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PostSubject: Audiobook Wuthering Heights   Mon Feb 23, 2009 9:52 pm

I've been listening to "Wuthering Heights" for a few days now, every now and then, when I had a few spare minutes. I find it quite confusing. I've already re-listened (Wink) the first three chapters, so I could get the hang of it, but it is still very mysterious to me. Did anyone have the same feeling? Does the novel simply take some getting used to?

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PostSubject: Re: Audiobook Wuthering Heights   Thu Feb 26, 2009 4:34 am

Yes, I was rather confused when I read the first couple chapters of WH, between the narrator issues and the introduction of so many characters at once. I think Emily Bronte wanted us to feel mystified at first, just like Mr. Lockwood was, to wonder, "What's going on here?"
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