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Wuthering Heights | Emily Bront
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Poor Mr. Lockwood thinks these people can't really be as ill-tempered as they seem. 😆😆 Late to the party but catching up! I am surprised how funny the first couple of chapters are. I saw a movie version recently, and it had no humor.
#wanderingthroughwutheringheights #pemberlittens @Crinoline_Laphroaig

The Odyssey | Homer
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Emma | Jane Austen
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Guess what is the first big girls book I‘ll be giving to my new Granddaughter, Emma 🥰. If I‘m in and out of Litsy , it‘s because I‘ll be minding this little doll .. happy days

Tamra Ohhhhhh sweet!! Enjoy every minute! 💕💕 2h
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Cathythoughts @Tamra will do 😄 2h
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AmyG She is beautiful! Enjoy every minute. I don‘t have to tell you how fast it goes. 2h
Cathythoughts @AmyG Thanks X it goes way too fast. I‘m enjoying every minute 👍💕 2h
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Ugh the Character Names in this book!🤦🏻‍♀️
Did Emily use the same names over and over on purpose to confuse the reader? Or did she use up all her imagination in the story and couldn't be bothered with coming up with different names?
For instance Isabella names her son Linton and her Edgar is often called just by his last Name of Linton.
#Pemberlittens #Chapter17

Crinoline_Laphroaig I've been listening to my chapter the night before so I'm ready to post in morning. Had to get out my print copy because I was so confused even after mulling it over last night. Also where is Isabella's son Linton at the end of this Chapter? Do we not know yet? 4h
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megnews For the last several chapters, I hadn‘t had to consult the family tree again. But this chapter I‘ve looked back several times even for one sentence to try to get them all placed again. I think it‘s not helping that different people are in different places between Wuthering heights and the grange. 4h
CrowCAH Agreed. The double names does get confusing, especially on a first read. But in re-read it gets a little easier. 1h
mollyrotondo So first Catherine dies. Then six months later Hindley dies. Isabella around the time of Hindley‘s death gives birth to Linton. When Linton is 12 years old Isabella dies. Can anyone fact check me? 49m
mollyrotondo Also do we know how Heathcliff earned his money? He gave Hindley large amounts of money toward his gambling debts and now owns Wuthering Heights so he is very well off. But how does he have all this money? Did I miss something? 41m
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Candide | Voltaire
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Way more fun than I anticipated 😜 for my Russian French Lit challenge I joined on IG

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Sense and Sensibility | Jane Austen
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Chapter 19 and we meet the Palmers. #pemberlittens #buddyread

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Sense and Sensibility | Jane Austen
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Just a few of the many (and I mean many) pretty #trimandthread items I own to go with this lovely edition of Sense and Sensibility ❤

#bookworm #janeausten #senseandsensibility

Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy
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Tale told again and again and again throughout history, but none as good as Tolstoy has.

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Sense and Sensibility | Jane Austen
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Oh, sweet naive Elinor, believing that somehow (and she doesn't know how!), Edward managed to get a chunk of her hair for his ring, never for a second assuming it could be someone else's. There's gonna be a rude awakening here pretty soon! Also, I know that hair rings were A Thing, as were hair lockets and hair brooches and effing *decorative flowers made of effing hair*, but I find it completely repulsive. Anyone else share this aversion with me?

Ruthiella Not totally repulsed, but no thank you to the jewelry made from hair. I also find it interesting that normally clear eyed Elinor thinks that Edward somehow cut a chunk of her hair off without her knowing? 13h
megnews A bit of hair in a locket is fine. Anything else, no. 8h
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Andrea313 @Ruthiella Yes! How can she possibly rationalize this? I think it shows us that just because she is generally the most rational, she is still very innocent. I think she's also clinging to her rosy view of Edward, as Marianne does with Willoughby. 3h
Andrea313 @megnews Yeah, that's about as far as I'd go. P.S. do not Google this if you haven't already. Rope necklaces made of hair?? 🤮🤮🤮 Nightmare fuel. 3h
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