The Importance of Ghosts In ‘Wuthering Heights’

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The importance that this has to the novel is that it adds an element of excitement and mystery to the novel, rather than Lockwood just having a dream about a ghost by the end of the extract, they believe that their really was on there. What makes this part of the novel all the more stirring is the fact that there is evidence that this really was a ghost at Lockwood’s window...
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For instance Lockwood says that that name of the ghost was ‘Catherine Linton’: ‘(Why did I think of Linton? I had read Earnshaw twenty times for Linton)’ (Page20) This is to say that in any dream one would not expect to dream about someone they had never met before, and they would expect for their dreams to be a collaged combination of all the things that had happened to them...
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