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Wuthering Heights is a book whose main character is believed to have a double meaning. He's said to be equally the dispossessed and the dispossessor, sufferer of class arch and hatred -- exploiter, he simultaneously occupies the functions of working class outsider and brutal capitalist. Heathcliff has these traits for his or her experiences. He's a character moulded by his past. Heathcliff is a personality defined by his sympathetic past. Growing up as an orphan from a tender age, deprived of a structured family and household support system, exposed to the adverse influences life provided, it is virtually a certainty that his behaviour will not be of an ideal gentleman. Heathcliff was embraced by Mr Earnshaw. He was then given a nicely organized and stable family including a brother Hindley and sister Catherine. Mr Earnshaw made certain that no one took advantage of Heathcliff and thrown out his affection on Heathcliff. Nevertheless Heathcliff became overwhelmed by all the affection and attention, manipulated the situation and used it for his advantage. Hindley, being the sole biological son of Mr Earnshaw was envious of the connection shared between Mr Earnshaw and Heathcliff and burned with fury. He made no effort to hide his resentment toward Heathcliff. Hindley loathed Heathcliff to such an extent that when Mr Earnshaw died, he treated Heathcliff more like a slave and for bided him to speak to Catherine. Life subsequently became miserable for Heathcliff and then became revival driven. Hindley's abusive and arrogant attitude toward Heathcliff, resulted in the series of revengeful events which occurred in the publication. Hindley was instrumental in moulding Heathcliff into the damaging character that he became. As we.