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Wuthering HeightsRecently, I read Emily Brontё’s novel, “Wuthering heights”. I feel as if the book hadcompletely enthralled me, although it was a bit blood- curling at certain points.Especially, the frequent amounts of cursing and reference to the devil, as well as thespeeches of Joseph were the things that sent chills along my spine. Something about thebook made feel as if I had read the book before; there was a sense of familiarity betweenthe characters and the plot, although I didn’t know anything beforehand. Also, this bookhas marked as my first gothic novel, as normally I am more into reading booksassociating with the romance genre.At first, I felt a great deal of sympathy towards Heathcliff. Especially, by the brutal andsavage way Hindley treated him. But, something made Heathcliff appear a bit queer,from the very entrance of Heathcliff to the Earnshaw household. Even though the entryof Heathcliff might have just earned pity from the readers, as he was a dirty and

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