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Wuthering Heights: Settings
Introduction:
Importance of settings- provides the main conflict of social class
Compared to a prison- like Hamlet and Denmark
Wuthering Heights setting also reflects the gothic nature, like
Spellbound- and Emily Bronte's love of the Moors
PASSAGE ONE
Wuthering Heights as a prison
"he shut and locked…

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PASSAGE THREE
"a splendid place carpeted with crimson, and crimson covered chairs"
Use of cacaphonic alliteration- puts an emphasis on the richness and
wealth of the Grange- crimson in Victorian v expensive and hard to get
"and a pure white bordered by gold"
Pre modification of pure- suggest that TG…

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