Here on Earth - Part 1: Chapters 1-2 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1: Chapters 1-2 Summary

Here on Earth is a novel that has many of the same themes as Wuthering Heights, including a character not unlike Heathcliff. It is a novel that is almost literary at heart, filled with themes the reader is not likely to quickly forget.

In chapter 1, March Murray arrives in Jenkintown with her fifteen year old daughter, Gwen, late in the evening. They attempt to make it to March's childhood home down a back road, avoiding the main highway that not only has a homicidal curve that killed March's parents-in-law, but also runs in front of her husband's childhood home that is now owned by March's childhood lover. Unfortunately, the road is muddy and marked with potholes, causing March's rental car to become stuck. March and Gwen walk to Fox Hill where the Murray home sits. As March walks up...

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