The Character of Heathcliff in the novel, Wuthering Heights
Throughout the novel, Wuthering Heights, the reader is exposed to the themes of revenge, social class, and love through the character of Heathcliff. Throughout the novel, Heathcliff is described as an inhuman monster-who demonstrates great acts of evil. From a literary perspective, he is more the embodiment of the Byronic hero, a man of stormy emotions. He strikes the reader as such an interesting character because of how his nature greatly changes from the beginning of the book to the ending, therefore, the theme of the "loss of innocence" can also be somewhat connected with Heathcliff…
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