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Two Literary Classics: Wuthering Heights and The Great Gatsby
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Two Literary Classics: Wuthering Heights and The Great Gatsby: Web Sources
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The Reader’s Guide to Emily Brontë’s “Wuthering Heights”
A site devited to the novel contains sections devoted to the plot, the characters, locations, the author, and other topics.
The Great Gatsby (National Endowment for the Arts "Big Read")
Overview of the novel covers characters, themes, the author, and also provides discussion questions and an audio guide.
A Guide to The Great Gatsby
A site developed by a high school teacher offering quality resources to help students understand the historical context, symbols, and themes of the novel.
Walking the Landscape of Wuthering Heights
A brief essay hosted by the British Library reflects on the representation of landscape in Wuthering Heights.
Wuthering Heights (Discussion on BBC Radio)
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss Emily Bronte (1818-1848) and her only novel, published in 1847 under the name 'Ellis Bell' just a year before her death.
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