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Imagery and Symbolism in Wuthering Heights

Summary: An examination of Emily Bronte's use of imagery and symbolism in her novel Wuthering Heights. This approach helps the reader to see the many contrasts between the Earnshaws and the Lintons.
A big contrast between the Lintons and the Earnshaws are the houses Thrushcross Grange and Wuthering Heights.

Wuthering Heights seems like an `evil' and `wicked' place when described in the book. At the beginning of the book Lockwood on entering Wuthering Heights says `the black frost and air made me shiver through every limb' this already so early in the book shows the coldness and wiriness of the place. Wuthering heights it also described as very `dark' so dark in fact that Lockwood says `it was so dark that I could not see the means of exit' I think that this darkness is a very good indication of what the Earnshaws have become; they have become very hard and uncaring people that I think could be described as `dark'. Wuthering Heights is known to have very `small' windows this suggests that the Earnshaws don't...

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