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Title: Wuthering Heights


1
Wuthering Heights
  • Coursework Essay

2
Section 1
  • Explain who wrote the novel
  • Explain when it was written
  • Explain when it is set
  • Explain very briefly (2-3 sentences) what the
    novel is about
  • When you have done this, look back through the
    paragraph. Check that
  • You have covered each of the bullet points
  • Each sentence makes sense
  • Ideas are linked correctly, so that the paragraph
    does not sound stilted
  • You have chosen your words carefully so that they
    say just what you want them to say.

3
Section 2
  • Explain who the main narrator in the novel is
  • Explain what she thought of Heathcliff (look at
    Chapter 4)
  • Explain who narrates most of Chapter 6
  • Explain what this allows the reader to do
  • When you have done this, look back through the
    paragraph. Check that
  • You have covered each of the bullet points
  • Each sentence makes sense
  • Ideas are linked correctly, so that the paragraph
    does not sound stilted
  • You have chosen your words carefully so that they
    say just what you want them to say.

4
Section 3
  • Explain why Catherine and Heathcliff visit
    Thrushcross Grange
  • Describe what they do once they get there
  • Explain what the window that they look through
    symbolises
  • When you have done this, look back through the
    paragraph. Check that
  • You have covered each of the bullet points
  • Each sentence makes sense
  • Ideas are linked correctly, so that the paragraph
    does not sound stilted
  • You have chosen your words carefully so that they
    say just what you want them to say.

5
Section 4
  • Describe what Cathy and Heathcliff see when they
    look through the window. (Write about the room.)
  • Explain how Thrushcross Grange compares to
    Wuthering Heights.
  • Explain how Heathcliff responds to what he sees.
  • Explain what this reveals about Heathcliff.
  • When you have done this, look back through the
    paragraph. Check that
  • You have covered each of the bullet points
  • Each sentence makes sense
  • Ideas are linked correctly, so that the paragraph
    does not sound stilted
  • You have chosen your words carefully so that they
    say just what you want them to say
  • You have remembered to follow the PEE pattern.

6
Section 5
  • Explain how Brontë presents Edgar and Isabella
    Linton
  • Explain whether you think the reader is supposed
    to sympathise with these characters or condemn
    their behaviour
  • Explain what Brontë is trying to say about
    wealthy people at this time
  • Explain how the image of two people fighting over
    something they both want recurs (crops up again)
    later in the novel.
  • When you have done this, look back through the
    paragraph. Check that
  • You have covered each of the bullet points
  • Each sentence makes sense
  • Ideas are linked correctly, so that the paragraph
    does not sound stilted
  • You have chosen your words carefully so that they
    say just what you want them to say
  • You have remembered to follow the PEE pattern.

7
Section 6
  • Describe how Heathcliff is treated by the Lintons
    and their servants
  • Compare this with the way that they treat Cathy
  • Explain what this reveals about society at that
    time
  • Explain how Hindley has contributed to
    Heathcliffs low social position
  • Explain what evidence there is in this chapter
    that Heathcliff longs to gain revenge on Hindley.
  • When you have done this, look back through the
    paragraph. Check that
  • You have covered each of the bullet points
  • Each sentence makes sense
  • Ideas are linked correctly, so that the paragraph
    does not sound stilted
  • You have chosen your words carefully so that they
    say just what you want them to say
  • You have remembered to follow the PEE pattern.

8
Section 7
  • Describe the way in which Cathy is portrayed in
    this chapter
  • Describe how she responds to her new surroundings
  • Explain the symbolic significance of the window
    at this point in the chapter
  • Explain what we learn about Heathcliffs feelings
    for Catherine
  • When you have done this, look back through the
    paragraph. Check that
  • You have covered each of the bullet points
  • Each sentence makes sense
  • Ideas are linked correctly, so that the paragraph
    does not sound stilted
  • You have chosen your words carefully so that they
    say just what you want them to say
  • You have remembered to follow the PEE pattern.

9
Section 8
  • Describe how Catherine is different after her
    stay at the Grange
  • Describe her first meeting with Heathcliff when
    she returns and explain how Brontë highlights the
    differences between the two of them
  • Describe Hindleys contribution to this meeting
  • Describe how Heathcliff is made to feel after she
    returns and how this makes the reader feel about
    him
  • When you have done this, look back through the
    paragraph. Check that
  • You have covered each of the bullet points
  • Each sentence makes sense
  • Ideas are linked correctly, so that the paragraph
    does not sound stilted
  • You have chosen your words carefully so that they
    say just what you want them to say
  • You have remembered to follow the PEE pattern.

10
Section 9
  • Explain how Cathys attitude towards him affects
    Heathcliffs thoughts and behaviour
  • Explain how her stay at the Grange influences
    Cathys decision to marry Edgar. (Look closely at
    her conversation with Nelly for this.)
  • When you have done this, look back through the
    paragraph. Check that
  • You have covered each of the bullet points
  • Each sentence makes sense
  • Ideas are linked correctly, so that the paragraph
    does not sound stilted
  • You have chosen your words carefully so that they
    say just what you want them to say
  • You have remembered to follow the PEE pattern.

11
Section 10
  • Sum up the significance of this episode (and
    Thrushcross Grange itself) to the novel as a
    whole.
  • Compare what Thrushcross Grange represents with
    what Wuthering Heights represents some of the
    early notes that you made will help you with
    this.
  • Explain how the visit to the Grange contributes
    to the tragedy that engulfs (surrounds) the
    leading characters.
  • When you have done this, look back through the
    paragraph. Check that
  • You have covered each of the bullet points
  • Each sentence makes sense
  • Ideas are linked correctly, so that the paragraph
    does not sound stilted
  • You have chosen your words carefully so that they
    say just what you want them to say
  • You have remembered to follow the PEE pattern.
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