Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights and Robert Louis Stevenson’s ‘The Beach of Falesá’ are nineteenth-century literary works that draw on the Victorian realist tradition yet deviate from it in several important ways. Discuss some elements in the two works that deviate from literary realism and what might they tell us about the hybrid nature of both works. Support your argument by providing specific examples from the works. Make sure you use and cite your sources properly.
You will include non- realist elements from each work and comment on how they deviate from the mainstream realist novel trends of the time.
This TMA will be graded out of 20 marks.
The word count should range 1200-1300 words.
Use the internet to research academic sources for your essay. You are required to use, at least, four academic sources.
Divide your essay into well structured and well developed body paragraphs. Revise the final draft before submitting it to avoid typos and grammatical mistakes.
Use the Harvard style of documentation. https://guides.library.uq.edu.au/referencing/uq-harvard-version-for-printing.
Use Chapter 5,6,8 from Romantics and Victorians book which is in the additional materials for more clarification.
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