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Three Aspects of Destructive Relationships in Wuthering Heights Many people in the world are trying to find a perfect companion Some of these may marry and not know what their new husband or wife is like This kind of situation often leads to separation or hostility Other situations may develop between two friends that stem from jealousy desire for revenge uncaring parents etc Emily Bronts Wuthering Heights displays several characteristics of destructive relationships Three of these are uncaring parents marriage without knowing the person and jealousy Uncaring or unsympathizing parents are shown throughout this story to be an element of destructive relationships Because Heathcliff gained all the attention from Mr Earnshaw Hindley became disassociated from his father This separation continued until after Mr Earnshaw had died Another example is between Hindley and Hareton Hindley became such a drunk and a gambler that he could not properly care for young Hareton This led to a separation between Hareton and his father as well One primary example of an uncaring parent is shown between Heathcliff and his son Linton Heathcliff did not even want his son for anything except enacting a part of his revenge This is shown by Lintons fear of Heathcliff and Heathcliffs enmity toward his son Linton even says my father threatened me and I dread him - I dread him244 to express his feeling about Heathcliff The hostility and separation between father and son in this book shows that uncaring parents can cause serious damage in relationships with their children This element of destructive behavior may stem from an unhappy marriage in which the husbands or wives dont know each other This had happened between Isabella and Heathcliff Isabella did not really know Heathcliff when she married him but after she had married him she saw that Heathcliff was not a gentleman at all To declare her feelings she wrote Is
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