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Wuthering Heights Study Guide. This study guide and infographic for Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights offer summary and analysis on themes, symbols, and other literary devices found in the text. Explore Course Hero's library of literature materials, including documents and Q&A pairs. Heathcliff Cathy Catherine Mrs. Dean Edgar Hareton Hindley.

Start by marking Wuthering Heights (Nineteenth-Century Novel and Its Legacy . He has published pioneering studies in Arabic adaptations of Shakespeare, culminating in The Arab Shakespeare Trilogy b. .

Start by marking Wuthering Heights (Nineteenth-Century Novel and Its Legacy Course A302, Unit 5) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Writer and critic Graham Holderness has published over 40 books, many on Shakespeare, and hundreds of chapters and articles of criticism, theory and theology. He was one of the founders of British cultural materialism, and is acknowledged as a formative contributor to a number of branches of Shakespeare criticism and theory. He has published pioneering studies in Arabic adaptations of Shakespeare, culminating in The Arab Shakespeare Trilogy by Sulayman Al Bassam (Bloomsbury/Methuen Drama, 2014).

Wuthering Heights contains too many other elements to be regarded as a fully Gothic novel . Much of the plot of Wuthering Heights follows the pattern of a traditional tragedy: the downfall of a ‘hero’ initially through no fault of his own. the way in which innocent people are drawn into the suffering.

Wuthering Heights contains too many other elements to be regarded as a fully Gothic novel, but it certainly uses a number of devices from the earlier form, for example: The setting at Wuthering Heights itself has some elements of the remote and mysterious houses of Gothic fiction. The events of Chapter 3 are used to create tension and mystery in the same way as in Gothic novels. There are elements of the ghostly and supernatural.

Wuthering Heights is indeed a novel of manners, offering the reader a rich and varied portrait of life in provincial . One unusual element of the novel is its use of several narrators

Wuthering Heights is indeed a novel of manners, offering the reader a rich and varied portrait of life in provincial English society during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. The social setting of the work is one to which many current readers are unaccustomed. One unusual element of the novel is its use of several narrators. The narrator Mr. Lockwood tells the reader a story of the Earnshaws and the Lintons, one that he is told by another narrator, Mrs. Ellen ( Nelly or Elly ) Dean, a servant to both families.

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Metadata describing this Open University module. Title: The nineteenth century novel and its legacy. This course is closed and no longer in presentation. Module dates: 1973-1978. Module status: This course is closed and no longer in presentation. Faculty: Arts Faculty. Keyword(s): A302, The nineteenth century novel and its legacy, Undergraduate course, Open University, Humanities.

We shall consider what nineteenth-century readers taxonomized the novel and invested heavily in what they thought its purpose and formula should .

We shall consider what nineteenth-century readers taxonomized the novel and invested heavily in what they thought its purpose and formula should be and yet simultaneously defamiliarized it. So too, we will consider the C19th novel outside its historical context, and as subject to multiplicitous critical readings.