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WUTHERING HEIGHTS Love vs hate A tale of passion passionate hate and passionate love is the novel Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte where passion can be evil a destructive force but that can also be a marvelous creative force as it forges bonds of love that can never be broken Two opposite feelings equalized by the strength of ones desire for another and responsible for the misery of their absence in each others live Heathcliff as one of the main characters develops an intense hatred and anger that urges him to take revenge for nothing could have hurt him more than both the abandonment and betrayal of Catherine Linton his first and only true love Catherine knew of her strong feelings for Heathcliff yet still she married Edgar Linton bringing upon herself an unhappiness so great that as time went by it became unbearable In Heathcliffs opinion Edgar took his beloved Catherine from him and believed he was the reason for Catherines illness and later her death therefore seeking revenge against him by harming his sister Isabella instead Another way in which he attempted to get back at Edgar was by locking up his daughter young Catherine in Wuthering Heights hoping that Edgar would die before seeing his daughter for the last time Heathcliff spent his whole live seeking through revenge a way to satisfy his hatred and anger but it was useless for there love still flourished The definition for Cathy and Heathcliffs
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