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Nelly Dean

Nelly Dean Author Alison Case
ISBN-10 000812342X
Release 2016-02-25
Pages 480
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'Audacious', 'a page-turner' and ' has the makings of a feminist classic' INDEPENDENT A gripping and heartbreaking novel that reimagines life at Wuthering Heights through the eyes of the Earnshaws' loyal servant, Nelly Dean.



Wuthering Heights

Wuthering Heights Author Emily Brontë
ISBN-10 HARVARD:HWIQKB
Release 1907
Pages 354
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Wuthering Heights has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Wuthering Heights also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Wuthering Heights book for free.



Nelly Dean A Return to Wuthering Heights

Nelly Dean  A Return to Wuthering Heights Author Alison Case
ISBN-10 9781681771052
Release 2016-02-15
Pages 400
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A riveting and heartbreaking novel that re-imagines life at Wuthering Heights through the eyes of the Earnshaws’ loyal servant, Nelly Dean. Young Nelly Dean has been Hindley’s closest companion for as long as she can remember, living freely at the great house, Wuthering Heights. But when the benevolence of the master brings a wild child into the house, Nelly learns she must follow in her mother’s footsteps, be called "servant" and give herself over completely to the demands of the Earnshaw family. But Nelly is not the only one who finds her life disrupted by this strange newcomer. As death, illness, and passion sweep through the house, Nelly suffers heartache and betrayals at the hands of those she cherishes most, tempting her to leave it all behind. But when a new heir is born, a reign of violence begins that will test even Nelly’s formidable spirit as she finds out what it is to know true sacrifice. Nelly Dean is a wonderment of storytelling and an inspired accompaniment to Emily Bronte’s adored work. It is the story of a woman who is fated to bear the pain of a family she is unable to leave, and unable to save.



The function of Nelly Dean and the Dog in chapter 12 in Wuthering Heights

The function of Nelly Dean and the Dog in chapter 12 in Wuthering Heights Author Beate Wilhelm
ISBN-10 9783638582797
Release 2006-12-24
Pages 6
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Essay from the year 2004 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 2, University of Freiburg (Englisches Seminar), course: Proseminar I 'The Brontës', 1 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: The happenings in the given excerpt from Wuthering Heights, written by Emily Brontë, bring about an important turn in the action of the novel. It first describes a scene in Catherine Linton`s room at Thrushcross Grange. After a quarrel between Heathcliff, Edgar Linton and Catherine, Catherine drives herself extremely mad to the point where she becomes mentally and physically ill. Nelly Dean is the narrator of the passage, she both observes and is involved in the action herself. As she witnesses how helpless Edgar Linton is – uncertain of what to think or do for his wife, Nelly calls the doctor in the village. As Nelly passes the garden to reach the road, she makes a terrifying discovery: Isabella Linton`s springer Fanny is hung on a bridle hook, almost “at its last gasp” (Brontë 1847: 144). Nelly releases Fanny, wondering who was capable of committing such a crime, and as she sets off to reach the doctor, she hears horses galloping in the distance. Both the dog itself and the action of its hanging have a symbolic meaning. That the dog is a symbol reflecting Isabella Linton and that Fanny`s hanging represents Heathcliff`s diabolical hate and brutality, shall be focused on in my essay through having a closer look at the characters of Isabella Linton and Heathcliff and by interpreting the given excerpt. I will start by analysing the role of Nelly Dean before moving on to symbolism and the function the excerpt has in the frame of the whole story.



Nelly s Version

Nelly s Version Author Eva Figes
ISBN-10 1564783138
Release 2002
Pages 218
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Nelly's Version could be described as Eva Figes' inventive reshaping of the pop psychological thriller. The story opens as Nelly Dean, a middle-aged woman suffering from amnesia, checks into a small-town hotel with a suitcase full of cash and no idea where it - or she - came from. Distrustful of everyone from the waiter who serves her lunch to a store clerk who claims to know her from grade school, Nelly fears she is part of a conspiracy, although she is strangely indifferent to the clues that might explain her puzzling circumstances. Part dark comedy, part mystery novel, Nelly's Version offers an unsettling journey into the mind of a witty, intelligent woman stuck in a pastless present.



The Name of Action

The Name of Action Author John Fraser
ISBN-10 0521277450
Release 1984-12-20
Pages 260
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John Fraser's critical essays explore conflicting attitudes towards self-affirmation and social order. Important concerns that touch these essays are ideas of energy, power, and personal plenitude, and the way in which idealism and heroic intensity can sometimes lead to overstrain and collapse.



Beneath the Surface

Beneath the Surface Author Jennifer Ratta
ISBN-10 OCLC:987961373
Release 1995
Pages
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Beneath the Surface has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Beneath the Surface also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Beneath the Surface book for free.



Emily Bront

Emily Bront  Author Lyn Pykett
ISBN-10 0389208817
Release 1989-01-01
Pages 147
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Emily Bront%'s writings explore, expand, and transgress limited nineteenth-century ideas of the nature of the female lot and of women's creativity. This study offers an extensive rereading of the poems which focuses on Emily Bront%'s problematic relationship to the Romantic tradition in which they were produced, and to the critical tradition in which they have been reproduced. Using recent feminist work on gender and genre Lyn Pykett throws fresh light on the complexities of Wuthering Heights, and suggests that much of this novel's distinctiveness may be attributed to the particular ways in which it both combines and explores Female Gothic and the emerging realist domestic novel, a genre also widely used and read by women. Contents: Emily Bront%: A Life Hidden from History; The Writings of Ellis Bell; 'Not at all like the poetry women generally write' Emily Bront% and the Problem of the Woman Poet; Death Dreams and Prison Songs; Gender and Genre in DEGREESR Wuthering Heights; Changing the Names: The Two Catherines; Nelly Dean: Memoirs of a Survivor; The Male Part of the Poem; Reading Women's Writing: Emily Bront% and the



Cognitive Poetics

Cognitive Poetics Author Peter Stockwell
ISBN-10 9781134513277
Release 2005-06-29
Pages 208
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Cognitive poetics is a new way of thinking about literature, involving the application of cognitive linguistics and psychology to literary texts. This book is the first introductory text to this growing field. In Cognitive Poetics: An Introduction, the reader is encouraged to re-evaluate the categories used to understand literary reading and analysis. Covering a wide range of literary genres and historical periods, the book encompasses both American and European approaches. Each chapter explores a different cognitive-poetic framework and relates it to a literary text. Including a range of activities, discussion points, suggestions for further reading and a glossarial index, the book is both interactive and highly accessible. Cognitive Poetics: An Introduction is essential reading for students on stylistics and literary-linguistic courses, and will be of interest to all those involved in literary studies, critical theory and linguistics.



The Secrets of Enduring Love

The Secrets of Enduring Love Author Meg John Barker
ISBN-10 9781473528086
Release 2016-02-04
Pages 224
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The Secrets of Enduring Love focuses on what couples actually do to maintain, nurture and nourish their relationships. The reader will be taken on a journey through different ways of doing relationships, focusing on the key themes which came out of the research: everyday acts of kindness and appreciation; the importance of home; communication and conflict management; sex and intimacy; incorporating others into the relationship (children, pets, friends, hobbies); and telling your own love story. One of the key messages from the research is that different things work for different people, and at different times in the relationship. For this reason the book focuses on the differnt practices that we might bring into our own relationships, helping us to recognise the small things which we may be already doing but which ordinarily go by unnoticed, and offering a helping hand to find out what works best for us.



Mogul

Mogul Author Terrance Dean
ISBN-10 1451611943
Release 2011-06-14
Pages 336
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From the Essence bestselling author of Hiding in Hip Hop and an entertainment insider—a juicy debut novel about the “down-low” life of one of New York’s most beloved Hip Hop producers. After the sudden death of his father, a renowned jazz musician, Aaron “Big A.T.” Tremble clings to music as an escape. Making hip hop beats becomes his life. His love for music lands him at the estate of Larry “Pop” Singleton, a retired and respected Hip Hop music mogul who sees something special in Big A.T., and he also knows the truth about his sexuality. With Pop’s blessings and nurturing, Big A.T. is on the path to becoming the next great Hip Hop producer in New York. With the help of Pop and “the family,” a network of secretly gay men in the Hip Hop world, Big A.T. finds success and starts his own music label. He’s signed and worked with some of the biggest Hip Hop artists in the country. One of them is Brooklyn native lyricist, “Tickman.” Together they are making sweet music together. Tickman and Big A.T.’s relationship goes beyond producer and rapper – they become secret lovers. Nothing can stop Big A.T. All of the radio stations play his music. He has money, fame, and Jasmine, his girlfriend who doesn’t know about his secret love for men. However, at the pinnacle of his career, compromising photos of Big A.T. land on the desk of a national news program—and in the hands of his girlfriend. Big A.T., for the first time is at a crossroad in his career: come out publicly with his secret or watch his music empire crumble.



Temple Bar

Temple Bar Author George Augustus Sala
ISBN-10 CORNELL:31924057355087
Release 1887
Pages
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Temple Bar has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Temple Bar also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Temple Bar book for free.



A True Novel

A True Novel Author Minae Mizumura
ISBN-10 9781590515761
Release 2013-11-12
Pages 800
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A remaking of Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights set in postwar Japan A True Novel begins in New York in the 1960s, where we meet Taro, a relentlessly ambitious Japanese immigrant trying to make his fortune. Flashbacks and multilayered stories reveal his life: an impoverished upbringing as an orphan, his eventual rise to wealth and success—despite racial and class prejudice—and an obsession with a girl from an affluent family that has haunted him all his life. A True Novel then widens into an examination of Japan’s westernization and the emergence of a middle class. The winner of Japan’s prestigious Yomiuri Literature Prize, Mizumura has written a beautiful novel, with love at its core, that reveals, above all, the power of storytelling.



The Female Narrator in the British Novel

The Female Narrator in the British Novel Author L. Sternlieb
ISBN-10 9780230513785
Release 2002-05-10
Pages 177
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The Female Narrator in the British Novel studies first-person narratives and demonstrates that how a woman tells her story is crucial to our understanding of its content, for a novel's mode of narration frequently undermines its ostensible plot. Analyzing relationships between the sexes in terms of battles for narrative authority, Sternlieb argues for a rethinking of the history of the marriage plot.



Wuthering Heights

Wuthering Heights Author Emily Brontë
ISBN-10 9781438114880
Release 2009-01-01
Pages 96
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Presents a study guide discussing the characters, plot and writing of Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. Includes critical essays on the novel and a brief biography of the author.



The Madwoman Upstairs

The Madwoman Upstairs Author Catherine Lowell
ISBN-10 9781501124211
Release 2016-03-01
Pages 352
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"A debut novel about the last remaining descendant of the Brontees who discovers that her recently deceased father has left her a treasure hunt that may lead to the long-rumored secret literary estate"--



Temple Bar

Temple Bar Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105119107451
Release 1887
Pages
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Temple Bar has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Temple Bar also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Temple Bar book for free.