Wuthering Heights

Wuthering Heights

Brilliance In The Stroke Of A Pen
Someone once said, ?No great scoundrel is ever uninteresting.? That someone was probably very famous in their own right but as with all famous or even merely memorable quips, no one seems to remember who spoke, only what was spoken. And, as with all memorable quips, this one is applicable to a great many things in life and imagination. However, this simple phrase is applicable to nothing if not the character of Heathcliff of the novel Wuthering Heights. Admittedly, the human race is forever focused on the characters who intentionally disturb and harm other and create damaging situations to their own avail. Despite, or maybe purely to spite, popular morals, the characters who display an utter disregard for the natural structure of human existence are usually the ones deemed iconic and the most thoroughly scrutinized. As is the case with Emily Bronte?s Heathcliff. Now, if only Bronte?s characters and their motivations were so simple. No, Bronte had to paint brilliance with the stroke of a pen, she had to funnel hate, love, rage, jealousy, passion, and the deepest complexities of human emotion through the tip of

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