Romantic Reads for the Month of Love

by Lewis Saddington February 07, 2020 3 min read

Love is in the air. The month of romance is upon us. And, as a reader, you can still make the most of this wonderful occasion whether you have a valentine to share it with or not. Literature is often one of the richest sources of romance, be it uplifting or heartbreaking, moving or haunting. Many of the most memorable titles ever written touch upon the topic of love in one way or another, and classic literature holds no short supply of stories revolving around the most powerful human emotion. So without further delay, let's take a look at some of the most romantic, moving, or tragic tales of love this February.
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Wuthering Heights: The Brilliance of Emily Bronte

by Amelia Baker July 29, 2019 2 min read

Wuthering Heights is a novel that has cemented its legacy as one of the most discussed, revered, and profoundly influential pieces of English literature of all time. Perhaps the most impressive aspect of the book is that it is the sole novel written and published by Emily Bronte before her untimely death at the age of thirty. Yet, with her birthday near, it's only right to celebrate something she achieved in half a lifetime that most of us could only dream of in one hundred - changing the world of literature.
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