Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights 'And Paper Towns'

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Thesis Statement: Emily Bronte “Wuthering Heights” centers around the story of an orphan boy, who express his frustrate love for Catherine; whereas “Paper Towns” written by John Green highlights the character of a young boy who fell in love with the girl next door.

In Emily Bronte’s novel Wuthering Heights and Paper Towns by John Green addressed the common subject of love, both romantic and familial. Emily Bronte largely illustrates the power of destructive love using the character of Heathcliff as the story mostly centers around him and draws on the vengeful and malignant motives he has of not only to take revenge on those who wronged him but also their heirs to obtain the satisfaction of vengeance. The novel Wuthering Heights was written during the Victorian Era, but the story was set during the Romantic period. There were few elements of Romanticism, one of them surely
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Relationships don 't always work out, and every love has its faults. Wuthering Heights is an educational story as it portrays love in a realistic manner. It 's not a "perfect" love story, but rather a realistic one which truly professes the difficulties relationships may face. The theme of love also shows the destructiveness of relationships and how a broken relationship can lead to the need for revenge. I strongly believe that the theme of revenge and its harsh effects is one which offers readers many valuable lessons and insights into the bleak, austere world of the novel. Teenager can also learn many lessons throughout the novel such as selflessness, pre-judgement of individuals, and the impact of negative choice. We, as a teenager can relate to the events occur throughout the novel while still being able to take away valuable messages that can utilize in our daily
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