but the overdramatic, possessive love story irritates me somewhat like a Jane Austin romance. However Geary has done a wonderful job of adaptin ...more
Jan 05, 2012 P. rated it liked it
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I read Wuthering Heights in 6th grade and understood none of it. So it was great to have this edition to fill me in on what I'd missed. Rick Geary does a fabulous adaptation to my eyes, but I guess I wouldn't know since I've really never read the original. But now I see where V.C. Andrews got her ideas.
I don't think this should be considered an "edition" of the novel, since it's a 45-page summary/comic, but nevertheless, I read it when I was about 12 or 13, and really liked it a lot. I still haven't gotten around to reading the full novel, though.
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I loved revisiting one of my favourites stories in this format.
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Great condensed telling of this sad story. I've seen better graphics though.
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A solid story of revenge , love and tribulations....simply a classic in every sense of the word..
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RICK GEARY was born in 1946 in Kansas City, Missouri and grew up in Wichita,
Kansas. He graduated from the University of Kansas in Lawrence, where his first cartoons were published in the University Daily Kansan. He worked as staff artist for two weekly papers in Wichita before moving to San Diego in 1975.

He began work in comics in 1977 and was for thirteen years a contributor to the Funny Pages of
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