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Comparison of Setting between Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre In two literary works Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte and Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte setting plays an important role Setting can be described as the lta hrefhttpwwwntsearchcomsearchphpqtimev56gttimeltagt and place in which an event occurs It helps the reader to understand the story and where the character is coming from Both the authors associate setting to the characters in the story In Wuthering Heights the setting represents the nature or characteristics of the characters while in Jane Eyre the setting has a function to show the characters development throughout the story Throughout the novel Wuthering Heights Emily Bronte effectively uses lta hrefhttpwwwntsearchcomsearchphpqweatherv56gtweatherltagt and setting to give the reader the inside of the lta hrefhttpwwwntsearchcomsearchphpqpersonalv56gtpersonalltagt feeling of the characters The setting used throughout the novel helps to set the mood to describe the characters There are two main settings in Wuthering Heights the lta hrefhttpwwwntsearchcomsearchphpqhousesv56gthousesltagt of Wuthering Heights and Thrushcross Grange Each house represents its inhabitants The wild uncivilized manner of Wuthering Heights and the high cultured civilized nature of Thrushcross Grange are reflected in the characters who inhabit them Wuthering Heights is a lta hrefhttpwwwntsearchcomsearchphpqhousev56gthouseltagt set high upon a hill where is exposed to extreme lta hrefhttpwwwntsearchcomsearchphpqweatherv56gtweatherltagt conditions The name of the place itself is symbolic of its nature Wuthering being a significant provincial adjective descriptive of the atmospheric tumult to which its station is exposed in stormy lta hrefhttpwwwntsearchcomsearchphpqweatherv56gtweatherltagt page 2 Heights is a bleak thick-walled farmhouse surrounded by wild windy moors The Heights is strong built with narrow lta hrefhttpwwwntsearchcomsearchphpqwindowsv56gtwindowsltagt and jutting cornerstones and is fortified to withstand harsh conditions page 2 The path that is nearest to the Heights is long and winding with many pits at least were filled to a level and entire ranges of mounds the refuse of the quarries blotted from the chart page 19 The description of a few stunted firs at the end
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