Wuthering Heights Essay | Babyish Love-----Isabella Towards Heathcliff

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Babyish Love-----Isabella Towards Heathcliff

Summary: In Wuthering Heights there is no doubt that Isabella's affection towards Heathclff is a sort of infatuation, which can be named by a babyish love but attached with its own obsession. Her sentiments is absolutely blind and unteachable.
There is no doubt that Isabella's affection towards Heathclff is a sort of infatuation, which can be named by a babyish love but attached with its own obsession. Her sentiments is absolutely blind and unteachable. She, in some respect, is provokingly silly enough to deserve her foreseeing misery living in Wuthering Heights and cruel treatments of Heathcliff.

It is Isabella herself who exhibited to Heathcliff a perfect way to strike Linton and Linton family a violent blow. Heathcliff, though he took an aversion, even to an extent of hatred, to the word Linton and things related to Linton, did not have the idea of capitalizing on Isabella's marriage with himself to wage revenge on Linton at the first place. Even Cathy worn him, saying "I like her too well, my dear Heathcliff, to let you absolutely seize and devour her up." And Heathcliff also passed his...

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