Question: English & Literature

How do the themes of revenge and forgiveness develop the work of Wuthering Heights?
In English & Literature | Asked by bookragstutor
Asked from the Wuthering Heights study pack
Answers

The revenge theme is prevalent throughout the novel and without it, it just becomes yet another classic tale of thwarted love. But, because there is a revenge theme, Heathcliff is driven to more actions. And without revenge, there could be no redemption or forgiveness at the end.

MHood2 | 586 days ago