Wuthering Heights; A Bookworm’s Trip in Pictures

Yesterday I was with my friend who’s going to the Netherlands. She wanted to visit Hukvaldy Castle, and so we went there together. It was a beautiful sunny day but still it’s cold out there, and trees are naked…

As it was International Women’s Day yesterday, I took my old Czech version of Wuthering Heights (1847) by Emily Brontë, and remembered the one and only story there, in wuthering heights. If you like it, remember it with me.

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5 thoughts on “Wuthering Heights; A Bookworm’s Trip in Pictures”

    1. Thank you, Danzel! Yesterday I was watching Wuthering Heights (1992), and understood March is the best month for reading Emily Brontë’s book. No snow. No green. No colour at all. The climate is rather harsh. Just as it is in the book. Wow.

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