Humiseva Harju

Topics: Femininity, Gender, Love Pages: 2 (626 words) Published: March 27, 2013
Vision of the past in the present, playing element:
In the book, there are many repetitive patterns, such as Heathcliff Haretonin play at the same education as non-deprived itself has experienced in her childhood. Novel "The second generation" reminds rooleiltaan and mutual proportioned very much the situation before. (Although I am speaking "lineages", so I do not mean that the second generation of the responses would be the first generation counterparts. I can see that, as well as Edgar Linton represents the mother, Cathy Catherine and Hareton Heatcliff). Playback is also shown in the name of this second generation, not to mention the personalities. In a way, Linton Heathcliff Linton is more like his mother (a softer, more sensitive), in turn, more prosaic Hareton and uncivilized as Heathcliff and Catherine's stubborn younger than her mother. Also, the second generation of love stories repeat the previous bunch of patterns (more about this in Love)

Also occur in the novel's Gothic literature tradition-rich ghosts carry with them the idea that you can get rid of the past, but it is present at all times. The dead do not agree to leave the living alone.

Love is in the first place, as well as work as a kind of pure emotional storm Heatcliff between Catherine and that deliberate, security and continuity of the detective's love between Catherine and Edgar. Social acceptability, environmental reaction? Which is better for love? Transition to deal with this, which I mentioned earlier the second generation, Cathy is in a similar situation as her mother, in her show two different ways of love. First of all, he has a love affair with Linton, which is based on the same style as the starting points of his parents' relationship. Civilized and rather distant relationship with Cathy is a stronger and more proactive than Linton, maybe you could even say that the relationship was based on the weakness of the Linton and Cathy to show care and concern.

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