Wuthering Heights Essay | Two Hearts at War with Each Other

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Two Hearts at War with Each Other

Summary: This is a review about Emily Brote's novel "Wuthering Heights"
In Emily Bronte's novel, Wuthering Heights, we meet two families, the Lintons and the Earnshaws, similar in structure, but flawlessly different in personalities and actions. The locale of the book is on the Moores at Thrushcross Grange and Wuthering Heights, houses located too close for comfort in many parts of the novel. Within the Earnshaw family we meet Mr. Earnshaw him self, Hindley, a man who later in life becomes depressed and distant from people, Heathcliff, the gypsy Mr. Earnshaw picked up on his way home one day, and Catherine, the girl who wants what her heart doesn't. In the other household we exhibit Mr. Linton, Edgar, the one who will sweep Catherine off her feet, and Isabella who gets caught in a horrible revenge scheme.

Heathcliff and Catherine were thrown together as small children with some reluctance but soon grew very fond...

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