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  1. Repetition is an element that is used to great effect in the novel. In what ways does Bronte repeat ideas and characters in Wuthering Heights?
  2. Every character in Wuthering Heights is capable of drawing on the reader’s sympathies. Describe how this is so.
  3. How does the landscape reflect the character and tensions of the lives at Wuthering Heights and Thrushcross Grange?
  4. Heathcliff’s character may be said to be abominable, and his death does not come without a sigh of relief. Still, he does evoke a sense of pity and fear. Might it be said that Heathcliff’s tale is tragic in the classical sense?
  5. How does the Romantic/Enlightenment doctrine figure into the novel’s thematic structure?
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