Narrative Structure & Technique in Wuthering Heights

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Though Lockwood is the top-level narrator of Wuthering Heights, _____ actually narrates most of the novel.

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1. Which of these characters does NOT narrate at least part of Wuthering Heights?

2. A(n) _____ is a narrator that injects their own viewpoint into the story they're telling, like Nelly does in Wuthering Heights

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Assess Emily Bronte's use of narrative technique in Wuthering Heights with this worksheet and interactive quiz. Answer questions on topics that include the individual narrators in the story and how they'd be categorized.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Test yourself on the following:

  • Who does not narrate the story
  • The type of narration contained within the prose
  • The genre of the book

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the book's use of supernatural elements and what that means for how it's categorized
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on narrative technique in Wuthering Heights
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding a certain type of narration and interpret it correctly

Additional Learning

Gain a better idea of the narrative style in this book via the accompanying lesson entitled Narrative Structure & Technique in Wuthering Heights. To help you study, we've listed a few important reference points that are discussed in the lesson, as follows:

  • The storyline is different from the plot
  • There are multiple narrators
  • Layers exist upon one another, which is how the story is delivered
  • Wuthering Heights is supposedly haunted
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