Wuthering Heights Education

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  • Context
    • Wuthering Heights: Education
      • Educated characters
        • Nelly, who is very well read according to herself, is typically more respected than Joseph
        • Lockwood, despite being an intellectual, often misreads the situation. Could be to show how he is not emotionally intelligent necessarily.
    • Bronte: Her father encouraged and was entirely responsible for the education of her and all of her siblings
    • The Bronte children all worked as teachers at some point
    • More than 50% of children in Victorian Engalnd were unable to read/wite


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