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Is Heathcliff a murderer?: Great puzzles in nineteenth-century literature / Can Jane Eyre be happy? : more puzzles in classic fiction

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Is Heathcliff a Murderer? Puzzles in Nineteenth-Century Fiction / Can Jane Eyre Be Happy? More Puzzles in Classic Fiction
Paperback, Two volumes issued and bound together, 490 pages
Published January 1st 2001 by Quality Paperback Book Club (first published October 31st 2000)
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matthew
Sep 29, 2007 matthew rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: nit-pickers
Shelves: to-reread
these books made me very happy, though the titles are a bit misleading. truly, they should be called "how authors make continuity errors, it is to laugh (parts the first and second)"... and that's just what i did. as a bonus, they made me want to read books i hadn't read, and reread ones i'd forgotten or disliked, just to make fun of the mistakes. there is some interesting speculation, too, to be fair.
Audrey
Mar 11, 2008 Audrey rated it liked it
Some of the essays in this book are over things I consider trivial, but others are very interesting commentaries. I still haven't read the whole thing. I like to read it one essay at a time as I read the books they're about. Still, I've read enough of them to recommend it to anyone who like 19th century fiction.
Janelle V.
Jan 24, 2009 Janelle V. rated it it was ok
Nothing I hadn't already thought about in the context of my English major.
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John Andrew Sutherland is an English lecturer, emeritus professor, newspaper columnist and author.

Now Emeritus Lord Northcliffe Professor of Modern English Literature at University College London, John Sutherland began his academic career after graduating from the University of Leicester as an assistant lecturer in Edinburgh in 1964. He specialises in Victorian fiction, 20th century literature, an
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