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"She couldn't resist moving them around, and not everything people did could be innoicrrect,logical order..."
Cecilia's battle between nature and order.
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"It was cheap.Everyone was guilty, and no one"
Robbie summaries the novel. 'Atonement' - the issue of who creates the context of guilt, how do we share this guilt and how do we atone it?
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"There was only one inevitable end, and there was nothing they could do but go towards it"
Robbie repersenting Odepius, Libary scene.
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"What is it to you" he growled. "You have no right to object,I am not your husband you: You need'nt be jealous of me"
Revenge and Jealousy
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"Greatest woman of the neighbourhood"
Cathy repersenting what a contempary reader would deem appropiate for a 19th century woman.
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"Robbie made a great show of removing his boots which wern't dirty at all"
Cecilia's reconision of class.
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'Cecilia and Robbie had been making love for years - by post.
Pause shows significance. Epistolary structure.
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"you dedicate scores of pages to the quality of light and shade"
Repersentive of light is constant.
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"I wish she'd get on with it"
Clarrisa reference
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"He wanted all to lie in an ecstasy of peace;I wanted all and dance in a glorious jubilee."
The pro's rhythems of Cathy's description almost cry out to be sung.
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Linton:'morning', 'middle of the moors' 'bees humming dreamily among the bloom'
Convey's exactly desired impression of lazy drowsiness. 'M' sounds desires impression of lazy drowsiness. Contrats to Cathy descriping becomesa brisker and full of movement.
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Briony: "...because I love you", Robbie: "I'd risk my life for you but that doesn't mean I love you".
Briony unrequited love.
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"They wrecked your life they wrecked mine".
Family divison
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"I've fought through my bitter life since I last heard your voice"
Hathcliff's Ill-treatement.
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"They forgot everything the minuet they was together again"
Cathy and Heathcliff
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"I wish I were a girl again, hald savage and hardy, and free.. Why am I so changed?"
Cathy reflecting on her passion and youth.
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" A deep voice and a foreign tone' "You are heathcliff!But altered!"
Heathcliff's Return. Edgar's and Nelly's approach.
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"Wash it and give it clean things"
Nelly reference to Heathcliff 'it'.
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"my pinches moved him to only draw a breath"
Nelly poor conduct to Heathcliff.
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"Finally she was able to reveal that he was the incarnation of evil"
Gothic Romantce
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Card 2

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"It was cheap.Everyone was guilty, and no one"

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Robbie summaries the novel. 'Atonement' - the issue of who creates the context of guilt, how do we share this guilt and how do we atone it?

Card 3

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"There was only one inevitable end, and there was nothing they could do but go towards it"

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Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

"What is it to you" he growled. "You have no right to object,I am not your husband you: You need'nt be jealous of me"

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Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

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"Greatest woman of the neighbourhood"

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