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The Desire of Emily Brontë

Summary: A psychoanalytical and historical criticism of Emily Brontë's novel Wuthering Heights. A reading of the novel reveals various characters who serve as direct reflections of the love that Brontë herself desired and cherished.
The Desire of Emily Brontë

Love is a pursuit that never ends. After people finally find love, it slips right out of their hands. In Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë, the story demonstrates two generations of lovers that chase one another. She creates a story which could relate to the 21st century. Emily Brontë's wants and needs for love led her to create Wuthering Heights. The characters Catherine Earnshaw Linton, Heathcliff, and Catherine Linton Heathcliff Earnshaw in the novel Wuthering Heights are direct reflections of the love Emily Brontë desires and cherishes.

Throughout the book, the love Emily desired for is illuminated through Catherine Earnshaw Linton. Emily Brontë lived a life which had death surrounding her like the moors. The death of her mother might have not been as significant, but the death of Maria, Elizabeth, and Branwell were, "The eldest sisters, Maria and...

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