Role Play Essay On "Wuthering Heights" By Emily Bronte. Write The Conversation Between Heathcliff And Catherine.

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After the death of Catherine, Heathcliff got on thinking of Catherine, although he had won in his revenge plan, but he's not happy at all. Because he has lost his beloved Catherine. One day, he dig out Catherine's coffin, he would like to bury with his woman. Not long after, he was dead peacefully. He met Catherine's soul and they traveled the place they once lived, and their memories are full of each other.Heathcliff: Catherine, my Catherine, is that you, standing right in front of me?Catherine: Yes! Absolutely I am Catherine, Heathcliff. I have waited for you for such a long time, one year? Five years? Or even ten years!Heathcliff: Catherine, I'm sorry! I really miss you a lot. I miss the time we got in the Heights, it is always the most delight years in my life.Catherine: Yes, Heathcliff. I still remember the day you came, brought up by my kind father, I really need to thanks my father, is he who brought you to my life. At first, I didn't fancy you, you looked so cross and dark, exactly a gypsy!Heathcliff: I admitted that I am a gypsy, the first few months is such a nightmare to me! Hit by Hindley, teased by Nelly and you, Catherine. Did I even take revenge on you? No, I didn't , because I admired you, love you wholeheartedly. But not that damnable Hindley, from the first day on. I have been trying to settle how I shall pay Hindley back. I don't care how long I wait, if I can only do it, at last. I hope he will not die before I do! Those bruises he made can't be rubbed off forever, and my anger just keeps on growing everyday.Catherine: Revenge! Everything is just about revenge, how about me? You said you love me, but you've never thought on my side. I was depressed too. I really enjoy the time we had, when we explore the moors, chatting throughout the day. Remember that day we secretly crept into Linton's house? That's really frightened me. Hopefully, there's Linton, he is so gentle and well-educated.Heathcliff: Yes, again, Linton! What the hell is that about Linton? I am jealous about his status, his skin, I wish I can just be that good looking and well-educated, so I can escape from all these teasing, and I can get you, Catherine. You have betrayed me, remember that day in the kitchen. I heard that you said it will degrade you to marry me! Yes, I am cross, not good-looking, uneducated! But how about my heart? My love to you? You've hurt me damn much. I didn't have any confident to challenge with Edgar.Catherine: you have totally misunderstood me, Heathcliff. I didn't love Edgar at all. It is all for your own good. How can you be that selfish? What can I do if you've left? I married Edgar in order to raise your status! Don't you know I have suffered a lot also? I kept on murmuring to Nelly throughout days and nights. I told her that you shall never know how I love you, and that, not because you're handsome, but because you're more myself than I was. Whatever out souls are made of, you and I are the same. My heart was totally broken too. It is...

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