“Social Class” in Jane Eyre vs. Wuthering Heights

In the 18th and 19th centuries, class mobility was not tolerated and not a common thing. However, in both books, we see classes constantly changing as the external factors do too. Heathcliff started as an orphan who was lower than the lowest class. His arrival raised his class but then Hindley making him a servant… Continue reading “Social Class” in Jane Eyre vs. Wuthering Heights


“Family” in Jane Eyre vs. Wuthering Heights

male-dominant society shows how the relationships work Men are the head of the house Men abuse women because women are seen inferior to them Women only help raise children or host dinner parties for social status Dysfunctional families  In Jane Eyre, Jane is in a constant search of being loved and she believes the love she… Continue reading “Family” in Jane Eyre vs. Wuthering Heights

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First Meeting with My Supervisor

After the first meeting with my supervisor, we made some last changes in my research question, so my final question is: To what extent do the themes differ from each other  in two siblings’ novels, Charlotte and Emily Bronte, in Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights? After the meeting, I was also informed about several things: ESSAY OUTLINE is very important… Continue reading First Meeting with My Supervisor