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Essay | Comparison of Heroines in Wuthering Hieghts and the Great Gatsby

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Comparison of Heroines in Wuthering Hieghts and the Great Gatsby

Summary: comparison of heroines in wuthering hieghts and the great gatsby
Comparison of the presentation of the heroines in F. Scott Fitzgerald's

`TheGreat Gatsby' and Emily Bronte's `Wuthering Heights'

Introduction to `The Great Gatsby'

F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote `The Great Gatsby'. He presents us with many characters, one of which is quite complex, Daisy Buchanan. She is stuck in a love triangle, with the affairs brings tension and envy to an unexpected ending to the novel

Introduction to `Wuthering Heights'

Emily Bronte wrote `Wuthering Heights'. It tells a story of a young woman's love for two men, Heathcliff and Edgar Linton. Through their love of such truth, imagination and emotional intensity leads us to the heroine's tragedy.

How the heroines are first introduced

Nick's (the narrator) `second cousin once removed' this shows that Nick's has a closely-knit family so Daisy is seen as a distant relative. Nick tells us that he...

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