Loss and Bereavementin Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights


Wuthering Heights is one of the master pieces not only of the Victorian novel , but of all English novel. In Bronte's Wuthering Heights, people try to establish new type of liaisons with their neighbourhood though of dissimilar social ranks and behaviours. This attempt or hope for establishing such relationships is intercepted and severely picked on by their inner conflicts, desires, manners, emotions, and deeds. People of Heights destroy not only themselves but the members of the Grange. So, each of the two families member is going to lose something or everything. Wuthering Heights deals with the theme of loss. Each character in Wuthering Heights loses something or everything for certain reasons in his (her) mind .The researcher is going to analyze these reasons and explain some of them. The researcher has reached at a conclusion which is to consider Edgar Linton who loses each and every thing as a big loser of the novel. Supporting his opinions by some critics' opinions, the researcher will justify these reasons reaching at aim out of this paper.