Sense and Sensibility vs. Wuthering Heights Sense and Sensibility vs. Wuthering Heights Two books, written in the same time period, had never appeared more different than these.
Love can make you very delighted but it can also make you do crazy things. It is almost like it takes control of your emotions and makes you irrational.
This does not just go for adults, but children too. A child is just as capable of being in love. The novels Wuthering Heights and Sense and Sensibility proves the powerful influence love can have on the different personalities of the children.
Wuthering Heights is a novel written by Emily Bronte.
Bronte writes about two usually stable families and an intruder that stirs up their lives. Hindley and Catherine Earnshaw and their parents were, seemingly, a felicitous unit. Earnshaw brings home a tan young boy he found wandering the streets.
Earnshaw names him Heathcliff and begins to raise him like his own son. This causes tension in the family.
Earnshaw begins to favor the stranger over his own son. This causes Hindley to become jealous of Heathcliff. This causes life at Wuthering Heights to be unbearable.
The family turns against Hindley and sends him away to school and Heathcliff takes the place as the son of the house. Earnshaws death Hindley returns to Wuthering Heights for revenge on Heathcliff. Catherine and Heathcliff stayed in love throughout the difficult times until Catherine meets Edgar Linton.
Eventually Catherine and Edgar end up together and leaves Heathcliff distraught and seeking revenge. Sense and Sensibility is a novel written by Jane Austen about the lives of two sisters. Elinor is the older sister and Marianne is the younger of the two.
Dashwood dies and leaves no money to the family, Mrs. Dashwood and her three daughters: Elinor, Marianne and Margaret are invited to stay with their distant relatives. Elinor is hesitant about the move because she was beginning to fall in love with Edward Ferrars.
But she does not tell him how she feels before she leaves. After they move, Marianne falls in love with John Willoughby at first sight and the two become very attached.Jane Austen vs Emily Brontë Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice are worth a dozen history books, and any number of second-rate novels by Austen’s contemporaries.
That’s the argument of the Janeites, but to the aficionados of Emily Brontë they are the misguided worshippers of a circumscribed mind.
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Aug 31, · Wuthering Heights was my first classic, Sense and sensibility opened the doors to another world (I couldn't stop until I finnished all Auste's books)and Jane Eyre was Jane Eyre, I have no words.
Anne is a good writer too, but her work could never get 5 stars. In Wuthering Heights, we see several families battling over love, hatred and pride. In Sense and Sensibility, we see many families searching for the happiness of marriage in a world full of joys, yet none seeming to come in their direction.
Word count for famous novels, in ascending order by number of words. Based on this list compiled by Nicole Humphrey Cook. (Thanks Nicole, and sorry for stealing; I wanted to see the list in order.).
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