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Lesson 2 Heathcliff

Lesson 2 Heathcliff

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Wuthering Heights Heathcliff
Wuthering Heights Heathcliff

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WUTHERING HEIGHTSWUTHERING HEIGHTS
HEATHCLIFF
Names play an important role inWuthering Heights. Early in thenovel, for example, the lovestory is foreshadowed in thenames scratched onto thewindow sill. The circle is markedout as Catherine Earnshaw whomarries and becomes CatherineLinton, who marries andbecomes Catherine Heathcliff ,who marries to becomeCatherine Earnshaw.
 
Write 'Heathcliff' on an A4 sheet. Write all theassociations you have for each part of the name.(heath - cliff). Do the same for Lockwood.Do names influence our perception of character?
 
WUTHERING HEIGHTSWUTHERING HEIGHTS
HEATHCLIFF
my landlord (Lockwood)‘fierce, pitiless, wolfish man’ (Catherine [1],‘you vagabond!’ (Hindley)dark-skinned gypsy (Lockwood)‘an unreclaimed creature, without refinement –without cultivation; an arid wilderness of furzeandwhinstone’ (Catherine [1])‘brute of a lad’ (Hindley)A capital fellow! (Lockwood)‘Frightful thing!’ (Isabella)‘that foolish boy’ (Nelly)Mrs Earnshaw was ... asking how he couldfashion to bring that gipsy brat into the house.(Nelly)
black villain (Nelly)‘You may come and wishMiss Catherine welcome,like the other servants’(Hindley)‘Your worthless friend!’(Nelly to Catherine [1])‘Heathcliff ... being of thelower orders’ (Catherine [1])‘imp of Satan’ (Earnshaw,[Earnshaw told] a tale of hisseeing it starving (Nelly)‘Judas! Traitor!’ (Nelly)‘wickedman’ (Catherine [2] quoting herfather Edgar Linton)‘Mr Heathcliff ! master!’ (Nelly)‘wicked man’ (Catherine [2] quoting herfatherEdgar Linton)‘Mr Heathcliff ! master!’ (Nelly)
 
WUTHERING HEIGHTSWUTHERING HEIGHTS
HEATHCLIFF
‘the scoundrel’ (Nelly)‘the fiend’ (Isabella quoting Hindley in heraccount to Nelly)‘hellish villain!’ (Hindley recounted byIsabella)‘brute beast!’ (Isabella)‘that wretch’ (Edgar)‘ungrateful brute’ (Catherine [1])Heathcliff was the mortgagee (Nelly)‘low ruffian’ (Edgar)‘He’s a lying fiend, a monster, and not ahumanbeing’ (Isabella)‘a hero of romance’ (Heathcliff ’sversion of Isabella’s perception of him)‘Papa’ (Linton)‘uncle’ (Catherine [2])‘that devil Heathcliff ’ (A servant)goblin (Nelly)a ghoul, or a vampire? (Nelly)‘my Heathcliff (Catherine [1])‘Poor wretch!’ (Nelly)‘father’ (Linton)

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