Reading of Wuthering Heights Opens in Jo’s Book Nook


Feb 28, 2009

Posted by EdwardTLC

Emily Brontë’s classic novel Wuthering Heights has been chosen as the next book in the Leaky Lounge’s non-Harry Potter Book Club. Jo’s Book Nook features discussions open to all Lounge members who wish to read a classic novel and take part in open discussions on many topics related to the novel. This time around, the analysis of the book is accompanied with a number of other activities, including a quiz to see which character from the classic novel you’d be. Check out what your fellow Lounge members are talking about in Jo’s Book Nook today!


24 Responses to Reading of Wuthering Heights Opens in Jo’s Book Nook

Avatar ImageElwood_magic says: My favourite book! I just finished reading it for a fourth time, but don't mind reading it again!Avatar ImageHarryfan24 says: Ohh! I love this book! I am very excited!Avatar ImageIWannaBeAWeasley says: I've been meaning to try and read this again. I read about half of it in high school, but I didn't appreciate it and I only read what I had to to get by in class. This is a good way to get me to read it again. Excellent!Avatar ImageErinM says: I think I'll check it out. Avatar Imagel-u-n-a says: This is great I chose to read it own my own for my book report for English.Avatar ImageMeglovesHP says: I just read this book for school in december 08. Bronte is a great writer - i dont personally like this book though. but for those of you who have not read it - READ IT - its challenging and mind boggleing and when your done you can brag about it! :)Avatar ImageAttolia says: Yay! I haven't been able to finish it yet but hopefully I will soon.Avatar ImageThe Silver Doe music says: What a great book! I'd love to reread it, but I just don't have the time to do with with all the reading I have to do for school, and lines I have to memorize for the play I'm in. But I just read it for the second time for a class last semester, and I had a great time reading it and writing a paper on it. There are some very interesting things to talk about.Avatar ImageDaphne Blake says: I read this so much for my Eng A Level I think it made my eyes bleed, I did like it though I still think big Cathy is a twat.Avatar Imagedoctorlazarus says: Daphne Blake - True as your views of big Cathy are, you can't use that word!! I did giggle when I read it though.Avatar ImageSidish_black6 says: oi i'm readin this book. . . . . finish upto page 2 !!!;D :P Avatar ImageHollyLime says: What a great book. I imagine Jo might have taken some inspiration for the Ron-Hermione matching from Catherine and Heathcliff.Avatar ImageKahEvans says: I've meaning to read this book for so long but always found an excuse to delay it. Now I'm really going to read it as soon as I canAvatar Imagex_Potter_Lover_Forever_x says: Never read this book, maybe I'll give it ago! Have it sitting upstairs on my bookshelf :) xxAvatar ImageEva Hedwig says: Mhh, HollyLime, I rather thought that Jo may have been inspired by them for the Snape-Lily relationship. They also grew up beeing play-mates as kids and when getting older Lily got entangled with James, who Snape had as arch-enemie, a bit the same as Heathcliff and Edgar.Avatar Imagebadger666 says: I read Wuthering Heights for school a few years ago. It's well written, but Heathcliff and Cathy are such utterly unlikeable people that I really don't find it romantic at all. It would be very interesting to reread with Harry Potter in mind, though. There's actually quite a few similarities between the characters of Heathcliff and Snape, I think, both in terms of personality and even plot. Heathcliff is like a worse version of Snape because he's not heroic at all and never does anything at all to redeem himself. Coincidentally, there's actually a Snape/Lily song by the band Split Seven Ways called "More Myself Than I Am", which is a famous quote from WH, which alludes to WH. Interesting, huh? I have to wonder whether Rowling had Heathcliff and Cathy in the back of her mind when she wrote "The Prince's Tale." Sorry, if I spoiled anything about WH. I was an English major in college and am, therefore, trained to overanalyze everything and find comparisons between all literature, lol! Avatar Imagemugglemom4 says: This is a book I don't have, hopefully I can borrow it. Avatar ImageCatherine says: squee! will so join when i have time!Avatar ImageAccioCloak says: Must dig out my copy - read it a few years ago & would enjoy getting more insights from others!!Avatar ImageGarden State Geek says: I love this book. Even graduate school didn't ruin it for me. Avatar Imagekiwimci says: This is my mum's favourite book, I'd love to give it a go some time, unfortunately I'm waist deep in filmmaking work perhaps when I'm finished come AprilAvatar ImageSarabi says: I've actually been meaning to read this book, it's sitting right here in my stack on my desk.....this would be perfect to get me motivated to read :DAvatar Imagechoirgeek says: Ooh, I adore this novel! I'll definitely have to get in on this book discussion.Avatar ImageBradyboy says: I've never read this book, but I don't know if its my style.

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