Wuthering Heights

Wuthering Heights and “Porphyria’s Lover”2 weeks

How does Bronte use language (style, tone, voice, diction, and syntax) to advance her theme and characterization?

During this time, students will be completing their e-portfolios for the graduation project.  At home, they will read Wuthering Heights and keep a reader’s journal.

Students will demonstrate an understanding of characterization, irony, diction, unreliable narrator, tone, syntax, voice, Marxist and Formalist literary theory, write a timed prose response on Wuthering Heights from a released AP Lit exam, and conduct a Socratic seminar on the novel.

Intro ppt: Wuthering Heights

Study Guide: Wuthering Heights Study Guide

Background on Author, Era, and Novel: http://www.victorianweb.org/authors/bronte/ebronte/index.html

Essay on Wuthering Heightshttp://www.usfca.edu/jco/magnanimityofwutheringheights/

Byronic Hero: http://apliterature-martin.wikispaces.com/Wuthering+Heights

Reader’s Guide to Wuthering Heights: http://www.wuthering-heights.co.uk/index.php

Wuthering Heights Dialectical Reading Journal

WH Socratic Seminar Questions

Porphyria’s Lover

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