I really like this book, it is such a great classic! Here are my views on it ... http:///2012/12/18/book-review-wuthering-heights/
(1784, aged 18) It was enough to try the temper of a saint, such senseless, wicked rages! There [Catherine] lay dashing her head against the arm of the sofa, and grinding her teeth, so that you might fancy she would crash them to splinters!
Person: *asks simple question* Me: *writes essay length response*
There is a distinct lack of a strong motherly figure in Wuthering Heights. Mrs Earnshaw exits the story less than two years after Heathcliff enters it. Frances Earnshaw dies shortly after giving birth to Hareton,