Wuthering Heights Beginning
Emily Bronte, the author of Wuthering Heights (nee Ellis Bell; 1818 in England – died 1848), has one novel, Wuthering Heights which is a work that mids emotion and hatred and Emily is the best of the three Bronte brothers. But her life was secret and her work record was very poor because she tended to be silent and quiet.
Wuthering Heights published in 1847 and written by Emily Bronte combines romance with realism, judged immoral by some, and praised by others for its power and authenticity.
The story begins when Mr. Earnshaw travels on a business trip to the city meets a homeless orphan child in a street, takes him home to the countryside, gives him the name Heathcliffe.
Unfortunately, the boy meets the unrelenting firstborn of all the members of the house except Mr. Earnshaw and his daughter Catherine, who take Heathcliffe as a close friend.
Wuthering Heights Continues
Wuthering Heights continues with Mr. Earnshaw’s son Hendley, who sees that he has taken his place abuses him and torments him after Lady Earnshaw’s death.
Mr. Earnshaw decides to send his son, Hendshaw to military school for misconduct and constant assault on Heathcliffe.
Years later, Mr. Earnshaw dies and Hendley comes home with his beautiful and rich wife.
always recalling that Heathcliffe was the reason for his attendance at the military school and the ill-treatment he received there.
He fires Heathcliffe, handing out his salary to the other servants in the house, and forbade him to see Catherine
In time, Heathcliffe turns into a filthy young man with no humanity in his heart because of abuse and physical violence.
Catherine marries a childhood friend, Edgar Lynton, for wealth and influence; Heathcliffe marries Edgar’s sister
Isabella to take revenge on her and her family Catherine dies in childbirth.
Catherine falls in love with Heathcliffe’s son, who was planning to take her father’s fortune.
Heathcliffe and his son die at the end of the novel. Catherine marries Hendley Earnshaw’s son, Hariton.