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Throughout the book Emily Brnte has used subtle words that has a hidden meaning This makes the book more interesting but at the same time more difficult to read This way gives very precise description to the readers which also helps to imagine and feel the same feelings that Emily Brnte is trying to show us In this essay I am going to explain five different sentences What vain weather-cocks we are at the beginning of chapter 4 is a perfect example of how selective she is when it comes to choosing a word to describe something In this case what she is trying the audience that we go with what the group says or thinks In other words we are drawn by what the majority of people around us do or think Sometimes we are so arrogant that we felt to notice our own weaknesses What seems to be a determined attitude results in an unexpected outcome Emily Brnte is critical of this attitude because vanity prevents us from knowing our inner selves Hes not a rough diamond - a pearl-containing oyster of a rustic hes a fierce pitiless wolfish man Appearances and stereotypes can be misleading People are not always what they seem to be or do not respond to standardized images Heathcliff is an example of this miscomseption His severe manner does not hide any emotions but rather shelter an evil personality Catherine is Brntes voice and Catherine views Heathcliff as a deceitful person The Jonah in my mind was Mr Earnshaw and I shook the handle of his den that I might ascertain if he were yet living In this case Nelly was speaking In the Bible Jonah was a man who disobeyed God As a result he was punished and everywhere he go he brought bad luck with him Although this was what Nelly said it was Emilys Brnte who wrote this Mr Earnshaw is Jonah because
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