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Wuthering Heights and Thrushcross Grange


Good vs. Evil has become the central theme for hundreds of different stories throughout history and for this; its interpretation has become one of the most controversial themes in literature. The interpretation of Good vs. Evil has long been debated between a literal meaning of a battle between individuals or their ideologies or an inner battle between oneself and their ideologies. It is in Wuthering Heights though that Emily Bronte explores the context of Good vs. Evil not as a struggle between one another or oneself but rather as a battle between “storm” and “calm“, and the effect the story's setting has on individuals and their development. The largest contrast taking place in the novel between the two houses that are the homes to most characters in the novel, Thrushcross Grange and Wuthering Heights with Thrushcross Grange as a representative of heaven, light and peace (Good), and Wuthering Heights more suggestive of hell, dark and jealousy(Evil). This is where Bronte is most interested in developing the contrasting feelings for her characters through the placement of two distinct setting as their institution. Bronte thus uses the novel's setting to further develop the characters into the theme of Good vs. Evil.

Wuthering Heights, and its surroundings, depict the cold, dark, and evil side of life coming to symbolize anger, hatred, and darkness. As shown by the name alone, there is a lot of tension within the house, Wuthering being “descriptive of the atmospheric tumult”(7). The Heights mirrors the conditions of its inhabitants, especially Heathcliff. Becoming “barren, its firs stunted, everything seems to crave for the 'alms of the sun' that sustain life.”(5), the stunted plants reflect the inability of anything to flourish or grow normally, just as the characters find it difficult to fulfill their own strong passions, and seek support from outside sources to realize their deepest needs. The Earnshaw children grew up in a world “where human beings, like the trees, grow gnarled and dwarfed and distorted by the inclement climate”(6). Emily Bronte gives the house human characteristics with the use of personification giving the impression of a defensive, unwelcoming environment, just as the protagonists themselves can also been seen as harsh and defensive.

“Both of us were able to look in by standing on the basement, and clinging on the ledge, and we saw -- ah! it was beautiful”(45). The exuberant description by both Heathcliff and Catherine shows a warm, wealthy household in complete contrast to that of the Wuthering Heights, just as the characters themselves are more composed and cultured compared to the almost “savage” inhabitants of Wuthering Heights. Though seen further in the novel this cultured, supposedly luxurious bac论文英语论文网提供整理,提供论文代写英语论文代写代写论文代写英语论文代写留学生论文代写英文论文留学生论文代写相关核心关键词搜索。

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