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In Wuthering Heights, Emily Bronte tells the story of a love affair which takes place two times in the narrative; original using Heathcliff, Catherine, and Edgar and then together with another generation of kids, Hareton, Cathy, and Linton. From the first generation there's the presence of love but there's also a strong underlying current of hatred and the desire for revenge. In the next generation There Is Absolutely No need for revenge and the affair is left to who can love who by their parents' wishes. In the very first generation Heathcliff has so much hate building up within him that he loses the battle over Catherine into Edgar because he is too busy trying to plot of approaches to reunite at Hindley. This loss is also accounted for by Catherine's selfishness within her want to be a member of the Grange and to have live that sort of lifestyle. It is because of this that she rules out the possibility of marrying Heathcliff and stays with Edgar instead. She thinks of Heathcliff as barbaric and doesn't see and profit in marrying him. Heathcliff at one point in time was caring and kind towards people until his loss of Catherine. At the close of the book when Catherine's soul eventually finds Heathcliff the reader sees that he is extremely happy. Due to Edgar's riches Catherine chooses to remain with him, Although her love for Heathcliff is obvious. The second generation of fans is completely controlled by their own parents. Cathy has no idea th...