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Emily Bronte died in December of 1848 only ten months after Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels originally published their famous or infamous Communist Manifesto and there is no proof that she ever laid eyes on the pamphlet. Still Marx would have to say a lot about her novel Wuthering Heights especially in regards to his key concepts of class and power. Marx saw social class as the epicenter of inequality in western societies of his time something he concisely expressed by saying that “the history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles.” And class is a driving force of Bronte's novel although the work is mostly perceived as a love story of tragic consequences. However what creates the premise for tragedy is indeed class. Therefore it would be prudent to claim that Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights transforms low-status Heathcliff into someone with power to show lawyer Mr. Green who as seen in this quote purposely delayed his arrival: “He had sold himself to Mr. Heathcliff: that was the cause of his delay in obeying my master's summons.” Heathcliff is yet again cold calculated businessman who seemingly always have a new way to use his power and oppress people that surround him. Emily Bronte albeit inadvertently explores many layers of class power and oppression in her novel. The list of the oppressed is long: Catherine cannot marry man she loves Heathcliff too Hindley feels oppressed because his father treats Heathcliff equally and everyone else who is still around after Heathcliff comes back is abused by him. He indeed not only changed spiritually and psychologically he changed from a member masses to a bourgeois abuser. What changed him was control over money and economic means and as such he is a poster child for Marxist theory.  [...]

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Please used the same thesis below. and i will attached documents below for more instructions. no plagiarism do not use outside source using only Withering Heights. i have some points below you can used. and i need a title also. in the conclusion you just have reword thesis. make sure have an points agree with with argument you trying to make. If you take about a maxist make sure you have supporting points from the reading It has to be APA Style one inch margin 4 pages Revised Thesis Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights transforms low-status Heathcliff into someone with power to show how individuals who control economic means in society use those means to oppress ones who do not have them. Quote 1 and explanation. Heathcliff’s three-year long absence from Wuthering Heights is never explained in detail. We can only guess how he came back well-spoken and well-off and one of the possible answers could be that he was involved in slave trade still going on at that time and made his fortune that way. In the only instance he personally talks about slavery his words are, on one hand ambiguous, and, on the other, almost descriptive of his situation. He was badly treated while growing up, thus the tyrant and the slave comparison. But, in this new environment he, a former slave, is a tyrant who crushes those beneath him. "The tyrant grinds down his slaves and they don't turn against him; they crush those beneath them" Quote 2 and explanation. Heathcliff, obviously jealous and vengeful talks about the way his beloved Catherine feels of her husband. He does so in terms of property, something that would be more appropriate for someone that holds some wealth in his hands. In this sentence he is a perfect capitalist, he believes she sees Edgar as a piece of her property, a dog or a horse, he says. "He is scarcely a degree dearer to her than her dog, or her horse––it is not in him to be loved like me" (148) Quote 3 and explanation 'That the two cousins may fall in love, and get married. I'm acting generously to your master: his young chit has no expectations, and should she second my wishes she'll be provided for at once as joint successor with Linton.' Heathcliff again talks business here as he is planning to marry Linton and younger Catherine just for the sake of obtaining control over Thrushcross Grange from Edgar who will die soon. By marrying the two he wants to insure himself and his plans of success. This takeover, as everything else Heathcliff does since his return in driven by revenge, for which he now has power to exact. Quote 4 and explanation. “He had sold himself to Mr. Heathcliff: that was the cause of his delay in obeying my master's summons.” When on his deathbed Edgar realized about Heathcliff’s plans he wanted to change his will and protect Catherine with it. He called for a lawyer Mr. Green, who as seen in this quote, purposely delayed his arrival, changing, at the same time, his employer. Heathcliff is yet again cold, calculated businessman who seemingly always have a new way to use his power and oppress people that surround him.

Subject Area: Literature

Document Type: Reports

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11.27.2016

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