Wuthering Heights Essay | Heathcliff and Catherine Character Comparison

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Heathcliff and Catherine Character Comparison

Summary: In Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights, protagonists Heathcliff and Catherine have superficial differences, but their deeper similarities draw them together. Their common characteristics are the binding force that makes them unable to live without each other.
The first half of Wuthering Heights revolves around the drama filled relationship of Heathcliff and Catherine. Throughout myriad events that occur in the novel, many characteristics of the two characters become increasingly apparent. Once these characteristics are revealed, it becomes evident that Catherine and Heathcliff have differences that cause their relationship to become an ongoing struggle, but they have even stronger similarities that cause them to not be able to live without each other. Catherine and Heathcliff have superficial differences regarding manners and the importance of their belief regarding social status. However, they share so many of the same strong-willed, heartfelt characteristics that they become a part of one another and therefore need to be together in order to live, and once they cannot have each other they find that death is the only the only option.

A difference between Catherine and Heathcliff is their...

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