Houses, Fateful Allusions, Definition, Citation, Reference, Information - Allusion to Houses, Fateful

  1. Manderley place of Maxim de Winter’s unhappy marriage, and of his happy one, goes up in flames. [Br. Lit.: D. duMaurier Rebecca in Magill I, 806]
  2. Northanger Abbey medieval house where Catherine Morland imagines dungeons, ghosts, and mysterious events. [Br. Lit.: Austen Northanger Abbey in Magill II, 750]
  3. Satis House scene of Miss Havisham’s reclusive life and fiery death. [Br. Lit.: Dickens Great Expectations]
  4. Tara plantation home of Scarlett O’Hara. [Am. Lit.: Margaret Mitchell Gone With The Wind]
  5. Thornfield Hall home where Jane Eyre met Mr. Rochester and where he perishes in a fire. [Br. Lit.: Charlotte Brontë Jane Eyre]
  6. Wuthering Heights remotely situated home where Heathcliff nurses his vengeful plans. [Br. Lit.: Emily Brontë Wuthering Heights in Magill I, 1137]

Hugeness (See GIANTISM.)