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Reality as a Basis for Fiction

Summary: Emily Brontë's own life influenced the novel "Wuthering Heights."
The following story is fiction. Any resemblance to real persons, places, or events is purely coincidental. Or is it? Emily Brontë uses the characters and the setting of Wuthering Heights to illustrate her opinion of people she knew and the place she grew up. Without her personal experiences, the novel would not have been the same. The secluded house on the moors where the book takes place is similar to the secluded house on the moors where the Brontës lived. The characters in the novel also represent a few of her family members through their personalities and actions.

Emily Brontë was born on the Yorkshire moors in Thornton, England. When she was two years old, the family moved to Haworth, still in the Yorkshire moors. As Emily grew up, she enjoyed walking on the moors, and along with her two sisters, Anne and...

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