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Villette, 46, 89, 100, 105, 140-161. 
  —­ Lucy Snowe in, 71, 79, 89. 
  —­ M. Paul in. See Emanuel
   Paul.
  —­ dialogue in, 149.
  —­ germ of the real in, 145,
   158.
  —­ reality of, 144, 145, 146,
   147, 148, 158, 159, 163.
  —­ realism of, 163, 164.
  —­ style in, 160, 161.
  —­ and The Professor compared,
   98, 99, 111, 112.
  —­ and Jane Eyre compared,
   105, 144, 159.
  —­ and Shirley compared, 111,
   141, 148, 159.
  —­ quoted, 149-153, 154, 155,
   157.

Ward, Mrs. Humphry, 14, 196. 
Williams, Mr. W.S., 40.
  —­ —­ Charlotte Bronte’s
   letter to, 78. 
Wilson, Rev. Carus, 24, 25.
Wisdom and Destiny quoted, 170,
   213. 
Woman, 69, 70, 117, 118, 132,
   133, 140, 142, 143. 
Woman, mid-Victorian, 71, 118,
   132.
  —­ modern, 133. 
Woman’s place in the world, 78,
   142. 
Women, Charlotte Bronte’s, 69,
   70, 132, 133. 
Wooler, Miss, 26, 27, 35, 98. 
Wordsworth, letters to, 99.
Wuthering Heights, 16, 17, 21, 39,
   40, 46, 105, 127, 128, 130, 131,
   139, 172, 173, 208-234.
  —­ —­ criticism of, 209-233.
  —­ —­ dialogue in, 218, 219,
   220-221, 223, 224.
  —­ —­ mysticism in, 173.
  —­ —­ paganism in, 209,
   211, 214, 222.
  —­ —­ passion in, 210, 211,
   212, 213, 218, 221, 222, 224,
   228, 231.
  —­ —­ realism in, 221, 224,
   228.
  —­ —­ style in, 228, 230.
  —­ —­ the supernatural in,
   17, 196-209, 216.
  —­ —­ sources of, 232, 233,
   234.

Zamorna.
  —­ See Heathcliff.
  —­ See “Gondal Poems”.

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