Marriage of Cathy II and Hareton: property restored to rightful owner.
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2. Narrative structure Non -linear narrative structure Use of flashback Beginning in medias res Binary structure Elicits curiosity in the reader Invites comparison between the two stories Implies an active reader Emily Bront ë Bront ë Parsonage in Haworth, where the Bront ë family lived Only Connect ... New Directions
“ They may bury me twelve feet deep and throw the church down over me; but I won’t rest till you are with me… I never will! ” (Part I, Ch. XII)
“ If all else perished and he remained, I should still continue to be; and, if all else remained, and he were annihilated, the Universe would turn to a mighty stranger….Nelly, I am Heathcliff! ” (Part I, Ch. IX)
Heathcliff / Catherine relationship Emily Bront ë Only Connect ... New Directions 4. Main characters
Heathcliff and Cathy symbolise the instinctual , unconscious forces.
Contrasted with ‘ civilised ’ characters: Edgar, Lockwood, Nelly Dean.
Heathcliff / Catherine relationship Emily Bront ë Robert Brook, Heathcliff and Cathy , from the novel Wuthering Heights , 20th century, Private Collection. Only Connect ... New Directions 4. Main characters
5. The Moors as symbol Attempt to escape The Moors represent the Romantic rejection of society and the desire to transcend its rules Emily Bront ë English Moors English Moors Only Connect ... New Directions
5. The Moors as symbol Escape is impossible Cathy reconciles self & class society through her marriage to Edgar and her relationship with Heathcliff Emily Bront ë English Moors English Moors Only Connect ... New Directions