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psychological fiction

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He Knew He Was Right by Anthony Trollope

If you like big, fat, thoroughly enjoyable 19th century novels, this is the book for you. Considered by some to be one of Trollope's masterpieces (he wrote something like 50 novels), "He Knew He Was Right" is a character study, a satire, and an exploration of patriarchal power and women's rights. The central plot involves a happy, loving marriage gradually destroyed by the husband's obsessive jealousy. Orbiting Mr. and Mrs. Trevelyan are a fascinating and amusing assortment of friends and family members whose lives and loves intersect.

Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte

Is Heathcliff (1) a tortured romantic hero or (2) an evil vindictive villain?

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