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Posted: 10 March 2011 at 9:47am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Mysterygirl_me

do read it kanky, its like one of the bestest books i ever read, the story, the changes in characterization im sure u will fall in love with cathy and healthcliff and u might hate the story at times too but it makes for a wonderful, classic read, try this one for sure 

Sure, it is on my list. And I have bought a copy, already. Smile

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Only one thing I'd like to suggest is that you might wanna read the abridged version first so you can enjoy the actual happenings to the fullest; once you have read this one, you can move on to the unabridged.

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Only one thing I'd like to suggest is that you might wanna read the abridged version first so you can enjoy the actual happenings to the fullest; once you have read this one, you can move on to the unabridged.

What are they, I mean the difference? LOL

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Posted: 14 March 2011 at 6:23pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by -Kanky-

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Only one thing I'd like to suggest is that you might wanna read the abridged version first so you can enjoy the actual happenings to the fullest; once you have read this one, you can move on to the unabridged.

What are they, I mean the difference? LOL

Sometimes when novels have way too long passages of description, in abrdiged version, they cut these out so the story doesn't drag and only take stuff that is important for the plot and story of the novel. The unabridged versions are as they were written by the authors and hence so full of long descriptions of flowers or gardens or stuff like that which does not have anything to do with the story itself really.


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Posted: 15 March 2011 at 12:39am | IP Logged
Originally posted by koolchick

I've read Wuthering Heights

It's very good, although since there is a narration, you tend to feel much farther from the characters as opposed to just reading the events as it happens. I love the way she wraps up everything in the end

Well, yes! That's sort of obvious. I am gonna read the book real soon, and then the book is a great deal tragic - what happened to the author post the publish is sad too. So it kind of compels me! 

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Originally posted by amy22

Originally posted by -Kanky-

Originally posted by amy22

Only one thing I'd like to suggest is that you might wanna read the abridged version first so you can enjoy the actual happenings to the fullest; once you have read this one, you can move on to the unabridged.

What are they, I mean the difference? LOL

Sometimes when novels have way too long passages of description, in abrdiged version, they cut these out so the story doesn't drag and only take stuff that is important for the plot and story of the novel. The unabridged versions are as they were written by the authors and hence so full of long descriptions of flowers or gardens or stuff like that which does not have anything to do with the story itself really.

I have the unabridged version then, I assume. It's in the literal form of the original book. Thanks! Approve

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