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Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplements 81 (59):9- (2006)
|Abstract||In Wuthering Heights a man and a woman fall in love and their passion for each other wreaks havoc on several lives, theirs included.1 Long after his beloved is dead, Heathcliff’s life revolves entirely around his love for her. Frustrated by events, his grand romantic passion expresses itself in destructive spasms of antisocial behavior. Catherine, the object of this passion, marries another man on a whim, but describes her feelings for him as like superficial foliage, whereas “her love for Heathcliff resembles eternal rocks beneath.” “I am Heathcliff,” she declares, shortly before dying at the age of nineteen|
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