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Wuthering Heights Society and Class Quotes Page 2

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    crazydog951 18 Jan 2017 07:30

    1. Discuss the novel’s narrative structure. Are the novel’s narrators trustworthy? Why or why not? With particular reference to Nelly’s story, consider what might be gained from reading between the lines of the narration. What roles do the personalities of the narrators play in the way that the story is told?

    2. What role does social class and class ambiguity play in Wuthering Heights ? To what extent is Heathcliff’s social position responsible for the misery and conflict so persistent in the book?

    A half-civilized ferocity lurked yet in the depressed brows and eyes full of black fire, but it was subdued; and his manner was even dignified: quite divested of roughness, though stern for grace. (10.53)

    Though still swarthy, Heathcliff is a changed man. Gone for three years, he returns with some grooming and social graces. Clearly he has been working hard on improving himself—but that hasn''''''''''''''''t changed his overall attitude.

    In Wuthering Heights, Brontë constantly plays nature and culture against each other. Nature is represented by the Earnshaw family, and by Catherine and Heathcliff in particular. These characters are governed by their passions, not by reflection or ideals of civility. Correspondingly, the house where they live Wuthering Heights comes to symbolize a similar wildness. On the other hand, Thrushcross Grange and the Linton family represent culture, refinement, convention, and cultivation.

    Hello All ! I wanted to know a few links between the two famous stories of Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights and the main themes that occur within both the novels.The first one that stood out to me was the descent into madness of both Heathcliff in Wuthering Heights, imagining Catherine being everywhere and Bertha Mason in Jane Eyre being known as ''''''''Insane''''''''.What other links can be made between the two novel??

    Wuthering Heights does not belong to any obvious prose genre, nor did it begin an important literary lineage. None of its imitations can approach its sincerity and poetic power. However, it has still been an important influence on English literature. With the passing of time, an immense amount of interest has grown up about the Brontë sisters, Charlotte, Emily, and Anne, and they have achieved the status of the centers of a literary cult.

    Lockwood is referring to the isolation imposed upon Heathcliff's daughter-in-law. Being buried alive in the country could be the only explanation for her choice of husband.

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    bigfrog929 18 Jan 2017 02:53

    1. Discuss the novel’s narrative structure. Are the novel’s narrators trustworthy? Why or why not? With particular reference to Nelly’s story, consider what might be gained from reading between the lines of the narration. What roles do the personalities of the narrators play in the way that the story is told?

    2. What role does social class and class ambiguity play in Wuthering Heights ? To what extent is Heathcliff’s social position responsible for the misery and conflict so persistent in the book?

    A half-civilized ferocity lurked yet in the depressed brows and eyes full of black fire, but it was subdued; and his manner was even dignified: quite divested of roughness, though stern for grace. (10.53)

    Though still swarthy, Heathcliff is a changed man. Gone for three years, he returns with some grooming and social graces. Clearly he has been working hard on improving himself—but that hasn''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t changed his overall attitude.

    In Wuthering Heights, Brontë constantly plays nature and culture against each other. Nature is represented by the Earnshaw family, and by Catherine and Heathcliff in particular. These characters are governed by their passions, not by reflection or ideals of civility. Correspondingly, the house where they live Wuthering Heights comes to symbolize a similar wildness. On the other hand, Thrushcross Grange and the Linton family represent culture, refinement, convention, and cultivation.

    Hello All ! I wanted to know a few links between the two famous stories of Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights and the main themes that occur within both the novels.The first one that stood out to me was the descent into madness of both Heathcliff in Wuthering Heights, imagining Catherine being everywhere and Bertha Mason in Jane Eyre being known as ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''Insane''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''.What other links can be made between the two novel??

    Wuthering Heights does not belong to any obvious prose genre, nor did it begin an important literary lineage. None of its imitations can approach its sincerity and poetic power. However, it has still been an important influence on English literature. With the passing of time, an immense amount of interest has grown up about the Brontë sisters, Charlotte, Emily, and Anne, and they have achieved the status of the centers of a literary cult.

    Lockwood is referring to the isolation imposed upon Heathcliff''''''''s daughter-in-law. Being buried alive in the country could be the only explanation for her choice of husband.

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    しおりг(・・г) 18 Jan 2017 03:49

    Ghosts appear throughout Wuthering Heights, as they do in most other works of Gothic fiction, yet Brontë always presents them in such a way that whether they really.

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    Анна Грей  🌚 18 Jan 2017 03:40

    Social classes were actually a huge part of the book. And unfortunately if you didn t read it you may have a problem, lol.. The whole story begins with the father bringing home a presumabley orphaned boy that he picked up on the street (in I believe London). he brings this peasant home to his affluent family to be raised as one of his own sons. ending up to be his favorite. But.. the father dies and the other son has a serious issue with Heathcliff (the orphan) so as he becomes master of the estate, he shuns Heathcliff to be back where he belongs and makes him become a servant/stable boy again. He cuts his education and makes very sure that Heathcliff is where he - as a person of an more elite class of people - believes Heathcliff belongs - a lower class position in the house. The social class issue comes into play again when Heathcliff and Catherine are caught outside of Edgars house and when she gets hurt she is taken into Edgars house. Heathcliff is apprehended as a criminal would be only to be yelled at and told to leave. because he was viewed as a lower class person. This goes back and forth throughout the book. the entire reason that Heathcliff is who he is is driven by the fact that he was always treated subpar because of class. and when he comes back as a high class man after being gone for years. he is treated differently. but resented at the same time. all because of class. Social class is the drive of this book. I know it sounds like a boring book. but it really is a good book. it is a romance but a very dark, violent, manipulative, book.. If you did read it feel free to ask questions. it was one of my all time favorite books. Good Luck!!!

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    Всё о 17 Jan 2017 23:50

    1. Discuss the novel’s narrative structure. Are the novel’s narrators trustworthy? Why or why not? With particular reference to Nelly’s story, consider what might be gained from reading between the lines of the narration. What roles do the personalities of the narrators play in the way that the story is told?

    2. What role does social class and class ambiguity play in Wuthering Heights ? To what extent is Heathcliff’s social position responsible for the misery and conflict so persistent in the book?

    A half-civilized ferocity lurked yet in the depressed brows and eyes full of black fire, but it was subdued; and his manner was even dignified: quite divested of roughness, though stern for grace. (10.53)

    Though still swarthy, Heathcliff is a changed man. Gone for three years, he returns with some grooming and social graces. Clearly he has been working hard on improving himself—but that hasn''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t changed his overall attitude.

    In Wuthering Heights, Brontë constantly plays nature and culture against each other. Nature is represented by the Earnshaw family, and by Catherine and Heathcliff in particular. These characters are governed by their passions, not by reflection or ideals of civility. Correspondingly, the house where they live Wuthering Heights comes to symbolize a similar wildness. On the other hand, Thrushcross Grange and the Linton family represent culture, refinement, convention, and cultivation.

    Hello All ! I wanted to know a few links between the two famous stories of Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights and the main themes that occur within both the novels.The first one that stood out to me was the descent into madness of both Heathcliff in Wuthering Heights, imagining Catherine being everywhere and Bertha Mason in Jane Eyre being known as ''''''''''''''''Insane''''''''''''''''.What other links can be made between the two novel??

    Wuthering Heights does not belong to any obvious prose genre, nor did it begin an important literary lineage. None of its imitations can approach its sincerity and poetic power. However, it has still been an important influence on English literature. With the passing of time, an immense amount of interest has grown up about the Brontë sisters, Charlotte, Emily, and Anne, and they have achieved the status of the centers of a literary cult.

    Lockwood is referring to the isolation imposed upon Heathcliff''s daughter-in-law. Being buried alive in the country could be the only explanation for her choice of husband.

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    NewsJS Ru 18 Jan 2017 00:49

    Social class conflicts in the novel are depicted for instance in Catherine s relationship with Heathcliff. As far as I can remember, one of the objections Catherine s family or brother in particular had against heathcliff was that he belonged to a much lower social class (remember, he was taken in by Catherine s father after the latter found him as an orphan in the streets of Liverpool). This conflict was also heightened by the tension between him and Catherine s brother who did not approve of Heathcliff at all. It is also reflected in Heathcliff revenge later, which was directed at Catherine s brother (sorry I can t remember his name :D) as he took over their fortune and house, and in his bad treatment of Hareton later too. By the way, try to search for this topic on the web, I m sure you will find a lot of things that can help :)

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    smallcat721 18 Jan 2017 01:24

    Click here wuthering heights essay on social class

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    tinytiger306 17 Jan 2017 22:16

    1. Discuss the novel’s narrative structure. Are the novel’s narrators trustworthy? Why or why not? With particular reference to Nelly’s story, consider what might be gained from reading between the lines of the narration. What roles do the personalities of the narrators play in the way that the story is told?

    2. What role does social class and class ambiguity play in Wuthering Heights ? To what extent is Heathcliff’s social position responsible for the misery and conflict so persistent in the book?

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    whitefish133 17 Jan 2017 22:20

    1. Discuss the novel’s narrative structure. Are the novel’s narrators trustworthy? Why or why not? With particular reference to Nelly’s story, consider what might be gained from reading between the lines of the narration. What roles do the personalities of the narrators play in the way that the story is told?

    2. What role does social class and class ambiguity play in Wuthering Heights ? To what extent is Heathcliff’s social position responsible for the misery and conflict so persistent in the book?

    A half-civilized ferocity lurked yet in the depressed brows and eyes full of black fire, but it was subdued; and his manner was even dignified: quite divested of roughness, though stern for grace. (10.53)

    Though still swarthy, Heathcliff is a changed man. Gone for three years, he returns with some grooming and social graces. Clearly he has been working hard on improving himself—but that hasn''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t changed his overall attitude.

    In Wuthering Heights, Brontë constantly plays nature and culture against each other. Nature is represented by the Earnshaw family, and by Catherine and Heathcliff in particular. These characters are governed by their passions, not by reflection or ideals of civility. Correspondingly, the house where they live Wuthering Heights comes to symbolize a similar wildness. On the other hand, Thrushcross Grange and the Linton family represent culture, refinement, convention, and cultivation.

    Hello All ! I wanted to know a few links between the two famous stories of Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights and the main themes that occur within both the novels.The first one that stood out to me was the descent into madness of both Heathcliff in Wuthering Heights, imagining Catherine being everywhere and Bertha Mason in Jane Eyre being known as ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''Insane''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''.What other links can be made between the two novel??

    Wuthering Heights does not belong to any obvious prose genre, nor did it begin an important literary lineage. None of its imitations can approach its sincerity and poetic power. However, it has still been an important influence on English literature. With the passing of time, an immense amount of interest has grown up about the Brontë sisters, Charlotte, Emily, and Anne, and they have achieved the status of the centers of a literary cult.

    Lockwood is referring to the isolation imposed upon Heathcliff''''s daughter-in-law. Being buried alive in the country could be the only explanation for her choice of husband.

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    Олимпија  👑 18 Jan 2017 02:24

    1. Discuss the novel’s narrative structure. Are the novel’s narrators trustworthy? Why or why not? With particular reference to Nelly’s story, consider what might be gained from reading between the lines of the narration. What roles do the personalities of the narrators play in the way that the story is told?

    2. What role does social class and class ambiguity play in Wuthering Heights ? To what extent is Heathcliff’s social position responsible for the misery and conflict so persistent in the book?

    A half-civilized ferocity lurked yet in the depressed brows and eyes full of black fire, but it was subdued; and his manner was even dignified: quite divested of roughness, though stern for grace. (10.53)

    Though still swarthy, Heathcliff is a changed man. Gone for three years, he returns with some grooming and social graces. Clearly he has been working hard on improving himself—but that hasn't changed his overall attitude.

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    Dasha Ramm 18 Jan 2017 01:36

    1. Discuss the novel’s narrative structure. Are the novel’s narrators trustworthy? Why or why not? With particular reference to Nelly’s story, consider what might be gained from reading between the lines of the narration. What roles do the personalities of the narrators play in the way that the story is told?

    2. What role does social class and class ambiguity play in Wuthering Heights ? To what extent is Heathcliff’s social position responsible for the misery and conflict so persistent in the book?

    A half-civilized ferocity lurked yet in the depressed brows and eyes full of black fire, but it was subdued; and his manner was even dignified: quite divested of roughness, though stern for grace. (10.53)

    Though still swarthy, Heathcliff is a changed man. Gone for three years, he returns with some grooming and social graces. Clearly he has been working hard on improving himself—but that hasn''''''''t changed his overall attitude.

    In Wuthering Heights, Brontë constantly plays nature and culture against each other. Nature is represented by the Earnshaw family, and by Catherine and Heathcliff in particular. These characters are governed by their passions, not by reflection or ideals of civility. Correspondingly, the house where they live Wuthering Heights comes to symbolize a similar wildness. On the other hand, Thrushcross Grange and the Linton family represent culture, refinement, convention, and cultivation.

    Hello All ! I wanted to know a few links between the two famous stories of Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights and the main themes that occur within both the novels.The first one that stood out to me was the descent into madness of both Heathcliff in Wuthering Heights, imagining Catherine being everywhere and Bertha Mason in Jane Eyre being known as ''''Insane''''.What other links can be made between the two novel??

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    organicduck980 18 Jan 2017 08:03

    1. Discuss the novel’s narrative structure. Are the novel’s narrators trustworthy? Why or why not? With particular reference to Nelly’s story, consider what might be gained from reading between the lines of the narration. What roles do the personalities of the narrators play in the way that the story is told?

    2. What role does social class and class ambiguity play in Wuthering Heights ? To what extent is Heathcliff’s social position responsible for the misery and conflict so persistent in the book?

    A half-civilized ferocity lurked yet in the depressed brows and eyes full of black fire, but it was subdued; and his manner was even dignified: quite divested of roughness, though stern for grace. (10.53)

    Though still swarthy, Heathcliff is a changed man. Gone for three years, he returns with some grooming and social graces. Clearly he has been working hard on improving himself—but that hasn''''t changed his overall attitude.

    In Wuthering Heights, Brontë constantly plays nature and culture against each other. Nature is represented by the Earnshaw family, and by Catherine and Heathcliff in particular. These characters are governed by their passions, not by reflection or ideals of civility. Correspondingly, the house where they live Wuthering Heights comes to symbolize a similar wildness. On the other hand, Thrushcross Grange and the Linton family represent culture, refinement, convention, and cultivation.

    Hello All ! I wanted to know a few links between the two famous stories of Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights and the main themes that occur within both the novels.The first one that stood out to me was the descent into madness of both Heathcliff in Wuthering Heights, imagining Catherine being everywhere and Bertha Mason in Jane Eyre being known as ''Insane''.What other links can be made between the two novel??

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    Odis 18 Jan 2017 01:53

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    bigostrich420 18 Jan 2017 08:07

    1. Discuss the novel’s narrative structure. Are the novel’s narrators trustworthy? Why or why not? With particular reference to Nelly’s story, consider what might be gained from reading between the lines of the narration. What roles do the personalities of the narrators play in the way that the story is told?

    2. What role does social class and class ambiguity play in Wuthering Heights ? To what extent is Heathcliff’s social position responsible for the misery and conflict so persistent in the book?

    A half-civilized ferocity lurked yet in the depressed brows and eyes full of black fire, but it was subdued; and his manner was even dignified: quite divested of roughness, though stern for grace. (10.53)

    Though still swarthy, Heathcliff is a changed man. Gone for three years, he returns with some grooming and social graces. Clearly he has been working hard on improving himself—but that hasn''t changed his overall attitude.

    In Wuthering Heights, Brontë constantly plays nature and culture against each other. Nature is represented by the Earnshaw family, and by Catherine and Heathcliff in particular. These characters are governed by their passions, not by reflection or ideals of civility. Correspondingly, the house where they live Wuthering Heights comes to symbolize a similar wildness. On the other hand, Thrushcross Grange and the Linton family represent culture, refinement, convention, and cultivation.

    Hello All ! I wanted to know a few links between the two famous stories of Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights and the main themes that occur within both the novels.The first one that stood out to me was the descent into madness of both Heathcliff in Wuthering Heights, imagining Catherine being everywhere and Bertha Mason in Jane Eyre being known as 'Insane'.What other links can be made between the two novel??

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    暇人系男子 [email protected] 🌹 18 Jan 2017 09:00