The application and innovation of Gothic in Wuthering Heights, the Gothic definition of Gothic summarizes the origin and historical reasons of Gothic novels. The development of folk literature Bible and Christian legend in German national drama in the Renaissance challenges Romanticism to rationalism. The noble and beautiful Emily Gothic heritage theme challenge of good and evil revenge characters Delicate girl atmosphere, environment and plot horror mystery supernatural mythology Gothic innovative romantic and realistic background using symbolic techniques stream of consciousness illusion and subconscious description of characters' emotions and psychology refer to Bronte, Charlotte bronz, preface of the second edition, Wuthering Heights, London: J M dent sons Ltd P Gerin, Winifred Emily [M New York: a new Gothic literature manual by Mary Mulvey Roberts, Oxford University Press York:New York University Press P punter, David the literature of terror.
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