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The Various Themes in Wuthering Heights The Various Themes in Wuthering Heights In the novel Wuthering Heights by Emily Bront many relevant themes were portrayed In this essay I will be discussing the five most poignant themes which in my opinion are Good versus EvilRevenge Status EducationLove and Selfishness I feel that all these themes are equally important and in the following paragraphs I will attempt to discuss their impact on the reader and to the novel as a whole Emily Bront developed the main characters very vividly From the beginning of the novel I was aware of a sense of spirit feelings and emotions As the novel unraveled I began to emphasize with the innocent victims Hareton Linton Cathy etc and I had a clear vision of what was happening in the homes and between the two families It was very clear to me why Heathcliff and Edgar became so hateful and vengeful however I felt very angry at the cycle of abuse and misery that continued through the generations It seemed like nobody in either family was ever able to find peace and harmony and everybody who ever had any ties to the families were affected and displayed certain attitudes and emotional afflictions I think the overall theme is that good eventually overcomes evil or love is stronger than hate In addition with the emphasis on spirituality and death the readers focus turns to the role of God in determining the happiness or misery of our eternal soul It was very frustrating to read about the pain and abuse the characters were inflicting on each other It was evident that the Pg 2 prejudices and attitudes of the first generation were being passed down to the next Young Cathy Linton and Hareton were all subjected to and expected to conform to the anger prejudices and attitudes of their families The animosity between the two families was being
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