Wuthering Heights Essay | Revenge and Manipulation

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Revenge and Manipulation

Summary: Revenge and manipulation in "Wuthering Heights" by Emily Bronte.
The novel Wuthering Heights, by Emily Bronte is a classic love stricken story dated in the 1770's. It's a complicated story of the lives of Heathcliff and Catherine. There are many themes that make this romantic novel so interesting. One of the major themes that contributes to the completion of this novel is revenge between the characters. Everyone is always trying to hurt someone else or get back and someone. There is also an everlasting love shown throughout these two.

First, revenge is shown between Heathcliff and Hindley. He encourages Hindley's decline and tricks him into betting Wuthering Heights in a card game. He wants to gain control of Wuthering Heights and get his revenge on Hindley for making him a stable boy, so he pretends to play a friendly game with him. Heathcliff wins and gains control over Wuthering Heights.

That just wasn't enough, so Heathcliff...

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