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Emily Bronte Uses the Opening Chapter of `Wuthering Heights',.

Summary: The novel involved many different themes, including the supernatural, jealousy, and the way in which people live, some of which are hinted upon in the first chapter. The novel has a complex plot although you can get some idea about what it is about by looking at the first chapter, as there are many hints.
In the first chapter of Wuthering Heights Emily makes clear a lot about how the story is going to follow by the way it is written. She created a first person narrator, in the character Lockwood, which we know would be the storyteller and an onlooker into a story not really concerning him. We know this because Emily created Lockwood to appear a rather "nosy" character, who was a bit too interested in other people's business. In the first chapter we get to learn a lot about Wuthering Heights and its occupants, but not so much about Lockwood himself, which therefore suggests the story would carry on in much the same way. Lockwood is shown to be a nosy and intrusive character, who seems quite sure of himself. We can see this by little phrases he uses such as "more exaggeratedly...

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