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    He refuses to eat, absents himself from the company of Cathy, Hareton, or Nelly, disappears inexplicably for long intervals of time and refuses to explain his absences. Most disturbing, his strange excitement continues, causing discomfort to all those around him, especially Nelly. When Nelly asks him where he was the night before his he began to exhibit this odd elation, he tells her, "Last night, I was on the threshold of hell

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    Through the narration by Nelly Dean as she speaks to Lockwood about Catherine Earnshaw’s story, it may not always be reliable information the readers are receiving based on opinions and judgments Nelly has already made about the people being spoken about. Nelly’s opinions of certain people blind her ability to speak about them truthfully in all aspects, like, for instance, how she spoke negatively about Catherine in some sections of the story. Mrs. Dean had a bias towards what boy Catherine would

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    Whilst Nelly is telling the story, she more often is telling it in third person, but the telling of the story changes to first whenever it is a scene of which she is in. The telling of Wuthering Heights is a frame story with multi-layered, first – person narration (Tomlinson). The frame narrative is Lockwood’s tale as a traveler (outsider), he is hearing the family history through Ellen Dean (aka Nelly) without any background knowledge. The interior narrative is the history reiterated by Nelly (an insider

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    prominent characters she displays in this way include Lockwood and Isabella. They are both fundamental narrators in the work. Lockwood does so directly through his retelling of Nelly’s recounting of the story, and Isabella does so through her letter to Nelly explaining her relationship and life with Heathcliff soon after they were married. Although Isabella only briefly seen as a narrator, she and Lockwood have various similarities in their styles and traits. Their similarities begin through their experiences

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    condition she’s in when she dies. Catherine battles with her decisions and feels deep emotions for both men. She marries Edgar, and despite their happiness, the relationship lacks the intense love that she feels with Heathcliff, as heard when she tells Nelly, “If all else perished and he [Heathcliff] remained, I should still continue to be; and, if all else remained, and he were annihilated, the Universe would turn to a mighty stranger” (Bronte 81). However, when she is with Heathcliff, the passion is

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    Wuthering Heights: Nelly the Narrator        Emily Bronte wrote the book Wuthering Heights from the narrative point of view of Nelly, a servant who lived most of her life with Catherine. Many have questioned why Bronte would do so.  Why did she not choose someone with more knowledge? Why did she not choose a major character like Heathcliff or Catherine?  The choice to make Nelly the narrator is what makes the book so great. She is one who qualifies most

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    How would you feel as a black women, ..you were looked at as nothing more than a prop? That you were only there to entertain and for pleasure.. Our consciousness about who black women are, is being limited to the dehumanization that the hip-hop culture centers in on women. Twerking, busting it wide, and dropping it like it’s hot is not at all what black women are equaled out to do. These misogynistic misrepresentation of black women is commonly seen in media culture music videos that provide the

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    Nelly Concert Essay

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    Nelly Concert      On Monday March 25, some members of the baseball team, my girlfriend, and I traveled to Murray State University to watch a concert performed by Nelly and the St. Lunatics. It was a terrible night to go anywhere because it was raining and storming the whole way, but there was nothing that was going to stop us from going to the concert. We where all so hyped up about it and couldn’t wait to head out. My brother, who attends Murray State, had gotten us excellent

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    Misogyny and degradation of women is present in almost every genre of music, yet the one genre that completely revolves around demeaning women is rap. Over the years rap and rap music videos have continually become more sexual and degrading towards women. Rap has been criticized numerous times for this reason, and that is because rap is one of the most popular genres of music for the younger generations. It is more than a genre of music, it is a complete industry filled with clothing and other merchandise

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    Hip Hop Culture As I was growing up in the late 1970’s, it has always been common knowledge that hip hop music and its culture originated in the South Bronx section of New York City in the early 1970’s. Since this time, hip hop has become a multi-cultural fusion of many different contributions made by several ethnic groups like Caucasians, Asians, blacks, and Hispanics, to name just a few. Hip-hop has definitely exploded within many cultures and subcultures throughout the world and within the past

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