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In this article Lisa Tyler starts of by mentioning the Ernest Hemingway presented a list of books he would rather read again for the first time than have an assured income of a million dollars a year Wuthering Heights was one of them She further argues that the Wuthering Heights was also an important source for Hemingways novel A Farewell to Arms She says that Wuthering Heights resembles A Farewell to Arms in its themes and symbols sometimes even in its detailsFirst she argues that A Farewell to Arms makes Catherine sound less like a geisha girl and more like a Romantic heroine Cathrine becomes a more comprehensible and better realized character She also helps to disprove the claim that Hemingway could not portray real women in his fiction The most obvious and biggest similarity between the novels lies in the names both heroines are called Catherine and both give birth to a child named Catherine The author goes on giving concrete details to support the similarities between the two novels and the two characters One of these similarities is that both experiences an intensely passionate love affair The declarations of love that Catherine and Heathcliff express in Wuthering Heights are terrifying in their intensity Both pairs claim that they are part of each other and one whole beingBoth of these doomed couples recognize that they can themselves destroy the relationship The author finishes by stating that the both women are moreover lamentably misread and misunderstood by those who surround them Their stories are told only after they die and even then by someone who in retrospect still fails to realize the storys true import
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