34: United in Putrification: Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights (Guest: Summer Star) - Books of Some Substance

In this episode, San Francisco State University Literature Professor Summer Star joins Nick and David for a rousingly dark conversation on Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights. Is this story within a story within a story meant to be identifiable to anyone? Are those really ghosts? Is Heathcliff a critique of mid-19th century British class structure, a rotten bastard, or simply one who loves and revenges harder than any made for TV adaptation can handle? 
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