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Wuthering heights - Emily Bronte

Chapters 1-3: Mr Lockwood rented Thrushcross Grange (TG) and meets his landlord Mr
Heathcliff, who lives with his family in a remote farmhouse ­ Wuthering heights (WH). Mr
Heathcliff is a gentleman but acts rudely same with his wife. In the house there is also…

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Chapters 32-34: In September, 8 months later Lockwood returns and decides to stay at TG
as his contact is still valid. Ellen is now living at WH and goes there to fill in the rest of the
story. Ellen had returned to WH to replace the old housekeeper. In March…

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1. The Maiden: (1-11) Tess is the child of John and Joan durbeyfield. The durbeyfields find out
they are related to the noble Norman family the d'Urbervilles. Tess briefly meets Angel Clare
at a May dance before arriving in a situation where on her way home she falls asleep at…

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with Angel and her younger sister "Liza-Lu". When they reach a resting point before falling
asleep she tells Angel to look after her sister and marry her when she's dead. Police arrive
and Tess is executed in prison. Angel and Liza-Lu holding hands go on their way.

Quotes

"As Tess's…

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Isabel Archer is a young woman in her early twenties. She was raised by her father after her
mother died when she was young. He raised her to become independent. Because of this
upbringing Isabel is widely read and imaginative. She has a reputation in Albany for being an
intellect…

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and he tells Isabel to run away with him. The next day he can't find Isabel, Henrietta tells him
that she went back to Rome as she is unable to break from her marriage.

Quotes

"Lord Warburton was left standing with Ralph Touchett, to whom in a moment he said:…

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Or bends with the remover to remove:
O no! it is an ever-fixed mark
That looks on tempests and is never shaken;
It is the star to every wandering bark,
Whose worth's unknown, although his height be taken
Love's not Time's fool, though rosy lips and cheeks
Within his bending…

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That paddles in a halcyon sea;
My heart is gladder than all these,
Because my love is come to me.

Raise me a daïs of silk and down;
Hang it with vair and purple dyes;
Carve it in doves and pomegranates,
And peacocks with a hundred eyes;
Work it in…

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While they laugh, laugh at me, at me fled to the drear
Empty church, to pray God in, for them!--I am here.

Grind away, moisten and mash up thy paste,
Pound at thy powder,--I am not in haste!
Better sit thus and observe thy strange things,
Than go where men…

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Structure: Each stanza is four lines ­ quatrain. Each stanza is set up as two rhyming
couplets.

Themes: Jealousy, Revenge, Science, Death, Women and Femininity.

Key Analysis:

The woman's body has been taken over by revenge the same way poison takes over
someone's body

The use of "kings" and how…

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