Wuthering Heights-Love is what drives Heathcliff to insanity
Wuthering Heights, a gothic romance by Emily Bronte, tells the gruesome story of
a Byronic hero trying to win his true love over. Heathcliff's love for Catherine Earnshaw
comes from the bottom of his heart since his very introduction to her as a child, but social
standards will not allow their romance to flourish. This separation causes loves'
unbearable force to drive Heathcliff insane. This becomes evident through his purpose
for his revenge, his obsession with Catherine and his relationship in his son's life.
Society tears Heathcliff apart from his true love forcing him to dire…
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