Wuthering Heights Essay | Student Essay

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Wuthering Heights: Character Analysis of Heathcliffe

Summary: Essay provides a character analysis of Heathcliffe from Emily Bronte's "Wuthering Heights."
Through out literature, the villain has played a vital role in stories. The villain is the adversary of the hero. As a result, the reader feels a strong dislike for the villain, which is the case for Heathcliff. Although, Heathcliff's actions warrant such feelings, Heathcliff has been treated cruelly because of his social status. Therefore, the reader possess conflicting feelings about Heathcliff. Heathcliff's vindictive nature and violent temperament reveals him to be the villain of Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights. However, the Lintons and Earnshaws behaviors towards Heathcliff during his childhood and Heathcliff's later deranged state of mind evoke sympathy from the reader. Thus, an ambivalence of feeling remorse for Heathcliff and disliking Heathcliff is created.

Heathcliff's vindictive nature and degrading comments prove his detestable character. When Heathcliff returns after many years of disappearance, he is filled with bitterness. Instead of being joyous to meet...

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