Innocence In Wuthering Heights
members of society. This is true for Catherine, the young Cathy, and Isabella. Despite the difficulties that come with living in Wuthering Heights, they must learn to make this shift. In Bronte’s Wuthering Heights, the female transition from innocence to experience occurs through the abandonment of naivety, forged independence, and the ability to face consequences.
Wuthering Heights follows Catherine, Cathy, and Isabella from the time that they are young girls until adulthood, during this time, all three