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tion. He acquired a slouching gait and ignoble look ; his naturally reserved
disposition was exaggerated into an almost idiotic excess of unsociable
moroseness, and he took a grim pleasure, apparently, in exciting the aversion
rather than the ...
I could hardly fancy it the ! same individual I had beheld on the day I discovered
my little lady at Wuthering Heights, after her expedi- : tion to the Crags. While I
admired and they laboured, dusk drew on, and with it returned the master. He
tion, wives never think of that nowadays, she supposes. But things were different
in her time. As if there was any good to be done by staying in the room, when he
does nothing but grumble and scold when he's in a bad humour, talk disgusting ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ElizaJane - LibraryThing
This is the last book Geary contributed to this series. I read Wuthering Heights once when I was an impressionable young teenager and remember loving it; I'm not sure if I would feel the same today ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - humblewomble - LibraryThing
Crazy people do crazy shit. Incomprehensible man relays this to bewildered newcomer. Hilarity ensues. Read full review