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Violence seems to be a reoccurring encounter in Emily Bronts novel Wuthering Heights Emily Bronts reason for using so much violence is to express the emotion portrayed by the characters Throughout the novel Heathcliff is in search of revenge and through violence he had a way of getting it Communication is a big reason for violence due to the lack of the character ability to verbally communicate Jealously also give rise to violence because the characters of Wuthering Heights are spoiled Heathcliff decides to seek revenge on Hindley by slowly draining away his wealth land and health Heathcliff fully displays his malice after Catherine dies the only person who could have saved him With nothing to lose he expands his revenge not only to Edgar and to Isabel Linton but onto the next generation as well by saying I have no pity The more the worms writhe the more I yearn to crush out their entrails Its a moral teething and I grind with greater energy in proportion to the increase in pain 183 he exclaimed Unlike typical antagonists who usually have the hearts to realize that they have reached their immoral goals after the victim dies Heathcliff takes it out on young Catherine and Linton He goes so far as to use his own son in the plot of acquiring Thrushcross Grange Although he does not believe in the devil Heathcliff has sold his soul to it while dragging Linton down with him Not only emotionally tormenting the people around him Heathcliff is capable of physical harm as well When Edgar and Linton are about to die he kidnaps Catherine and forces her to marry Linton showing that Heathcliff will carry out his threats at desperate times If Catherine was not there to stop him he might have killed Hindley as previously planned During the novel Heathcliffs whole existence is twisted it into revenge and hate the forces that drive him
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