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Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë
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Mar 03, 12

Recommended for: classic nuts, romantics
Read in August, 2007 — I own a copy, read count: 1

Such a classic, and rightly so. Unlike most other love stories, 'Wuthering Heights' focuses on probably the two most selfish and mean-spirited lovers in all of literature. The amazing thing about this book, and Emily Brontë's fantastic writing, is that despite how terrible the characters are to one another and everyone else, your heart still aches for the pain their love endures. Love is a literal force of nature -- not just the sentimental and melodramatic dealings of two overly poetic characters. Heathcilff and Cathy's startling relationship is fascinating to read, and painful to witness as it destroys the lives of everyone it touches. Yet it is beautiful, against all odds. Read this book, if you can. It is unlike any other love story you'll ever read.
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