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“How did they not mention freakin Wuthering Heights!?!”
“Today's installment: Barrister Abbey and Diana Khan in "Wuthering Wire Transfers," a tempting tale of financial transactions and naked lust that requires your soonest response.”
“As in Wuthering Heights, there's a breath of supernaturalism as the story moves to its conclusion.”
“And finally, out of all the classic characters and wonderful writers that you employ in Wuthering High, who is your favorite and why?”
“In terms of differences between the two, I definitely felt aware of my audience when I thought about things like romantic content and language in Wuthering High.”
“Though the series is entitled Bard Academy, William Shakespeare did not appear in Wuthering High.”
“I use pop culture references in Wuthering High, even though most of the students aren't allowed access to music, TV or the internet.”
“I'm the only person I've ever met who loves reading the Yorkshire dialect in Wuthering Heights, but the way my son is with reading funny languages in his books, I wouldn't be surprised if he joins me at some point.”
“Her job as Miss Havisham's apprentice at Jurisfiction is as hectic as everand not just because she has to moderate rage counseling sessions in Wuthering Heights.”
“There’s a pillow biting scene in Wuthering Heights.”
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