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This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Wuthering Heights & Jane Eyre.
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Wuthering Heights & Jane Eyre

Summary: Compares the novels, Wuthering Heights & Jane Eyre. Examines characterization, archetypes, and setting. Defines romanticism and describes how it is used in the novels.
Love, beauty, nature, emotion, all of these elements are considered essential in a romantic novel, and the Bronte sisters use them all. Romantic thinkers tend to believe in the power and splendor of nature, and the power of love to conqueror. The Bronte sister's romantic beliefs are displayed in their novels through the use of archetypes, setting, and characterization.

Romanticism, and Romantic thinkers, became popular during the mid 1800's in Europe, through the works by artists, writers and philosophers. Romantic thinkers generally believe "in the beauties of nature" and "exaltation of emotion over reason" (Encyclopedia). By using this writing style the authors in the time period were able to write pieces of literature that were different than the normal rational line of thought pieces being produced. Two romantic authors are the Bronte sisters, Emily and Charlotte, who are illustrious for their novels Jane Eyre and Wuthering...

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