Wuthering Heights

How do the themes of revenge and forgiveness develop the work of Wuthering Heights?

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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.