Wuthering Heights Book Report By Jamie Jass
The main and important characters in the book are Heathcliff, Catherine, Hareton Earnshaw, and Linton Heathcliff.
Heathcliff in the book is an orphan who was brought to Wuthering Heights by Mr.Earnshaw, he falls in love with his daughter Catherine. When Hindleys dad dies he starts to abuses Heathcliff and treats him like a slave/servant. Catherine marries Edgar Linton which humiliates and makes Heathcliff miserable. He spends the rest of his life seeking revenge on all of them.
Catherine in the book is the daughter of Mr.Earnshaw, she falls in love with Heathcliff and considers them the same person. She marries Edgar Linton because of her social desire.
Hareton Earnshaw in the book is Catherine’s nephew, after his dad dies Heathcliff gets custody of him and makes him a field worker and uses him as revenge on Hindley.
Linton Heathcliff in the book is Heathcliff's son, he is always sick he goes to live with his dad when he is thirteen his dad forces him to marry young Catherine and despises his son Linton dies not long after he is married.
The point of view in this book is most of the events are narrated in Nelly’s voice, Focusing on what she can see and hear she tells how people in the book think and feel and what their motive is all of her comments are based on her own interpretations.
The Conflict of this book is between romance and social acceptance it is shown because Catherine is in love with Heathcliff but because she wants to be accepted in society she marries Edgar Linton. If society would not have pushed her to marry Edgar Linton things with Heathcliff might be different he might not want to seek revenge on everyone and he might be happier than he is in the book.
The climax in the book is when Catherine dies it means that the conflict between her and Heathcliff can’t be resolved, because she dies it drives Heathcliff's revenge and...