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On the Modernity of Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights

Author XuDingPing
Tutor XiaShangLi
School Guizhou Normal
Course Foreign Linguistics and Applied Linguistics
Keywords Modernity Alienation Psychological analysis Symbolism Narrative method
Type Master's thesis
Year 2008
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Since Emily Bronte's only novel \\Although this extraordinary novel once years gathering dust, but who also can not be denied that the author of \Critics of various genres of the novel has a different interpretation. Although many commentators saw its modernity, but often from one area to talk about the performance of its modernism. The main aspects of the modernist features of \The core part of the whole paper is composed of five chapters. The first chapter briefly reviews the domestic and foreign reviews of \The second chapter is an overview of the features of the modernist novel, presented here, modernist novel feature is mainly reflected in four aspects: that distortion of human nature and the theme of alienation, symbolism, psychological analysis and narrative. The third chapter of \Emily Bronte I life suffered a lot of hardship, so she is very good at describing the theme of the novel \Special exhibit a rare insight and uninhibited; her being in the 19th century outside the mainstream novel and is committed to reveal the mysterious and profound humanity; her closeness to nature inspire her reflections of nature and human and further influenced her creation. The fourth chapter is the main part of this paper. \betrayed her self, which ultimately determines her tragedy. Similarly, Xi Sike calendar husband crazy revenge lead to his human \Second, analysis of the characters in \Xi Sike calendar childhood husband and Katherine barbaric and primitive \subconscious rather than rational control; when Catherine matures, she was trying to get rid of the \Trying to control this impulse. In contrast, Edgar is representative of correct conduct and ethics \Third, in \modern theme. Wuthering Heights and the Grange is living inside the character of a symbol; \Finally, most modern \Wuthering Heights \The fifth chapter is the conclusion. Emily Bronte, this illustrious genius has been walking in the forefront of her era, many modernist features can be found in her only novel, \

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