In my sorry attempt at reading more classics this year, I wanted to read at least one book from each of the Bronte sisters. Not exactly sure why, it just seemed like a good place to start.
Last year I read Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, and at the beginning of this year I bought Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte, and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Bronte. Since I’m a bit…hesitant…towards classics, I buy the Wordsworth editions rather than some of the prettier covers, because they’re literally £1.99 on Amazon. I love it! Plus, they’re hardly ugly covers, and they look so sleek when you have a few together. I’ll leave a link to them at the end – I really recommend the Wordsworth editions if you want cheap classics!
So finally, I actually read one.
And here we are today. Let’s see how I – a person who very rarely reads classics – fared with this one, shall we?
Let’s talk about Wuthering Heights!
(Excuse my awfully messy hair in this, it was a very long photography session that day 😆 )
Title: Wuthering Heights
Author: Emily Bronte
Publisher: Wordsworth Editions Limited
Genre: Classic, Romance, Gothic
Series Status: Standalone
Number of Pages: 245 (+ 3 pages of notes)
Continue reading Highly amused by the Victorian drama of… Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte