Vengeance: A Comparative Study Of Heathcliff And Martina Cole's Marie

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VENGEANCE: A comparative study of Emily Bronte’s Heathcliff and Martina Cole’s Marie. Abstract Emily Bronte published Wuthering Heights in 1847 and passed away the following year. In this novel, she created the protagonist Heathcliff, an orphan who after adoption became victim of everyone’s hatred & cruelty thus deprived of all basic aspect of life. He grew up with a feeling of extreme vengeance as motive of life and teaches everyone a lesson for their wrong doing. Martina Cole came up with Faceless in the year 2001 with Marie Carter as the lead. Her family disliked and disowned her because of her rebellious and un-conventional approach towards life. It made her go astray in life, getting associated with wrong people thus ending up in prison on charges of murdering her two friends. After being released from prison, she learnt about the conspirator who damaged not only her life but also the life of her children, parents etc. This article explores how Heathcliff and Marie were created equal by their respective creators. Vengeance was part of their existence. They were alike in the treatment met to them by society and family, experienced deception in love, and defied society norms. Finally both Emily and Martina make their respective protagonist succeed in their own way of vengeance. Keywords: Vengeance, Deception, Rebel, Hatred Introduction Heathcliff and Marie Carter were created equal by Emily and Martina respectively. They were painted with the same brush. They came

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