Chapters 1 and 2: Lockwood as narrator

IB English A Literature: Chapters 1 and 2: Lockwood as narrator

Some students find the opening chapters of Wuthering Heights off-putting and hard to penetrate, primarily because they don"t understand one thing: Lockwood is an idiot. Once they grasp this essential truth, the novel becomes far more accessible and enjoyable. The following lesson is designed to help students use this understanding of character to develop an appreciation of Bronte"s craft in the opening of the novel....

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