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Character Heathcliff- this character is a genuinely evil person He is dark and cruel He is violently passionate meaning he loves as strongly as he hates He is a creature about whose past is unknown A dark dirty beggar he was picked up on the Liverpool streets by Mr Earnshaw and brought to the secluded part of the world known as the moors where he has ample space to work out his destiny He has a strong will and is steadfast Most of the characters in this novel are masters of their fate They know what they want and go after it They overcome all obstacles to immerse themselves in love The minor characters in this novel are interesting They portray little barriers and problems for the major characters Setting The setting of this novel is Yorkshire England This is a prime setting for the novel because of all of its romantic qualities If this story were to be set in a very unromantic place it would not have had the same effect Physical elements are very important in such an emotional story such as Wuthering Heights Theme Wuthering Heights is a psychological study of a man torn between love and hate The author raises such questions such as can love overcome hatred Emily Bronte heaves these mysterious questions that have plagued mankind for all of existence at the reader and makes himher question their own values The way she portrays this question is through Heathcliff She allows the reader to witness evilness and love through a character The reader gets to experience these emotions indirectly through the words and thoughts of a complicated man After finishing this amazing story the reader realizes that the author has worked her way into their mind and has planted a very important seed Point of View The story is told through Nelly who is the servant who has been
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