Emily Bronte was born in Thornton, Yorkshire inbut her family moved to a nearby village called Haworth when she was eighteen months old.
Thus, Heathcliff symbolizes evil because he never forgives people as time progresses even if they have no control in the actions taken by others. Now, Heathcliff has taken both Hindley's father and son away from him. In the novel Wuthering Heights, Emily Bronte uses setting to establish contrast, to intensify conflict, and to develop character.
Thus, Heathcliff symbolizes evil by not limiting his wicked actions when carrying out his revenge.
Heathcliff appears, and Nelly flees. These choices influence their futures and can completely alter the course of the novel. After working his way back into Wuthering Heights, Heathcliff aims for Thrushcross Grange, directing the second part of his revenge towards Edgar by encouraging Isabella's infatuation.
The fascinating tale of Wuthering Heights is told mainly through the eyes of Nelly Dean, the former servant to the two great estates, to Mr.
When he comes indoors, Catherine becomes almost giddy with happiness at the sight of him, and their obvious affection for one another makes Edgar uncomfortable and jealous. Their love for each other is strong and at the moment this shows no reasons why we should hate Heathcliff.