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Analysis on “Window and Two-Children”Motifs in Wuthering Heights

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DOI: 10.25236/emcs.2018.039


Lihong Wang

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Lihong Wang


Emily Bronte is considered one of the most important yet elusive figures in the nineteenth century English literature. She led a brief and circumscribed life, spent in relative isolation in a parsonage on the Yorkshire moors, however, she left behind a literary legacy that includes some of the most passionate and inspired writing in Victorian literature. Bronte’s overall reputation rests primarily on her only novel, Wuthering Heights. Wuthering Heights is a story of superhuman love and revenge enacted on the English moors, what I analyze what I analyze are the window and the two-children motifs, the rusticity of the language, and also the characterization of it. The novel has attracted generations of readers and critics alike, and has been elevated to the status of a literary classic.


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