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    The story of Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë centres on the character of Heathcliff. In the beginning Heathcliff was a homeless orphan and throughout the novel grew as a character, gaining wealth and power. Heathcliff has numerous relationships with other characters within the novel which really give the reader an insight into his personality and what kind of person he is when dealing with different scenarios which he come across. The two main households and property’s which the novel…

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    story on why her house is so haunting and sad. Her second marriage turned out to be a huge plot against her, when he left her on her wedding day. Everything in her house was in the exactly the same as the day he left her. This is why she has raised Estella to be against men. She was so hurt and distraught. Chapter 46 The main focus on this chapter was on the play that the men attended. They were applauding Mr. Wopsel to boost his confidence but really they were just making fun of him.…

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    Defying or Fulfilling Expectations Thesis: Charles Dickens illuminates an idea about deliberately sacrificing, surrendering or forfeiting something highlights his views on defying or fulfilling expectations. Dickens shows Pip, Mrs. Belinda Pocket and Magwitch surrendering or forfeiting expectations throughout Great Expectations. Paragraph 1: Pip sacrifices his relationship with Joe to become more gentleman-like and starts treating Joe differently to fulfill society's expectations. Dickens…

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    ENGLISH COURSEWORK-4 Name of the Book:David Copperfield Research Question:- Discuss how Charles Dickens has portrayed the hardships of the protagonist and other characters in David Copperfield? “I know enough of the world now to have almost lost the capacity of being much surprised by anything” ― Charles Dickens, David Copperfield David Copperfield did face a lot of difficulties in life. His father died even before he was born,which itself is a major setback for the family. Even though his…

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    Chapter 1: Lockwood is the story’s frame narrator who is introduced to Heathcliff in the first scene. Lockwood is the tenant of Thrushcross Grange, and Heathcliff is his landlord. Heathcliff is not very friendly, and the second man he meets, Joseph, is not either. As Lockwood enters Heathcliff’s residence, Wuthering Heights, he describes the rooms and furniture. Soon after, he is attacked by Heathcliff’s dogs, but they are called off. Chapter 2: Lockwood has a difficult time accessing the…

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    Great Expectations by Charles Dickens tells the story of Pip, a common orphan boy who dreams of being a gentleman. The novel is set in Victorian England and follows Pip’s encounters with many colorful characters throughout his rise through the social classes. At the center of Pip’s story is the weather. Dickens uses it as a tool to share aspects of the story. Although he may use the weather just to explain the setting of the novel, Dickens actually utilizes it to foreshadow what will happen next…

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    being at the house Pip is introduced to a beautiful girl named Estella, who Pip falls for. Although he feels he has no chance with her due to his social class and where he comes from. Estella also goes to show him that what he believes is true, she is very rude to Pip and often teases him. Throughout the book Pip puts aside his beliefs to impress Estella. Pip is told to fight another man while at the house and does so because Estella is watching. She rewarded him with a kiss on the cheek, making…

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    - as I did!”(Page 188). This is Miss Havisham’s definition of love. Pip, an antagonist and one of the important characters, if not the main character has gone to visit Miss Havisham, the mother of Estella who Pip has fallen for. Miss Havisham tells Pip to love Estella and defines the type of love Pip should have for Estella. In this quote Charles Dickens has used various literary devices such as Parallel Structure. We see that he describes what…

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    from poor backgrounds) Estella were both fascinated…

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    visualizes the narrator as first person. It was a shallow day where Pip goes to Satis house with Pumblechook and visits this lady dressed in white, which is Miss Havisham and as he enters the house he visualizes unusual things. He starts discussing with Miss Havisham and she tells him to call Estella where Pip meets this beautiful girl named Estella and starts playing games. When he leaves he gets deeply thoughts of “that I was a common labouring-boy; that my hands were coarse;…

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