Description: Told through the lens of Nelly Dean, a housekeeper intimately intertwined with the Wuthering Heights manor, we are presented with a first-hand account of the struggles and stories that make up this intriguing family. Emily Brontë brilliantly depicts familiar themes of family and sacrifice, and she challenges the reader to discern the good from bad and the protagonist from antagonist.
In this course, students will have the opportunity to study this novel. With the aid of the study guide, students will improve their active reading skills through an observation and discussion of the storylines and vocabulary in the individual stories. The guide will help students to check their comprehension of the readings through key questions and composition activities. No credit will be awarded for this class.
- This class is unique for the Memoria Academy. Our classes are normally limited to 16 students but this one will be for a larger student body. As such it will not be as interactive as our normal classes.
- No refunds will be offered after registration.
- There will be a two week break for Christmas from December 23 – January 7.
Grade Level: 9-12 (ages 14-18)