Research Papers On Three Thematic Similarities in the Love Affairs of Heathcliff and Cathy in Charlotte Bront eacute rsquo s ldquo Wuthering Heights rdquo and Romeo and Juliet in William Shakespeare rsquo s ldquo The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet rdquo
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Three Thematic Similarities in the Love Affairs of Heathcliff and Cathy in Charlotte Bront eacute rsquo s ldquo Wuthering Heights rdquo and Romeo and Juliet in William Shakespeare rsquo s ldquo The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet rdquo
A 3 page paper which examines three similarities – how social structure is a barrier to true love, the role of outsiders in keeping the lovers separated, and the tragic sense that these love affairs are doomed in the mortal world and can only be fully realized in death – between the featured protagonist love affairs in each work. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
This 5 page paper looks at Heathcliff. It is eighteen years after Catherine has died and the haunted Heathcliff has a dream, he is lying with Cathy. This chapter gives a insight to the pain and torment felt by this cruel character. The writer looks at the events of this chapter and considers how they fit in with the rest of the story and how we may interpret them. The bibliography cites 1 source.
A 5 page paper looking at Emily Bronte’s famous novel in terms of whether its basic motivation is love or revenge. The paper proves that it is a story of vengeance; Heathcliff’s love for Catherine is dangerous and destructive, and when he is thwarted, Heathcliff shows a vicious side which contributed to the death of the woman he loved. No additional sources.
A ten page paper looking at the issue of whether Emily Bronte's protagonist Heathcliff was mad or just madly in love. The paper concludes that this was not love, it was a pathological sexual addiction coupled with revenge, from which Heathcliff was never to recover. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
A 5 page paper which discusses "Wuthering Heights" by Emily Bronte, and the characters of Heathcliff and Cathy in relationship to their tragic flaws. They both suffer greatly from dissatisfaction with self. They are uncertain about who they are, and in their loneliness and dissatisfaction with self they seek happiness and are unable to find it due to their inability to like themselves. Bibliography lists 2 additional sources.
This 5 page paper looks at Bronte's great work of fiction. The older Catherine and her relationship with Heathcliff is compared and contrasted with young Cathy's relationship with Hareton. The relevance of the story in the later generation is discussed. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
A 3 page essay that discusses how the story of Tristan's parents foreshadows the tale of love between Tristan and Isolde. In relating this tale, Gottfried Von Strassburg does not begin with the elicit affair of Tristan and Isolde, but rather starts by relating the love story of Rivalin and Blanchelor, Tristan's parents, whose tale is equally poignant. The writer discusses similarities and differences between the two stories and how the first tale works as a prologue to the second. Bibliography lists 1 sources.
11 pages in length. To struggle within a relationship is nothing extraordinary between two lovers; however, to base an entire relationship upon perpetual mental and emotional exertion represents the basis upon which Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" addresses the nature of conflict and compromise amidst love. Charlotte and Elizabeth share little in their individual perceptions of love, with neither one embracing much in the way of understanding what healthy, solid relationships truly are without the added components of conflict and compromise. Annotated bibliography lists 6 sources.
Charlotte Temple is not a story of love. It is more aligned with a story of seduction and the consequences of immoral behavior. It is a story of a young woman who makes a mistake and pays for it with her life. This 5 page paper explores the parameters of love and marriage in Charlotte Temple and argues that the woman who believes in love (Charlotte) is denied it and the one who disregards the potentials of love (La Rue) is seen to conform with the social expectations of finding love and entering into marriage. No additional sources are listed.
An 8 page paper looking at Oscar Wilde's urbane The Picture of Dorian Gray, James Joyce's modernist Dubliners, and William Blake's Romantic Songs of Innocence and Experience, in terms of the way each author depicted humanity's problem with love. The paper shows that all three authors felt society has impeded our ability to freely express love and establish intimacy with one another. Bibliography lists 3 sources.