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Lost love denial and despair are attributes which may change anyones life and is experienced by everyone The narrator of The Raven written by Edgar Allen Poe Nelly Catherine Young Catherine Linton Heathcliff and Edgar in Wuthering Heights written by Emily Bront are all characters which demonstrate these traits These two pieces of writing Wuthering Heights and The Raven demonstrate similar themes Both of these pieces of writing share the themes of mourning for lost love denial and despair for ones self or anotherLost love is a very similar and powerful aspect that creates a mourning feeling between the narrator of The Raven Heathcliff Edgar and Hindley The narrator of The Raven becomes filled with sorrow as he starts mourning for his lost wife As he is mourning for his lost wife he begins speaking to himself saying From my books surcease of sorrow sorrow for the lost LenorePoe 10 While the narrator is speaking to himself he is filled with sorrow as he mourns for his lost love of Lenore Hindley was also greatly affected as his love had passed away in his arms Nelly had described how Frances had died in his arms But one night while leaning on his shoulder in the act of saying she thought she should be able to get up tomorrow a fit of coughing took her a very slight one he raised her in his arms she put her two hands about his neck her face changed and she was dead Bront 67 68 The greatest loss was between Heathcliff and Edgar when they had lost their love Catherine due to sickness Catherine had given birth to young Catherine after 7 months And two hours after the mother died Bront 160 Edgar and Heathcliff had lost the love of their lives two hours after she had given birth to Edgars child The narrator Heathcliff Edgar and Hindley had all been affected due to
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