Wuthering Heights Essay | Vengeance in Wuthering Heights

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Vengeance in Wuthering Heights

Summary: The reoccurring theme of vengeance in Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte.
There are many different techniques authors use in their writing, such as foreshadowing, similes, metaphors, repetition, and reoccurring theme. Prompted by selfishness, revenge plays an important role as a reoccurring theme in Wuthering Heights. In her novel, Emily Bronte cleverly uses the reoccurring theme of vengeance through out the story.    

The first time we detect the notion of vengeance is through the conflict between Hindley and Heathcliff.  Hindley becomes jealous of Heathcliff's relationship with Mr. Earnshaw and Catherine and at his new social status.  When Mr. Earnshaw, Hindley's father, dies, Hindley lets his vengeance take over and destructively degrades Heathcliff and makes him a servant as well as repeatedly attempting to kill Heathcliff. As Hindley and Heathcliff continue to become more and more hostile toward each other, Heathcliff voices his need for revenge to Catherine by saying, "I'm trying to settle how...

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