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 for the strong. Heathcliff has a grudge on the two families and is determined for vengeance sooner or later. Heathcliff starts off as a young innocent boy, who does not know anything. He is adopted by the Earnshaw family, and then Hindley mistreat Heathcliff as they grow up. Hindley notice that Mr. Earnshaw, his father favors Heathcliff more than him, right away he sees Heathcliff as an enemy. Hindley goes to college and later returns after his father death and seeks revenge on Heathcliff by putting him back to his place. “He has been blaming our father (how dared he?) for treating H. too liberally; and swears he will reduce him to his right place.”(pg15) Hindley starts by mistreating Heathcliff again just as Hindley did in the first place. His grudge of Mr. Earnshaw's love for the gypsy sets off a reaction for abuse and mistreatment towards him. He physically abuses Heathcliff makes him sleep next to the horses, brings him down to a servant and is not allowed to see Catherine. Hindley’s determ... ... middle of paper ... ...r Catherine. Heathcliff love for Catherine was not that strong as the way he felt for revenge for the reason that he spends most of the time and years getting back at the people who never care of his feelings. Emily Bronte tells us that revenge does not make things better, only worse and how negative it can be. As well as Heathcliff’s whole life on seeking revenge during the whole story shows his pride and joy to get back at everyone that mistreated him and does not care who he hurts along the way. He seeks revenge on Catherine so that she can feel how miserable he is without her. Even though he loves her, his love for revenge is more determine. Spending all the time for revenge proves that love is only a temporary thing. Vengeance only shows us that getting back at everyone at any cost is well-being than in being in love, and love is for the weak and not revenge.

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