Although it has been a few years since I read Wuthering Heights, re-reading the book has me remembering the first time I read it quite fondly.
Sure, there are angst-ridden moments in the book that could, in some ways, leave the reader with an "Oh, come on" sort of feeling, but overall the writing fits the time period.
I liked it as much this time around as the first time I read it. I like the moodiness of the setting, the drama of the relationship between Heathcliff and Catherine, the tragedy that keeps building on itself, the little slice of happiness that Catherine finds with Edgar Linton. The above-mentioned angst-ridden moments are another reason I also liked the book.
Wuthering Heights may not be to everyone's tastes for various reasons, but it is a good book that has been a reading staple for many years and will be around for many more.
Lush, romantic, and wildly passionate: Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights, the tale of two soul mates separated by class and society, has seduced readers for generations and inspired countless adaptations.Catherine Earnshaw and Heathcliff--the gypsy boy her father brought home to their estate of Wuthering Heights--have been inseparable since childhood. But as Catherine grows up and becomes a lady, she spurns Heathcliff for the wealthy and genteel Edgar Linton. She never stops loving him, however…with a passion that not even death can diminish.