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In the novel Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte Catherine Earnshaws immaturity is clearly seen throughout the novel and ultimately conducts her to her own death We can trace her immature acts back to when to when she was just a little girl all throughout her short lived life She is born in a rich well to do solid family Her dad Mr Earnshaw was strict man her mom Mrs Earnshaw was a devoted quite snobbish woman She was conceited all throughout her youth which is clearly a contributing factor to her immaturity and she shows how she likes and loves to be given excessive attention This caused her problems all the way until she became adult A very important aspect of Catherine is of course her personality She can be described as conceited mischievous willful wild wicked she had the bonniest eye and sweetest smile Bronte 45 We can see the special traits and features that make her unique in her own very special way As a little girl she shows us she has a very strong attitude and she is the type of girl that will react in a rather aggressive way when she doesnt get what she wants She was is so used to always getting what she wants that when the opposite happens she throws a tantrum One of the first examples of this was when she learnt the master had lost her whip in attending the stranger showed her humour by grinning and spitting at the stupid little thing 41Catherine is a strong young woman and she is defiant of authority since young age she was never so happy as when we were all scolding her at the same time and she defying us with her bold saucy look and her ready words 46 This besides showing her as a mischievous child it shows a characteristic strongly underlined in her the need for attention This is recurrent throughout her entire
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