Review Of Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights



This entire novel takes place in England between Wuthering Heights and
Thrushcross Grange, two homes on the English moors. There is a distance of
approximately two miles between the two homes. The moors are vast open
lands that may stretch out for miles at a time. Due to location and
climate, there is usually a heavy fog present on the moors during the night.
This presence adds dreariness and confusion to the already complex feud
occurring between the two families living in the homes.
The exact period of time was never precisely established but the
general time period is suggested by the setting. The use of horses for
transportation back and forth between the two homes was ...

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cared much for him at first. Eventually, his sister grew to like
him and his brother grew to hate him. As the years passed, Heathcliff's
brother Hindley continued to scar him emotionally and his sister Cathy grew
to love him with such a passion that when Cathy and Hindley died in their
middle ages, Heathcliff vowed to take revenge on Hindley's son and to not
rest until he lay in the ground beside Cathy. There were many instances in
the story where one was compelled to feel sorry for the way Heathcliff was
constantly barraged by Hindley's acts of contempt. However, no matter how
much damage Hindley did, there was no one to blame for Heathcliff's
mannerism but Heathcliff.
One example of Heathcliff's psychological turmoil was when Cathy died.
He bribed the cemetery caretaker to open Cathy's grave after the funeral
services had passed. On doing so, Heathcliff kicked one side of the coffin
in so that the dust and dirt could be free to intermingle with the body ...

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