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Love Conquers All Throughout the years authors have written many great stories Wuthering Heights written by Emily Bronte and Great Expectations by Charles Dickens are two examples of great stories Both of these stories can be set off and paralleled to the other The setting time era and lovers relationships are the elements of comparison and differentiation The settings in which the two stories take place influence the people and the situations that occur In Brontes Wuthering Heights the small town of Liverpool is the setting The Earnshaw family is not as well off as the Lintons This is compared to the small town off the ocean where Pip and Estella live Pips family is rather poor and Estella lives in a large house with a wealthy aunt The lives of the lovers in both stories revolved around the other partners life Estella moves away to Paris but then meets Pip again in New York He again pursues her and she marries another man Catherine loves her adopted brother but marries Edgar instead The two meet again at her house and Edgar gets angry because he senses the love between the two The different settings of the lovers first acquaintance is the contrasting element Pip meets Estella on a warm summer day while playing in the garden Summer is a time of happiness which drew Estella to grow fond of Pip Summer is also a time of romance which flourishes in the end Heathcliff meets Catherine on a cold winter night after her family takes him in Winter is a time of grief and gloominess and therefore Catherine does not care for Heathcliff at first Winter is also a time of death because the leaves die and most animals are hibernating This parallels with the outcome of Catherine and Heathcliffs relationship she dies The time era of the lovers plays a role on the outcome of the stories Wuthering Heights in a Victorian
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