A literary analysis of Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte
Malice and love in Wuthering Heights illuminate that early 19th century England could not accept or nurture-unbridled love causing blind rage and an almost unquenchable desire for revenge. Heathcliff is blindly in love with Catherine and is consumed with the fires of hatred and malice when he is unable to marry Catherine. His only driving force is that of revenge.
<Tab/>Bronte's diction in Wuthering Heights shows the undying, yet impossible love, between Heathcliff and Catherine. Catherine's desire to live a genteel life with money and privilege makes their marriage imposs…
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