Wuthering Heights & Jane Eyre

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  • Title: Wuthering Heights & Jane Eyre
  • Author: Charlotte Brontë Emily Brontë
  • ISBN: 9780681270701
  • Page: 363
  • Format: Hardcover

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Wuthering Heights & Jane Eyre

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  1. Charlotte Bront was a British novelist, the eldest out of the three famous Bront sisters whose novels have become standards of English literature See also Emily Bront and Anne Bront.Charlotte Bront was born in Thornton, Yorkshire, England, the third of six children, to Patrick Bront formerly Patrick Brunty , an Irish Anglican clergyman, and his wife, Maria Branwell In April 1820 the family moved a few miles to Haworth, a remote town on the Yorkshire moors, where Patrick had been appointed Perpetual Curate This is where the Bront children would spend most of their lives Maria Branwell Bront died from what was thought to be cancer on 15 September 1821, leaving five daughters and a son to the care of her spinster sister Elizabeth Branwell, who moved to Yorkshire to help the family.In August 1824 Charlotte, along with her sisters Emily, Maria, and Elizabeth, was sent to the Clergy Daughters School at Cowan Bridge in Lancashire, a new school for the daughters of poor clergyman which she would describe as Lowood School in Jane Eyre The school was a horrific experience for the girls and conditions were appalling They were regularly deprived of food, beaten by teachers and humiliated for the slightest error The school was unheated and the pupils slept two to a bed for warmth Seven pupils died in a typhus epidemic that swept the school and all four of the Bront girls became very ill Maria and Elizabeth dying of tuberculosis in 1825 Her experiences at the school deeply affected Bront her health never recovered and she immortalised the cruel and brutal treatment in her novel, Jane Eyre Following the tragedy, their father withdrew his daughters from the school.At home in Haworth Parsonage, Charlotte and the other surviving children Branwell, Emily, and Anne continued their ad hoc education In 1826 her father returned home with a box of toy soldiers for Branwell They would prove the catalyst for the sisters extraordinary creative development as they immediately set to creating lives and characters for the soldiers, inventing a world for them which the siblings called Angria The siblings became addicted to writing, creating stories, poetry and plays Bront later said that the reason for this burst of creativity was that We were wholly dependent on ourselves and each other, on books and study, for the enjoyments and occupations of life The highest stimulus, as well as the liveliest pleasure we had known from childhood upwards, lay in attempts at literary composition After her father began to suffer from a lung disorder, Charlotte was again sent to school to complete her education at Roe Head school in Mirfield from 1831 to 1832, where she met her lifelong friends and correspondents, Ellen Nussey and Mary Taylor During this period 1833 , she wrote her novella The Green Dwarf under the name of Wellesley The school was extremely small with only ten pupils meaning the top floor was completely unused and believed to be supposedly haunted by the ghost of a young lady dressed in silk This story fascinated Bront and inspired the figure of Mrs Rochester in Jane Eyre.Bront left the school after a few years, however she swiftly returned in 1835 to take up a position as a teacher, and used her wages to pay for Emily and Anne to be taught at the school However, teaching did not appeal to Bront and in 1838 she left Roe Head to become a governess to the Sidgewick family this was partly from a sense of adventure and a desire to see the world, and partly from financial necessity Charlotte became pregnant soon after her wedding, but her health declined rapidly and, according to Gaskell, she was attacked by sensations of perpetual nausea and ever recurring faintness She died, with her unborn child, on 31 March 1855, aged 38

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  1. Jane Eyre is often forced on schoolchildren before they re ready to enjoy it It s such a shame if that turns them off the Brontes the novels are a joy, full of passion, elements of the Gothic and strong characterisation.

  2. This will always be one of my favorite books I read it every few years and never tire of it It s a masterpiece of storytelling, characterization, and beautiful writing The narrator, Jane, is such a believable character, and I always relate to her.The highlights for me Bronte s portrayal of Jane as a child while she is downtrodden at Gateshead Hall How much I wished to reply fully to this question How difficult it was to frame any answer Children can feel, but they cannot analyse their feelings a [...]

  3. I found Wuthering Heights to be a dismal story I felt sorry for all the characters in the story who had to meet Heathcliff, knowing that something tragic would happen to them when he got them under his thumb At first I also felt sorry for Heathcliff, but later ended up despising him I guess that is why the book it is such a classic The storytelling is wonderful and I didn t want to stop reading until something good happened, which took a while The ending was the one redeeming part of the story i [...]

  4. I am only halfway through Wuthering Heights, but I already have so much to say that I have to come and write down all my thoughts before I forget them.Wuthering Heights by Emily BronteThere are some things I like about this book, and there are some things that I really hate about this book The following are simply a few of my thoughts I ll admit, when I started reading, I didn t have a clue what was going on, or who the narrator was Last night, I ended up re reading the first 50 pages of the boo [...]

  5. Jane Eyre is about a woman in the eighteenth century who falls in love with her employer and she has struggles when trying to show them to him The main characters in this novel are Jane Eyre, Mr Rochester and Helen Burns When Jane realizes her feelings for Mr Rochester she becomes confused in what she wants in life I am no bird and no net ensnares me I am a free human being with an independent will Bronte 53 The theme in this book is mostly love For example, Jane and Mr Rochester are the main ch [...]

  6. An den Schreibstil musste ich mich erst gew hnen Es dauerte etwas bis ichs durch hatte, stellenweise sehr langatmig Dennoch haben mir die beiden Geschichten gefallen jene vob jane eyre etwas besser, Sturmh he hat mir doch zu viele Intrigen und boshafte Menschen Hab mir dann auch gleich die Verfilmung angeschaut

  7. Feminism and Fairy Tales in Wuthering HeightsFW this was written over one year ago I am always a big fan of Emily Bronte.Since many scholarly evaluations tend to see Heathcliff as another ego of Catherine, the heroine in Emily Bronte s novel Wuthering Heights, providing myriads of evidence of Catherine s narcissism, for example, her overly quoted comment about the relationship between Heathcliff and Catherine, the identification of Heathcliff has been deemed as another Catherine or an ideal Cath [...]

  8. Wuthering Heights is a bit of a slow story, but I love fantasy of it as well as the tormented romance between Cathy and Heathcliff I was young when I read this, but I ve reread it as an adult and still find it enjoyable Jane Eyre was a story I read when I was young as well, but I enjoyed it then and I ve read it as an adult and still enjoy it I think Jane was representation of independence, strength and boldness for the time However, these are timeless qualities I still admire in women today.

  9. Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte Famous gothic storyI have been meeting with Jane Eyre a few times Last time I remember it was so much fun It is not the book, but the reader, since this afternoon I have enjoyed Jane Eyre.I have listened to yet another adaptation for the Romanian National Radio, with Victor Rebengiuc, the greatest actor alive in the lead male role.For much of the novel, Jane Eyre is poor and has to take orders in the position of a servant, but she is also a kind of Cinderella noble, [...]

  10. When we first decided to read Jane Eyre, only a few members were excited about the read with most feeling apprehensive about it However, the majority of the group found the story easy to read once they got used to the old English and the vernacular and at times the authors overly descriptive writing We noticed quite a bit of people have a love hate relationship with Jane Eyre they are also confused how two sisters Charlotte Bronte wrote Jane Eyre, Emily Bronte wrote Wuthering Heights can write a [...]

  11. Jane Eyre About a young girl with many misfortunes but a spirit of steel, who does not give up either hope or rectitude under the direst of circumstances, and grows up to be one of the most beloved heroines of English literatureWuthering Heights For many this epitomises a love story, as love really is One may decide to be prudent, to marry well and suitably, but when your heart is given it will not follow the diktats of mind and society, however much one reigns it in Short of raising consciousne [...]

  12. Actually, I only read Wuthering Heights this time, having just finished Romancing Miss Bront , and wanting to find out about the Bronte family.It s pretty easy to see why Wuthering Heights was not as well received as Emily s sisters books It s as unrelenting and bleak as the howling wind across the moors I give it four stars not because I liked it, exactly there s nobody in it to really like, except maybe Hareton Earnshaw But there is artistic brilliance here, especially in the way Bronte chang [...]

  13. Baca kedua novel ini pas SMA, setelah selesai baca Twilight hahaha Menurut gue kisah love triangle antara Bella and the boys can t be compared sama Wuthering Heights, Heathcliff mirip Edward Nope Gue rasa Edward cuma ngambil kulit luarnya Heathcliff aja, but not his darkest part of soul Wuthering Heghts sebenernya bukan novel favorit gue dari Bronte Sisters, tapi memang ia punya its own uniqueness yg ga ada di novel2nya Charlotte atau Anne Bronte.Jane Eyre, lain cerita lagi, yg membuat gue suka [...]

  14. It s been a long time since I ve read Wuthering Heights.Contrary to the popular opinion of my class and most everyone who reads Wuthering Heights, I actually liked and enjoyed reading it For whatever reason, I actually understood the concept of an isolated space separate from the passage of outside time containing within itself complex and often irritating social interactions between significantly self absorbed characters Its tragedy I empathized, its frustrations I pitied, its questions I quizz [...]

  15. I had to read both these books for my AP English class I d heard about Wuthering heights and had always wanted to read it, but when I began reading it, I was dying with dread All the characters overreacted for simple situations and the book s tone was so dreadful I d give it.5 of a star.Jane Eyre on the other hand, I actually enjoyed Jane seemed like a real person The books downfall is how informative it is It was like you were reading a good story then was brought into a lecture I d give it 3 s [...]

  16. I ve read both of these stories by the Bronte sisters, but not in this specific edition I read Wuthering Heights in H.S It was one of the interesting books we had to read.Jane Eyre is my favorite book I read it when I was probably 13 or 14 years old I could identify with Jane on some level and it s probably the first book that brought me to tears I enjoyed the love story between her and Mr Rochester, though I think it sucks that he s blind in the end I ve reread this book quite a few times I ma [...]

  17. I thought I would like Heathcliff s character because of his longing to be with Catherine, but the I read, the I found him to be an obsessed, vengeful brute I may have been sympathetic to his difficult childhood but his taste for revenge and his ill treatment towards others like Isabella makes him become just as horrible in my eyes as Hindley was to me in the beginning of the book I have not finished the book yet.

  18. At first I thought the people in this book are too wicked to be real, but after reading a little longer, I realised that the characters are completely natural though still a bit extreme I like the book because it contains many lessons, and reading it feels like lighting a fire in a cold day at first it was cold and dark, but at the end it feels warm and bright Also because it can give an open mind about people, and makes you think twice about judging others by their characters.

  19. Loved them both I ve read Jane Eyre a few times the movies never seem to do the book justice and I firmly believe every 16 year old girl should read this book the life lessons are invaluable.Wuthering Heights is an absolute favorite I couldn t put it down except when I was so enraged by the antics of Heathcliff I crumpled up the book and chucked it across the room A must read for every hot blooded bibliophile

  20. This was a gift to me from my grandmother Bachmann, and one that I will treasure forever Can t imagine reading these books in any other edition The woodcuts by Eichenberg capture the mood of the stories brilliantly I like HEIGHTS significantly better than EYRE, but have to wonder what the Bronte s father was like All three sisters seem to have exactly the same taste in men the haunted, sullen, brooding, self absorbed type take away their names and you can t tell em apart

  21. While I loved the narrative of the maid in Wuthering Heights, I didn t care for the story at all The one value I see is that is shows the consequence of revenge Though I have to say even that is done poignantly in The Count of Monte Cristo On the other hand, I absolutely loved Jane Eyre It seemed you never knew what turn the story line was going to take next Jane s integrity to her moral values is inspiring This is definitely a book to read again and again A true classic.

  22. Wow what a dark dark mean streak I have no sympathy for Heathcliffe, thats s for sure I always wondered about the father who named Heathcliffe and brought him home He favored his adopted son over his own son Why I m sure I could re read the book to pick up on why he favored this outcast savage child over his blood, first born son

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