But after an injury Catherine or “Cathy’ was forced to reside at the Linton’s, a pristine family who re-molded Cathy into a well mannered, well behaved, well spoiled girl. There is one point in the book where Heathcliff begs Catherine’s ghost to haunt him Just so he can be close to her. Edgar Linton, a rich young man, fell in love with Catherine Earnshaw at a young age.
At her stay with the Linton’s Catherine learned about the value for money and social status. “And I pray one prayer–l repeat it till my tongue stiffens–Catherine Earns haw, may you not rest as long as I am living! Eventually they married and resided at Thrushcross Grange where they had their only child Catherine Linton. Although Catherine does not mistreat Edgar like Heathcliff did to Isabelle, she let it be known to him that her heart truly lies with Heathcliff. Catherine’s daughter, Catherine Linton or young Cathy was forced to face the wrath of Heathcliff.
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He went to extreme lengths after her death Just to be closer to Catherine even if it was Just a hallucination.
His love for Catherine drove Heathcliff to insanity turning him into a bitter old man, who took his troubles out on the people round him.
There are many different forms of love such as; Maternal love, loving a sibling or a family member, loving a best friend or pet, love based on sexual attraction, being in love with somebody or Just loving (caring) about a person. It is, eighteen years or so after her death that he shows signs of insanity. The only thing that does is his long lost love Daisy who lives across the bay.
Writers often take these many forms of the emotion, mold it and turn it into a bestseller. ) Heathcliff at one point in the book even tells Catherine on her deathbed that she’s killing herself herefore she is killing him. Much of what he says and does after Chapter 29 is symptomatic of monomania-hallucinations, insomnia, talking to himself or to Catherine’s ghost, his preoccupation at meals and in conversation, his sighs and moans, his harsh treatment of Cathy and Hareton, and his being haunted by Catherine’s image. We find out that Gatsby doesn’t really love Daisy but he’s in love with the idea of repeating the past and the materialism that comes with Daisy.
She realized that as much as he loved Heathcliff she would never marry him because he had no money or title, so instead she married Edgar Linton. Edgar loved Catherine Earnshaw dearly but Catherine’s feeling did not reciprocate. Young Cathy was trapped into marrying Heathcliffs son Linton Heathcliff. The only point of the mmarriage was Heathcliffs revenge on Catherine (the deceased).
An ill treated Heathcliff was devastated and ran away from the Wuthering Heights Estate, leaving his problems behind him. equally relevant to a diagnosis of Heathcliff is Esquirol’s listing of the causes of onomania: Monomania is essentially a disease of the sensibility. She married Edgar for his money “in my soul and in my heart, I’m convinced I’m wrong ‘… ‘My love for Linton is like foliage in the woods, time will change it” (Bronte, Emily. After Linton Heathcliff dies Catherine is imprisoned at Wuthering heights with Heathcliff, who treats her poorly because she is a constant reminder her mother.