"Wuthering Heights" by Emily Bronte.
Author Emily Brontë, in the novel Wuthering Heights, suggests, in my opinion, the theme, that humans of a higher social class wish to be accepted by society so much so that they ruin their own lives and try always to make others happy, unknowingly at first, but later, knowingly. First of all, Catherine Earnshaw realizes her undying love for Heathcliff, but, because he is uneducated and "gypsy-like", she marries the well off Edgar Linton. Throughout her marriage she feels her love for Heathcliff and it is this love that causes her sickness which leads to her death. Then, late…
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