Tess + Wuthering strong emotions

PDF essay ‘Compare the ways in which the writers of your two chosen texts present strong emotions’ comparing 'Tess of the D’Urbervilles’by Thomas Hardy with ‘Wuthering Heights’ by Emily Bronte. Essay is 2 and a half sides long, topic sentences are as follows:

‘both authors present strong emotions through pathetic fallacy’
‘extreme weather conditions used in particular to mirror strong emotions and dramatic occurences in both novels’
‘physical freedom as an escape from strong emotions is explored in both novels’
‘both authors use natural imagery to present their characters’ strong emotions’
‘both authors present the manifestation of strong emotions through physical symptoms’
‘in both novels, death is an escape from painful strong emotions and the trauma they suffer because of them’

narrative perspective discussed, extensive language analysis and constant comparison.

This essay scored highly, it lacks context however addresses sophisticated ideas and links between the books. Good for Edexcel/AQA A-Level English Literature or coursework.

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Created: May 19, 2019

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