Reviews by Sherise Dreyer

Wuthering Heights

by Emily Brontė

Emily Brontė's novel opens the mind to the complexity of society and family heriatge. Explores masculinity and femininity. Heathcliff's desire for revenge and his perseverance to obtain, what he never had and what he seeks in love and life. It demostrates the rippel effect of life and how it can destroy generations in succession. The power of emotions and the naivety of man. The magnitude of education on society and societal roles. How life can destroy and produce life, the parrallality of is nature.

Reviewed on 2008.08.01

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