Please join StudyMode to read the full document. It is often influenced by society and norms. Emily Bronte , author of Wuthering Heights, writes with great contrast to what is going on in her time period. She lays out how society is supposed to be, yet creates the character, Catherine, who defies all the norms. During the Victorian age women were very oppressed, it was also the rein of Queen Victoria and the patriarchal society, which is why Catherine is seen as such a rebel in the story, creating the thought that Wuthering Heights is an extension of how Bronte really feels about the her society. It was not an intentional for feminism to be such a big part of the story, however because of the historical background and the authors background it seen a lot throughout the story.
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Cats both domestic and wild have been worshipped, adored, feared, coveted, persecuted, psychoanalysed, parodied, wondered over, painted, written about, sculpted, photographed… and there is no sign of this fascination ever abating. Some of us find cats enchanting; others greatly prefer dogs. The cat , she wrote, although it differs in some physical points, is extremely like us in disposition. Then she considers the three charges of hypocrisy, cruelty and ingratitude levelled against the cat by its detractors : detestable vices in our race and equally odious in that of cats… a cat in its own interest sometimes hides its misanthropy under the guise of amiable gentleness… the ingratitude of cats is another name for penetration.
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These emotions revert back to the broken negotiations of marriage between her and the duke, and it expresses her love for the duke, whom which she is forced to hate and act as if she never had feelings for him. Socially it is accepted as a desired gift. Socially its normal for a female to receive a rose, but to Parker she wants something more out of the box, like a limousine mentioned in the third stanza. Or probably she knew she could change his mine and she also knew if she escape the situation would have probably got much worst. The relationship between Desdemona and Othello is a complicated one.
She also published a book of poetry with her sisters Charlotte and Anne titled Poems by Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell with her own poems finding regard as poetic genius. She published under the pen name Ellis Bell. Emily was the second youngest of six siblings, preceded by Maria, Elizabeth, Charlotte and Branwell. Shortly thereafter, the family moved eight miles away to Haworth , where Patrick was employed as perpetual curate.