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Heathcliff is subjectively a Heights figure opposing the Grange andobjectively a Grange figure undermining the Heights he focuses acutelythe contradictions between the two worlds Discuss this statement aboutWuthering HeightsWuthering Heights is a story defined by two characters Heathcliff andCatherine In as such Wuthering Heights on the surface appears like astory about romance mainly because the two main characters bear immensefeelings towards each other However a reading through the storyinformed by major literary theories in this case deconstruction helpsbring to the fore complex themes that happen to be much more definitiveIn essence deconstruction entails an in depth reading of texts in a bidto show that every text has contradictory meanings as opposed to havingone harmonious and logical meaning In this regard this study seeks toimplore on the different meanings represented by the above statement andin doing so understand the binary meanings of the overall text Rivkin Ryan Most importantly it also cultivates great understanding inapplication of literary theory in this case deconstruction Right from the start specifically the title it is quite apparentthat Bronte wants to bring to the fore the idea of hostility The titleWuthering Heights is a direct reference to a hostile point hostilityemerging from unrestricted exposure to whirling winds At the same timethe discussion of activities and residents in Wuthering heights ischecked by a reference to the Grange a place of pure contrast In doingso the author creates two incompatible worlds and tries to demonstratetheir struggle to be assimilated into a harmonious unit The entire playnow seeks to explain this struggle As it emerges it is a representationof a tussle between social classes The deaths so common in the storyare a representation of the pain that comes with every attempt toachieve respect across a higher class Based on the deconstruction literally theory the aim of this analysisis to define these struggles especially the hidden struggle betweenclasses This is enabled by first explaining the essence of theresidences and their part in defining class
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