Wuthering Heights Essay | Opposing Worlds, Opposing Characters, in Wuthering Heights

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Opposing Worlds, Opposing Characters, in Wuthering Heights

Summary: The essay is about the conflicting worlds created in Bronte's Wuthering Heights through setting description. It highlights Catherine, and her inability to be fixed to the Heights or the Grange.
Emily Bronte's masterful tale of love, passion, jealousy, and treachery clearly represents the opposing worlds and characters in created in Wuthering Heights. The settings of the story, Wuthering Heights, Thrushcross Grange, and the moors between, represent the different worlds the characters inhabit. Catherine, Heathcliff, Hindley, and Hareton are products of the Heights, while their neighbors, The Linton's, Mr. And Mrs. Linton, Isabella and Edgar are the products of the Grange. Throughout the course of the novel, the worlds of these characters collide, intermingle, join and separate.

Wuthering Heights is the home of the Earnshaw family, in bucolic England. Living there, are Heathcliff, Catherine, Hindley, and Hareton. They are the direct emergents of the unkempt, wild Heights, and their slovenly miserable means of existence. The Heights is described artfully by Bronte: `Its station is exposed stormy weather. Pure, bracing ventilation they must have up...

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