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The first Catherine was the daughter of Mr. Earnshaw and his wife and the second Catherine was the daughter of Edgar Linton and the first Catherine as " young Catherine". Both of them share the same name as well as the bahavior.

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4. Make a comparison between the first and second Catherine. The first Catherine was the daughter of Mr. Earnshaw and his wife and the second Catherine was the daughter of Edgar Linton and the first Catherine as " young Catherine". Both of them share the same name as well as the bahavior. ...read more.

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Differences: - Catherine loves Wuthering Heights very much while Cathy think that Wuthering Heights is just like a prison. - Nelly tells us that Catherine is violent and mischievous in ( volume 2, ch.3), while in pg. 174, 'her anger was never fierce', tells us that Cathy is deep and tender. ...read more.

Conclusion

Similarities of their appearance. - As Heathcliff saw Catherine in Cathy's eye, this can proved that Catherine and Cathy have a similar appearance. To be conclude, the first and second Catherine are not only share the name, but also have the similar characters, attitudes towards love and the appearance. Nevertheless, they still have some differences on specify aspects. ...read more.

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