The Great Gatsby Essay | A Comparison of the Ways in Which Fitzgerald and Bronte Present Their Heroes. (2742 Words)

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A Comparison of the Ways in Which Fitzgerald and Bronte Present Their Heroes. (2742 Words)

Summary: In both "Wuthering Heights" and "The Great Gatsby", the authors have put the central focus for the readers on the romantic heroes of the text. The romantic heroes in the two texts are Gatsby and Heathcliff. These two characters are both very similar and very different and the following is a comparison of how each of them is presented in the novels.
A comparison of the ways in which Fitzgerald and Bronte present their heroes. (2742 words)

In both "Wuthering Heights" and "The Great Gatsby", the authors have put the central focus for the readers on the romantic heroes of the text. The romantic heroes in the two texts are Gatsby and Heathcliff. These two characters are both very similar and very different and the following is a comparison of how each of them is presented in the novels.

One thing which both Gatsby and Heathcliff have in common is that they both have a mysterious past, which the readers know very little about. In Heathcliff's case, we are aware that he was an orphan living on the streets of Liverpool when he was adopted by Mr Earnshaw. Coming from such a humble and deprived background Heathcliff was not...

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