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Wuthering Heights Response

Summary: Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte Response
Wuthering Heights Response

The novel, Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte leads the reader to ruminate to a deeper level than most books. If it were to be described as a painting; it would be a bold, colourful, flourishing and symbolically satisfying piece of art. Many readers have been challenged before by books, but it is doubtful that they will ever experience the satisfaction that Wuthering Heights imprints.

The book has been recognized as a classic for numerous reasons. The main reason being; Emily Bronte describes minor details with such exuberance, yet portrays an action, in nothing but 3 sentences. This technique leaves the reader with the inkling of discrepancy of the time period that the book takes place. This fulfills the illusion that it is being narrated in the past and gives it a genuine feel of the literature. Wuthering Heights is written in a way which emphasizes...

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