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- 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?
- Every character in Wuthering Heights is capable of drawing on the reader’s sympathies. Describe how this is so.
- How does the landscape reflect the character and tensions of the lives at Wuthering Heights and Thrushcross Grange?
- 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?
- How does the Romantic/Enlightenment doctrine figure into the novel’s thematic structure?