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  • Edgar Linton And Heathcliff
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    WUTHERING HEIGHTS MAIN CHARACTERS Catherine Earnshaw ~ She is the daughter of Mr. Earnshaw and the sister of Hindley. She is also Heathcliff's foster sister. Heathcliff and Catherine are in love, but she marries Edgar Linton instead. When Cathy died, she wanted both Heathcliff and Edgar to suffer because Edgar never understood why she loved Heathcliff and Heathcliff because he never knew why she married Edgar. Catherine Linton ~ She is the daughter of the older Catherine and Edgar Linton. Her mo...
  • Catherine And Heathcliff
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    In Brontes novel Wuthering Heights the idea compensation for love lost is discussed. Wuthering Heights is a quiet house in the country where the Earnshaws and Heathcliff live. Heathcliff loves Catherine Earnshaw very much but, she decides to marry another man, Edgar. Heathcliff marries Edgar sister just to make Catherine jealous. At the end Heathcliff abandons his plan for vengeance and professes his love for Catherine only to see her die soon after. In the novel Wuthering Heights Bronte shows t...
  • Heathcliff And Catherine's Relationship
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    When Wuthering Heights was published it was blasted its contemporaries as obscene. They railed that Catherine and Heathcliff were the most immoral and in general worst people they had ever had the misfortune of reading about. Although Wuthering Heights has taken it's rightful place as masterwork of 19th century literature and Emily Bront has receive credit for her work, it is still possible to see where the early attacks are based. Heathcliff especially behaves in a very obtuse manner. The basis...
  • Big Role On Heathcliff's Love For Catherine
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    In the novel Wuthering Heights, Emily Bronte, shows how different aspects of themes are presented for a reader's consideration. Some of the important themes in Wuthering Heights are, revenge, spiritual feelings between main characters, obsession, selfishness, and responsibility. Bronte mainly focuses on the spiritual feelings of her characters. The difference between the feeling that Catherine has for Heathcliff and the one she feels for Edgar is that Heathcliff is part of her nature, he is like...
  • Childish Emotions
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    Child Emotions vs. Adult Emotions By Andrea Lee All appearances said that Catherine Linton was as grown up as she could be, she was married and quite past the age when one is considered an adult. But, if one would look just a little farther, they could see that in all her rebelliousness she is maintaining a carefully constructed facade, created to look adult while she spends hours of time dreaming about the childhood that she wished would last forever. When we first see Catherine enter Nelly's s...
  • Heathcliff's Revenge
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    What usually comes to mind when one thinks of Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights? Most will visualize tortured lovers against the extraordinary moors. Perhaps one will even recall the scene of one lover, Heathcliff, opening the grave of his Catherine to dig a space where they can be joined eternally. Yet another equally powerful emotion appears throughout the novel as an antithesis to love, that of revenge. Revenge first forms the basis of the actions of Hindley, the Earnshaw son, toward Heathclif...
  • Ownership Of Wuthering Heights By Heathcliff
    506 words
    The complex and furious creation of Emily Bront"e, Wuthering Heights is a powerful novel that fiercely combines many of the greatest themes in literature, such as love and its intricacies, revenge and the its terrible effects, and the contrasts between nature and society. One of the most prevalent themes in this celebrated work is that of crime and punishment, or sin and retribution. One character in particular, Heathcliff, stands apart as a conduit for both of these, es-pe cially his sins. His ...
  • Hindley Earnshaw And Edgar Linton
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    Introduction Wuthering Heights Emily Br " onteWuthering Heights, written by Emily Br " one, is a story about the Earnshaw family who own a place called Wuthering Heights. Wuthering Heights is located on the moors. It narrates the story of the Earnshaw family, Heathcliff and the love story behind them all. Wuthering Heights is a strange, agonizing and powerful novel. It is said that revenge is the dominant theme of the book. Towards the 2nd part of the novel, the focus of the story was about Heat...
  • Catherine's Relationship With Heathcliff
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    Catherine Earnshaw Catherine Earnshaw is the daughter of Mr. Earnshaw and his wife; Catherine falls powerfully in love with Heathcliff, the orphan Mr. Earnshaw brings home from Liverpool. She was born at Wuthering Heights and was raised with her brother Hindley. Catherine loves Heathcliff so intensely that she claims they are the same person but does not marry him because Hindley has degraded him after their father's death so her desire for social advancement motivates her to marry Edgar Linton ...
  • Catherine And Heathcliff
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    The central conflict in the novel "Wuthering Heights" written by Emily Bronte is Heathcliff. Heathcliff's internal conflicts affect how all of the other characters interrelate. Heathcliff throughout the book never does anything honorable or dignified. Heathcliff creates whirlwinds of problems by just being present, sometimes, by not even doing a thing. Heathcliff's problems not only the affect the Earnshaw's but also their neighbors Edgar & Isabella Linton. Heathcliff comes to live with the Earn...
  • Catherine Earnshaw Linton And Heathcliff
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    Self Loyalty as demonstrated in Bronte's "Wuthering Heights" Emily Brontes Wuthering Heights is a complex novel that ties together the deep, passionate characters and intricate themes that she is known for creating. One such theme touches on the results of honesty: self-integrity and unashamed self-honesty lead to a fulfilled lifestyle, though it may not necessarily be consistent with the socially defined term full. The analysis and comparison of three characters in Wuthering Heights Hareton Ear...
  • Catherine's Revenge On Heathcliff
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    Revenge as a Theme in Wuthering Heights When Wuthering Heights, by Emily Bronte, first appeared in 1847, it was thought to be obscene and crude (Chase 19). To the common person, it was shocking and offensive, and it did not gain popularity until long after it was first published. When the piece of literature became widely read and discussed, however, Bronte was declared as a 'romantic rebel against repressive conventions and a writer who made passion part of novelistic tradition'; (Chase 19). Un...
  • E's Utilization Of The Character Heathcliff
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    Emily Bront"e, author of Wuthering Heights, grew up in isolation on the desolate moors of Yorkshire, knowing very few people outside of her family. In the book, Bront"e contradicts the typical form of writing at the time, the romance, and instead composed a subtle attack on romanticism by having no real heroes or villi ans, just perceivable characters, and an added bit of a Gothic sense to the whole thing. Bront"e accomplishes this by presenting us with the anti-romantic personalities of Heathcl...
  • Heathcliff A Victim Of Villain
    930 words
    Heathcliff: A Victim of Villainy In 'Wuthering Heights,' we see tragedies follow one by one, most of which are focused around Heathcliff, the antihero of the novel. After the troubled childhood Heathcliff goes through, he becomes embittered towards the world and loses interest in everything but Catherine Earnshaw -his childhood sweetheart whom he had instantly fallen in love with. -and revenge upon anyone who had tried to keep them apart. The novel begins with a few short introduction chapters w...
  • Young Linton Heathcliff
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    Wuthering Heights is an attempt to understand and reconcile those natural forces within us with the expectations of society. Heathcliff is an example of the effects of cruelty, deprivation and alienation that are the by products of civilization. His brutality is a direct result of his having been denied the fundamental need for nurturing that children thrive on. Abandoned as a child, uncared for and unloved, he was left to fend for himself in what must have seemed a hostile and frightening world...
  • Catherine And Heathcliff's Selfishness In Wuthering Heights
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    Selfishness Emily Bronte accompanies her siblings, Charlotte, Anne, and Bran well, in a series of romantic writings. Emily stayed at various boarding schools but lived most of her life in her family's secluded home in Yorkshire, England. Biographers indicate that she enjoyed a solitary lifestyle in the natural beauty of the moors when not in her home. Emily Bronte devoted her life to her father because her mother's tragic death left him helpless. She and her sisters were not introduced to the id...
  • Mr Earnshaw S Son Hindley
    413 words
    Love does not always bring happiness to people and lovers do not always treat each other well. When their families! or social pressure separates them, lovers can try their best to ignore the difficulties, but if they separated themselves, they! ll be more miserable. The main characters in this book! ^0 Wuthering Heights! +/- belong to the lovers who separated themselves. In 1770, Mr. Earnshaw brought a gypsy child to his family and made his name Heathcliff. Mr. Earnshaw!'s son Hindley hated him ...

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