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by Patsy Stoneman

  • Author: Patsy Stoneman
  • ISBN: 1840461411
  • ISBN13: 978-1840461411
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  • Language: English
  • Category: History & Criticism
  • Publisher: Palgrave; 2nd edition (April 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 212
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Emily Bronte - Wuthering Heights (Readers' Guides to Essential Criticism) ePub download

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A guide to Emily Bronte's masterpiece about Cathy and Heathcliff - a tale of love and revenge on the Yorkshire moors. Emily Jane Brontë’s only novel is widely considered one of the greatest works of fiction ever written

A guide to Emily Bronte's masterpiece about Cathy and Heathcliff - a tale of love and revenge on the Yorkshire moors. Summaries, character details, maps and timelines - all here. Emily Jane Brontë’s only novel is widely considered one of the greatest works of fiction ever written.

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Series: Readers' Guides To Essential Criticism. Paperback: 208 pages. In this Readers' Guide, Patsy Stoneman has devised a careful route through the bewildering profusion of critical writing on Wuthering Heights. Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan 1 April 2000. Wuthering Heights is one of those rare books that appeals to a general audience as well as inspiring endless academic enquiry. Baffling and fascinating its first readers, it has been read as a great love story, a tragedy of hatred, a promise of spiritual sublimity, an intriguing textual puzzle, an analogue of the class war, a feminist protest, a poem, a drama, a dialogue.

Emily Bronte - Wuthering Heights (Readers' Guides to Essential Criticism) by Patsy Stoneman Paperback £1. 9. FREE Delivery in the UK. Details. Wuthering Heights: York Notes for A-level by Claire Steele Paperback £. Opening chapters in this book on the narrative frame, characters, imagery and symbols, structure and themes use practical analysis to build and refine our insight into "Wuthering Heights". It goes on to give information about Emily Bronte's life and works, a discussion of this novel's place in the development of fiction, and a comparison of three important critical views.

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Wuthering Heights is one of those rare books that appeals to a general audience as well as inspiring endless academic enquiry.

Literary context of Wuthering Heights. Emily Brontë and the novel. It is reported that Emily Brontë was reading this play as she wrote Wuthering Heights. Such novels were often seen as providing readers with a kind of thrill, a delight in being frightened that is perhaps similar to that derived from contemporary horror films. Multiple narrators were common. Jane Austen, who enjoyed reading Gothic novels, satirises them in Northanger Abbey (1818). Elements of the Gothic in Wuthering Heights. Specific mention is made of the play as early as Chapter 1 when Lockwood is trapped by the weather at Wuthering Heights.

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Wuthering Heights: A Brief Glossary 48 XIV. Wuthering Heights: Translations from the Dialect 52 XV. A Student’s Selected Bibliography 63 iv A Student’s Guide to Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë Mezo Table of Contents (cont’d. XVI. Appendix A: Teaching and Learning Literature 65 XVII.

Wuthering Heights is one of those rare books that appeals to a general . Icon Reader's Guides to Essential Criticism.

Wuthering Heights is one of those rare books that appeals to a general audience as well as inspiring endless academic enquiry. Baffling and fascinating its first readers, it has been read as a great love story, a tragedy of hatred, a promise of spiritual sublimity, an intriguing textual puzzle, an analogue of the class war, a feminist protest, a poem, a drama, a dialogue. It has inspired hundreds of interpretive versions in other media, and the image of Catherine and Heathcliff on the hill-top (despite not appearing in the novel) has become a cultural icon. In this Readers' Guide, Patsy Stoneman has devised a careful route through the bewildering profusion of critical writing on Wuthering Heights. After a chapter on 19th century responses, the Guide links together a selection of extracts demonstrating the major critical developments of the 20th century, from humanism through formalism to deconstruction. Subsequent chapters, working within this general framework, focus on psychoanalytic readings, source studies, readings using discourse theory, work on dissemination, and political readings including Marxism, postcolonialism and feminism. By combining thoroughness and accessibility, this Guide aims to be useful to both undergraduates and more advanced scholars.