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About this Course
In this course we look at several aspects of Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights. In the first six sections, we focus on Romanticism and what it means to call Heathcliff a Romantic hero. In second six sections, we focus on individual themes in the novel, including the concepts of alienation, madness and hysteria, town and country, nostalgia, and the Gothic.
About the Lecturer
Dr Bown obtained his BA, MA and PhD from the University of Manchester before joining the Department of English at Hang Seng Management College in Hong Kong. His research interests include Critical Theory, 19th Century English and American Literature, Popular Culture and Psychoanalysis. His doctoral thesis is on laughter in 19th Century Literature. He is also the editor of Everyday Analysis, a blog and book series available at everydayanalysis.com.