Wuthering Heights Essay | Wuthering Heights

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Wuthering Heights

Summary: Heathcliff is not truly a devil although he is often times referred to as one.
There are many questions raised while reading Wuthering Heights, a novel by Emily Bronte. The progressive behavior of each character leads one to question the realism of these characters. Mr. Heathcliff is portrayed to be ugly, insensitive, and mad; but is he inherently this way because of some satanic root? Is he a devil or just a mad man? These questions can be answered through careful analysis of the beginning of the novel. The fact that Heathcliff was only a child off the streets and that he was not a bad person in the beginning eliminates the possibility of him initially being a devil. He may be a devil in reference to his adult personality, but he is not a true devil in terms of a demonic being. Heathcliff isn't initially mad but is made to be so by various events and characters that affect his life.

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