Wuthering Heights
Emily Brontë

by

Sharon Fleming

Overview
Author
Emily Brontë
Year Published
1847
Type
Romance
Genre
Novel
Perspective and Narrator
Wuthering Heights brings the reader through a third-person point of view through the use of an accompanying narrator. Themes of good and evil, love and obsession are expounded through the use of the third person narrator.
Tense
Past
About the Title
The title of the novel, Wuthering Heights is the name of Yorkshire estate where the novel actions take place. Wuthering means violent, turbulent weather usually created by strong winds. Wuthering Heights metaphorically represent wind and twists that the different characters experience as they try to maintain wealth, family estates and their privileges. Wuthering may also imply lack of stability, uncertainty.
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