The Over All Power of Revenage based on Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte

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Heathcliff determination for revenge Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte is not an actual love story; it is built on revenge and not on love. Love is weaker than revenge. In this story, Heathcliff spend most of his time planning his revenge instead of going after Catherine, who he loves. Being deeply in love with someone should show some kind of happiness for one another instead of seeking revenge. Heathcliff dedication for revenge is greater than the love he has for Catherine. An innocence gypsy boy grows up with the Earnshaw. As he grows up the Earnshaw and Linton families mistreat Heathcliff for so long. Revenge. Only shows us that getting back at everyone at any cost is better than being in love, plus love is for the weak and revenge is …show more content…
She wants a future and doesn’t want to settle for less since Hindley made Heathcliff into a servant. She is marrying Edgar and not Heathcliff because of status, and Edgar is rich. She also shows how she feels about both Heathcliff and Edgar: “he's more myself than I am. Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same, and Linton's is as different as a moonbeam from lightning, or frost from fire.” Knowing that Catherine's marry makes Heathcliff life miserable since he is not allowed to see her and is shock that Catherine chooses Edgar over him. Heathcliff then decide to make her miserable as well and seek revenge on her. The fact, she love Heathcliff describes Edgar is only an option; she never shows any details to have real feelings for Edgar. Heathcliff tell us: “I seek no revenge on you”… “The tyrant grinds down his slaves and they don’t turn against him: they crush those beneath them” (pg84) ironically Heathcliff tell us he will not seek revenge to Catherine but his actions show us he still when to get Catherine. When Heathcliff leaves and returns three years later; He attempts to see how Catherine’s doing and if he could win her love. Aware that she is married, Heathcliff returns as a gentleman and with money but doesn’t win Catherine back. Therefore Heathcliff starts his revenge by seeing and marrying Isabella, who is Edgar sister; and is trying to get Catherine

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