Wuthering Height

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Wuthering Heights: Scene Development and Meaning
One of the most important themes presented in the novel is considered to be the foundation of social classes as well as to how they are to be recognized [especially as they identify with the reputation of families] as basis for development on how individuals are recognized. Most likely, the scene on the wake provides a more constructive manner on defining how social classes were outlined as the foundation of the story presented in the novel. At the same time, this scene further proves the overall construction of the distinct assumptions of how the value for social recognition is understood to have a highly identifying mark on how individuals view themselves as well.
The division between the Lintons and the Earnshaws has created a distinct mark on how the members of the family behave [especially on occasions like the wake]. Likely, in this scene, the creation of such visionary presentation is able to get the attention of the readers [especially as they see the importance of defining one’s self not based on how the society sees them]. The readers are given the chance to determine how they likely understand the overall concept of social classes and how these factors should be used to create a new sense of being among individuals as they deal with their peers or others in their communities. Basing from the reactions of the characters towards each other during this particular scene on the wake, it is rather effective to take note on how social classes should be valued as part of one’s social existence. In this case, the novel Wuthering Heights provide a more defined essence of how social diversity should be managed in balance to be able to create proper connections with others.
Obvious presentation of distance between the characters, this wake, provided a clear picture on how others were distanced from Mrs. Linton, not because they do not like her, but because they were alienated from her class. It felt like as if she was from a different world apart from theirs and that they are in no right to mix up with the elitists. Relatively, it could be realized that such distance have been established to show how social classes intend to make a differential insistence on the connection that people share between each other.
Recreating the mark of connection that humans share [even between family members], social classification often ruin the supposedly solid connection that people share between each other. On the other hand, the last part of the scene where the lockets were enclosed together suggests the point of reconnection. Such action suggests that the desire to reconnect the two divided families is slid enough; however, the efforts to make such suggestion a reality actually depend on the willingness of involved parties to make distinct adjustments among themselves, as well as the way they view themselves compared with other individuals surrounding them.
Noticeably, this part of the story gives a visionary presentation on how social classes redefine the nature of people. It could be realized that this social ailment makes a definite determination on how people are becoming more concerned about how they are viewed by others based on the social group they belong to. Removing such point of diversity is indeed an important part of the social improvement.