T.S.: Heathcliff and Catherine are demon lovers. Through their behavior (conduct) we can say that their love is really passionate (say đắm).
1. Heathcliff acts as a cruel man (embraces, wrenches, grinds (nghiến răng) his teeth, grasps (ghì chặt) at Cath, his eye burn with anguish,…) 2. Cath is willing to do anything possible for H.
3. They swear they will see each other in the other world (next existence).
Through their action, their words, we can conclude that their love is really demonic.
Take note: For their love, we can say that their love is like flame which bursts out before it extinguishes. I want to admit their love is really strong although their flesh is weak. Their love is really morbid (bệnh hoạn). -------------------
The 19th century produced many prominent writers. One of the well-known writers at that time was Emily Bronte. She was born in 1818. She was a person of great writing talent when she was young. She wrote the Wuthering Height novel and in 1847, it was published. The Wuthering Height has become a classic literary work after she died in 1848. This novel told about the unsuccessful love between Heathcliff and Catherine as well as how the destruction themselves and people around them by the unresolvable passionate does. In the frame of this literary essay, chapter 15 described the meet between H and C. We try to find out if H and C were demon lovers or not. First, H was cruel man. The reason was that he had a poor childhood. He was the black sheep of family because he was not Mr. Earnshaw’s own child. Mr. Earnshaw brought him to his home and gave him the name Heathcliff. Mr. Earnshaw had a son, Hindley Earnshaw; and a daughter, Catherine Earnshaw. Mr. Earnshaw treated H as his offspring. Therefore, Hindley envied at H. when Mr. Earnshaw died, Hindley persecuted H and evicted H from the house. So when growing up, H became a cruel and wicked...
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