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Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë BRONTË USES IMAGERY EFFECTIVELY TO EMPHASISE THE CHARACTERS OF HEATHCLIFF, CATHERINE AND LINTON AND THEIR COMPLEX RELATIONSHIPS IN THE NOVEL. DISCUSS THIS STATEMENT - - - - - - - - From the book, Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë, symbolism can be used continuously throughout, making it an excellent, gripping story. In this essay I will be explaining how Brontë uses it, like utilizing physical appearances of every person to emphasise their character. I will also be writing about the way she describes the settings and how they are decorated or built to again enhance or make analogies of each personality. Brontë not only employs these but also by cleverly making what each individual says and how they say it, makes it be symbolic of what they want. The weather and the atmosphere that they live in creates a picture of what is happening at particular points in the publication, such as if characters are in an argumentative mood the weather will be dark that symbolises the state of mind. In the more poignant points in the text Brontë even describes the supernatural or to natural phenomena to emphasise or exemplify the profound emotions of that individual. Lots of metaphors and similes are used and also hell and paradise to symbolise the intense areas of the narrative. All these brilliant practices and devices produce...