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TITLE: Wuthering Heights 

AUTHOR: Emile Bronte 

GENRE: Prose

CATEGORY: Gothic

ABOUT: A triagulating story of two neighbouring family while battling the odds of life and relationship.

CHARACTERS: Catherine Earnshaw, Edgar Linton, Heathcliff, Linton Heathcliff, Hindley Earnshaw, etc.

SETTINGS: Wuthering Heights, Thrushcross Grange, London, etc.

NARRATIVE TECHNIQUES: Third Person Objective

FLOW: Anti-climactic

THEMES: Love, Parental Control, Suffering, Revenge, Class Difference, Inequality, etc

LITERARY TERMS: Repetition, Imagery, Vernacular, etc.

DICTION: Simple

TONE AND MOOD: tone of aggressiveness and mood of pity

SIMILAR PROSE: The Castle of Otranto by Horace Walpole 

INTRODUCTION

Wuthering Heights by Emile Bronte is a gothic prose. The prose is about a triagulating story of two neighbouring family (the Earnshaw family owning Wuthering Heights and the Linton family owning Thrushcross Grange) while battling the odds of life and relationship.

The trouble started after Mr Earnshaw brought a little adopted boy named Heathcliff into his happy, peaceful family.


SIMILAR PROSE
Prose similar in nature is The Castle of Otranto by Horace Walpole. A narrative about a Lord Manfred who tried but to no avail to avert the prophecy that the castle and the lordship of Otranto should pass from present family to the rightful owner.


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