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Wuthering Heights: a Psychological Analysis

Summary: Provides a psychological analysis of Wuthering Heights, by Emily Bronte. Concludes that Heathcliff is bi-polar. Describes why the book was considered quite controversial when first released.
Wuthering Heights is a classic piece of British literature that was written by Emily Bronte in the year of 1846. The novel begins as a man by the name of Lockwood moves to an area called the grange. He travels to the nearby manor of Wuthering Heights where he meets up with a man by the name of Heathcliff. Lockwood is immediately fascinated with Heathcliff the first time they meet. Bad weather forces Lockwood to stay at Wuthering Heights rather than journey back home. While at the manor, Lockwood asks the housekeeper, Nelly, to tell him the story of Heathcliff to which she happily obliges.

Nelly's story begins many years ago when she was much younger and serving the original owner of the manor, Mr. Earnshaw. Nelly goes into great detail while describing the Earnshaw family. Mr. Earnshaw and his wife had two children; Catherine and...

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