Essay title: Wuthering Height
This novel is one of the greatest literatures, which are filled with knowledge and absurdity of human behavior related to love, and it touches me quite a lot. I think this novel will be effective for a reader who wants to deeply consider human behavior.
Emily Bronte wrote this novel, which is one of the greatest in the world. This is her only full-length novel and the main theme of this novel has to do with love and hate between two families, the Earnshaws and the Lintons, over two generations. One tragic love is that of the leading characters, Heathcliff and Catherine, which is taken over by their children and resolved in the end.
Heathcliff, a former gypsy child, was alone until the day he was found by a fine gentleman called Mr. Earnshaw and brought up like his own child with his other two children, Hindley and Catherine, in the house called Wuthering Heights. Though Hindley hated Heathcliff, Catherine accepted him, and they got on very well until Mr. Earnshaw had died. After Mr.
Earnshaw's death, Hindley took over his father's authority and begun to treat Heathcliff like a servant in Wuthering Heights. Heathcliff and Catherine were divided, and the gulf between them became much wider when they met two people called Edgar and Isabella Linton. They were rich and noble neighbors, and Catherine liked them. She became closer and closer to the Lintons, and she often stayed at their place called Grange instead of meeting her old, sincere friend, Heathcliff. He became isolated again.
In contrast to her relationship with Heathcliff, Edgar and Catherine grew close, and one day, Edgar asked her to marry him. Catherine was forced to make the difficult decision between her love for Heathcliff and another, different love for Edgar. Catherine decided to accept Edgar's offer, and when he heard that news late at night, Heathcliff ran away from Wuthering Heights and disappeared. From that day, Heathcliff was firmly.