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Review of "Wuthering Heights"

Summary: The balance Of evil between Heathcliff and Catherine in Emily Bronte's classic novel, "Wuthering Heights."
In the novel Wuthering Heights, Emily Bronte presents the relationship of good and evil in characters. In the book many characters expose both qualities. The characters at some points will exhibit all good and peaceful traits, but then will dramatically change. Two main characters expose both sides of the spectrum radically: Heathcliff and Catherine. Through both of these characters Bronte examines how everybody has some good and some evil in their body. No one person can be all good or all evil. It is all a balance of one's mind to determine if a person is evil or not. Some may be more or less than others but they are not all. At the beginning of the novel it is explained that Heathcliff is a gentlemen, although mysterious, but essentially a good man. He is portrayed as a young man that falls in love and gains...

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