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From Wuthering Heights to Thornfield Hall

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  • 1. From Wuthering Heights to Thornfield Hall a comparison between Catherine Linton and Jane Eyre
  • 2. Introduction
    • The authoresses
    • My journey
    • The 19th Century
    • The Victorian Age
    • Comparison
    • Social reception
    • Conclusion
  • 3. The authoresses
    • Early years
    • Charlotte born in 1816
    • Emily born in 1818
    • The family
  • 4. The family tree
  • 5. The authoresses
    • Early years
    • Education at home
    • Education at schools
    • Education by herselves
  • 6. Emily Brontë
    • Psychology
    • Works
        • Wuthering Heights
        • Poems
    • Death
  • 7. Charlotte Brontë
    • Psychology
    • Works
        • Jane Eyre
        • Others
        • Poems
    • Death
  • 8. My journey
    • Brontë Parsonage Museum
    • Conclusions
  • 9. The 19th Century
    • Periods
    • 1830 – 1850 Early Victorian
    • 1850 – 1873 Mid Victorian
    • 1873 – 1901 Late Victorian
  • 10. The 19th Century
    • Industrial revolution
    • Society
    • Economy
  • 11. The 19th Century population
  • 12. The Victorian Age
    • The public changes
    • Influences
        • The Roman period
        • Romanticism
        • Gothic novels
        • New ideas in science, religion and politics.
  • 13. Comparison
    • Catherine and Jane, they are not the same
    • Love and passion
      • Catherine Earnshaw
        • Edgar Linton
        • Heathcliff
      • Jane Eyre
        • Mr. Rochester
        • Saint John Rivers
  • 14. Comparison
    • Catherine and Jane, they are not the same
    • Weaknesses
    • The society influence
  • 15. Comparison
    • Catherine and Jane’s education
    • Childhood
    • Behaviour
    • Adulthood
  • 16. Comparison
    • Authoresses influence
    • The authoresses education in:
      • Wuthering Heights
      • Jane Eyre
  • 17. Comparison
    • The characters’ ending
    • The destiny defeats Catherine.
    • Jane survives thanks to her constant struggle
    • How end their love
  • 18. Comparison
    • Their love relations conclusion
    • Catherine and Heathcliff
    • Jane and Mr. Rochester
    • Passionate and sensitive love
  • 19. The novels’ contemporany reception
    • Why they use pen-names
    • Admitting the real writers
  • 20. The novels’ contemporany reception
    • Criticism
    • “ Read Jane Eyre but burn Wuthering Heights”
    • Positive opinions
  • 21. Conclusions
    • The hypotesis
    • Personal opinion