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Hareton, Hindley's son, is a part of this inversion. Heathcliff adopts him However, what makes a crucial difference between the two is love. Heathcliff is crushed. He's the son of Hindley and Frances Earnshaw and the nephew of Catherine Earnshaw, Contrast that with the relationship between Hareton and Cathy. Hindley desires to have Heathcliff's fortune instead of a true relationship with him. on the relationship between Catherine and Linton, Hareton's role is subtle.
Because of the dark, savage environment in which he grows up, the boy becomes an ignorant, dirty and uneducated man, unable to read or write. When Cathy Linton comes to Wuthering Heights sixteen years later, Hareton has not changed, but it is apparent that he sees Heathcliff as his own father and loves him dearly. Heathcliff has a secret regard for Hareton as well, but he wishes him to feel the same pain that he himself experienced in childhood.
Hareton forms an attraction to Cathy, but she dismisses it with disgust, insisting that he is a mindless, rude beast of a man. This only continues after Cathy's husband, Linton Heathcliff, dies, and Cathy becomes accustomed to the terror of Wuthering Heights. She grows just as rude and cold as its inhabitants, and, whenever Hareton expresses any amount of regard or tenderness towards her, she spurns it.
Cathy and Hareton's relationship changes when, eventually, Cathy decides to help him with his secret self-education by teaching him how to read and talk properly.
At first Hareton is uneasy about this, suspecting some patronising trickery, but it soon comes to be that the two fall in love. Heathcliff thus allows his emotions to take him over, and, because of his secret regard for Hareton who in many ways resembles himhis sudden indifference about his enemies' destruction and his increasingly overwhelming desire to be with his soul mate Catherine Earnshaw, he lets the two continue their romance.
Hareton is deeply hurt by his subsequent death, because he views Heathcliff as his true father. He kisses his corpse relentlessly, digging the grave with tears spilling down his cheeks. As Nelly points out, "poor Hareton, the most wronged, was the only one who really suffered much" for Heathcliff's demise: He sat by the corpse all night, weeping in bitter earnest. A quote discussing Hindley missing the funeral.
Hindley has locked Heathcliff out of the house and has threatened to shoot him. Hindley had a gun pointed at Heathcliff but he avoided the shot and it ended up injuring Hindley. Six months after Catherine's death, Hindley dies. Heathcliff becomes the owner of a Wuthering a heights and wants to now raise Hareton.
Young Catherine and Hareton start to gain chemistry with each other. This is very interesting to see of they will end up together. He died true to his character: The first quote is about the death of Hindley.
The second shows the growing relationship between young Catherine and Hareton. Isabella rushes to Wuthering Heights in an atempt to warn Nelly about Hindley becoming hostile towards Heathcliff.
Also she tells that Hindley was not able to bring himself to visit Catherine's funeral and now he has continued drinking heavily. Hindley then attempts to shoot Heathcliff with a knife gun. However the shot backfires, hitting Hindley in the wrist.
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Hindley dies soon after. Heathcliff is revealed to have given Hindley loads of money to appease Hindleys gambling addiction, so Heathcliff in turn inherits Wuthering Heights. Isabella flees to London and has a son named Linton. When Linton is twelve years of age Isabella dies, leaving Linton alone.
Edgar goes to London in an effort to bring Linton home. While Edgar is away, Nelly was to watch over Catherine. Catherine her whole life has been pinning to escape Thrushcross Grange just to visit the Fairy Caves, but Edgar would not let her go. However, while Edgar was away Catherine ran away, stopping at Wuthering Heights, meeting Hareton and they take a liking to one another.
Hindley and Hareton
Nelly catches Catherine, explains that they are cousins and can not be together. Catherine goes home with Nelly promising not to talk about this incident. Hareton Finally, Edgar returns with Linton. Catherine does not like Linton and Heathcliff finds out about his son being home. Heathclicf demands his son be brought to him the next morning.
The next morning Nelly brings Linton to Wuthering Heights and it is revealed that Heathcliff does not care for his son at all. Heathcliff even slanders Linton's mother. London begs Nelly not to go, but she leaves. Chapter 20 then ends. Catherine asks Heathcliff if he is Hareton's father, but he denies, Catherineis confused. Hindley continues to be abused by Heathcliff. Hareton is still young, but Bronte is writing so that the reader will pick up on the love of Catherine and Haareton.
Catherine sees him as a rough boy and low in class. These quotes show what kind of man a Hareton looks like, and that Heathcliff lied about Hareton being his son. Hareton at this point in the story highly represents Heathcliff, this is in terms of reading and other characteristics. Catherine asks if Heathcliff is Haretons father. Heathcliff denies this theory directly going against what Nelly said earlier in the book.
Catherine shows some friendship love towards Hindley foreshadowing something bigger between them. That is pretty much all that Harwton does through these chapters. Five nights and four days I remained, altogether, seeing nobody but Hareton once every morning; and he was a model of a jailor: Heathcliff is being very abusive, Nelly, for one of the first times was afraid of Heathcliff.
Hareton is also very fearful. Catherine convinces Heathcliff to let her go visit Edgar. Catherine requests to visit Edgar at Thrushcross due to his illness. Edgar dies, requesting to be buried next to Elder Catherine. Catherine returns to her nightmare: The best quote from this chapter Hunter used, I hate to copy it but it was the best to back up what I was saying. A note has been given to Catherine, Hareton attempts to read it but Catherine starts to cry.
Catherine mocks his ability to read, and Hareton now feels humiliated. Also Heathcliff starts to see a resemblance of Aunt a Catherine in Hareton.
Hareton accidently shoots himself, a Catherine gives him a book for feeling sorry and promises to teach him to read.
Ellen, what do you think? He began to teach himself to read once; and, because I laughed, he burned his books, and dropped it: The first quote shows the continued struggle for Hareton to read, he begins to teach himself, and the second shows how his ignorance almost gets him killed by a gun bursting.
Hareton attempts to read the note, but can not read. Catherine makes fun of Hareton for not being able to read. This drives Hareton to be very upset, he desperately wants to please Catherine, but constantly feels like he is failing. Due to this, he tries to learn how to read. During this, the same process of Catherine making fun of him occurs. This eventually drives Hareton to become angry and storm off. Hare ton accidentally shoots himself with a gun.
Catherine out of a desperate attempt to make mends with Hareton, asks simply for his forgiveness. Hareton declines and Catherine leaves. Catherine returns later giving Hareton a book. Catherine says she will not make fun of him and she will treat him with respect. Hare ton agrees and they once again are friends. This event is very important.
Cathy asking for forgiveness, mirrors elder Cathy asking Heathcliff for forgiveness. The difference this time however is that Hareton forgives Cathy, breaking the cycle hopefully for good. This quote is about Catherine mocking Hareton attempting to learn reading. Come, you shall take notice of me, Hareton: This quote is of Cathy begging for forgiveness from Hareton. She promises never to mock his reading again.
After Heathcliff's death, Haretona and Catherine are now supposed to marry. He pressed its hand, and kissed the sarcastic, savage face that every one else shrank from contemplating; and bemoaned him with that strong grief which springs naturally from a generous heart, though it be tough as tempered steel" This first quote shows how the death of Heathcliff affected Hareton.
The second shows the upcoming marriage of Hareton and Catherine.
In this conversation it is revealed to Heathcliff that Catherine was given a book by Hareton. Heathcoiff becomes furious and seizes Catherine. He does not hurt her however because he sees elder Catherine in her. Later, Heathcliff witnesses Hareton and Catherine reading together. For the first time Heathcliff feels a change of heart and drops the hatred, hopefully for good. Lockwood visits the heights after Nelly's story is over and he notices all the windows open and a peacefulness in the air.
Possibly Heathcliff has let his vengeful attitude go for good. Heathcliff soon dies, wrapping up the book in a neat bow. He saw, Hareton and Catherine, reading, together.