The 491st sin, or the failure to listen, is considered to be the unforgivable sin. In Wuthering Heights, a novel written by Emily Brontë, Mr. Lockwood comes to Thrushcross Grange to learn a lesson about love and listening. While staying there, Lockwood learns the stories of many characters as lessons on refraining to commit the 491st sin. Catherine Earnshaw Linton has the most to teach him about this lesson. Nelly, while able to teach Lockwood valuable lessons about listening, fails to teach
Critical theory: Psychoanalytic criticism: Green, Keith, and Jill LeBihan. "Literature and Psychoanalysis." Critical Theory and Practice: A Coursebook (143-47). 1st ed. London: Routledge, 1995. Print. “A Coursebook…” is written for the beginning researchers of the literary critical theory. The Chapter “Literature and Psychoanalysis” contains commentary on psychoanalytical critical approach. In addition, the study questions, glossary and suggested further reading are included. Authors help to grasp
1. What is your assessment of the state of media research in the Philippines? Choose a particular form of mass media and identify three (3) major issues and concerns besetting it. To what extent has research been made on such issues and concerns? Cite concrete cases to prove your point. The Philippine film industry, considered by many critics, producers, directors, movie workers, is either slowly but surely dying or is already dead. Notice the use of the term "Philippine film industry" instead of
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