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Comparative Essay Wuthering Heights By Emily Bronte Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte is a novel which explores love and obsession The Fishing-Boat Picture by Alan Sillitoe explores a relationship between two lovers who lack the ability to communicate with each other Wuthering Heights is set in England on the Yorkshire Moors in the nineteenth century The setting is used throughout the novel to help set the mood to describe the characters The reader finds two households separated by the cold muddy and barren moors one by the name of Wuthering Heights and the other Thrushcross Grange Each house stands alone in the midst of the dreary land which creates a mood of isolation These two places are very different in their appearance and mood Wuthering Heights and its surroundings depict a cold and dark atmosphere with the inhabitants being that of the working class In contrast Thrushcross Grange is situated in the valley and is filled with light and warmth Thrushcross Grange is described as a splendid place carpeted with Crimson covered chairs and tables and a pure white ceiling bordered by gold Wuthering Heights is dominated by the terrible figure of Heathcliff who seeks revenge when he is betrayed The two main characters of the story Heathcliff and Catherine grew up together on Wuthering Heights Catherine Earnshaw is daughter to the owner of Wuthering Heights Mr Earnshaw Catherine and Heathcliff were the best of friends a friendship that turned to love with time Heathcliff because of his social class was often judged by strangers and even members of his adopted family as being A wicked boy at all events and quite unfit for a decent house Because of his childhood disturbances and harsh treatment Heathcliff became a very hardened person filled with rage and dark features He is described as
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