>>By Joe (Sunday, 27 Apr 2003 15:50)
how can hardly anyone have commented this book its the most marvellous novel one emotional conflict i've ever read.
>>By butters (Saturday, 23 Oct 2004 17:15)
Truly it is... I've read it three times. Of course, the first time was because I was an English Major in college. But have re-read it twice since then. It is an amazing emotionally dynamic book. Too bad all the movies have either been bad or incomplete. The 1939 version was the best though it's only half the story!
>>By Sombrant (Wednesday, 1 Dec 2004 20:54)
i loved wuthering heights when i read it in the tenth grade. it was one of the most moving books i have read. since i read that outstanding piece of literature, i have grown to admire Victorian Literature a lot!
>>By aaronzcandy (Friday, 29 Apr 2005 16:54)
Oh my god... this is awesome. I have always loved this book. it is the best book ever. cathy....heathcliff...drama... love story. conflict.. you name it...this book has it!!!!
>>By tigerlilly (Friday, 21 Oct 2005 05:40)
how many people can be crazy for love? how many people are willing to be crazy for love?
heathcliff does, but finally i sighed, isnot he too cruel? for his own love , he would like to destroy all the others' lives.
>>By yunzi (Tuesday, 3 Jan 2006 10:41)
Bronte's Wuthering Heights is one book I love so much simply because Heathcliff's conscious striving to keep his humanity away from all sub-human treatment leaves a lasting example existential exertions.His life strikes me as an exemplary way to live life to the fullest without giving cheap concession to shame and ignominy.
>>By Thisdumebi (Tuesday, 6 Mar 2007 12:12)
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