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Hi, i'm currently planning on doing an essay for my A2 on Dracula and Wuthering heights. Is there any suggestion for which stance i should take and how.
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Hi, i'm currently planning on doing an essay for my A2 on Dracula and Wuthering heights. Is there any suggestion for which stance i should take and how.
Genre, perhaps? Romantic gothic versus fin de siecle gothic?
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Yes I would say Gothic or something about society
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Genre, perhaps? Romantic gothic versus fin de siecle gothic?
Yeah i definitely had an interest into the gothic stance of both novels but how would it be compared
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Or... maybe 'the Other' in Gothic fiction? Representations of the racial otherness of Heathcliff and Dracula?
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Yeah i definitely had an interest into the gothic stance of both novels but how would it be compared
What level is your course, and how long is the essay?
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What level is your course, and how long is the essay?
The level of my course is A2 and the essay has to be five thousand words.
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Gender, perhaps? I didn't study Wuthering Heights, but I'm sure that female sexuality is a theme: she refuses to fulfill her wifely role, and in doing so becomes a sort of Lillith character (preceded Eve in Eden, but was expelled due refusing to lie under Adam). Does Brontë approve or disapprove of Cathy? In Dracula, there's the idea that what the men are really afraid of is female sexuality: the 'new woman' of the nineteenth century, sexually liberated and needing to be destroyed!! Just a random idea; sorry I can't be more help. good luck!
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