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Set in the wild, rugged state of Yorkshire in northern England during the late eighteenth century, Emily Bronte's masterpiece novel, Wuthering Heights, obviously exemplifies that the battle between the 'principles of storm and calm';. The reoccurring theme of this narrative is captured from the intense, almost inhuman love between Catherine and Heathcliff as well as the numerous barriers preventing their union. The fascinating tale of Wuthering Heights is told mainly through the eyes of Nelly Dean, the former slave into both excellent estates, to Mr. Lockwood, the current tenant of the Grange. The narrative of Wuthering Heights starts with the commendable Earnshaw family. Following a his trip to Liverpool, old Mr. Earnshaw returns home to Wuthering Heights with 'a filthy, ragged, black-haired kid'; called Heathcliff. As he grows older, Heathcliff, to the dismay of Hindley Earnshaw, usurps the affections of not just Hindley's dad, but also that of his younger sister Catherine. Afterward, in part as a consequence of his jealous behavior, Hindley is sent off to college. Years later due to old Mr. Earnshaw's death, a wed Hindley returns, today the master of Wuthering Heights. Intent on revenge, Hindley treats Heathcliff as a servant and frequently attempts to violate Heathcliff and Catherine's unique bond. Before Hindley can do more harm however, Fate seems to measure in. Due to a leg injury, Catherine is forced to remain at Thrushcross Grange, the neighboring estate of Wuthering Heights, where she thus meets...