Taylor 3Heathcliff never finds peace through his revenge. In fact, the only time he trulyfinds happiness is when he gives up his plan for retaliation. Austin O’Malley states“Revenge is like biting a dog that bit you” (O’malley 1). O’Malley’s quote reflectsHeathcliff’s immature need to propagate agony in those who have offended him.Heathcliff’s plan for revenge on Edgar and Catherine is to marry Isabella, who is ignorantof love and of men because she has never experienced either. He wants to hurt Edgar because of his marriage to Catherine, and he wants to get revenge on Catherine bymaking her jealous. Catherine’s death proves that this flawed plan of repayment helpsnothing. Heathcliff, haunted by the ghost of Catherine because he is her “murderer,” stillis motivated by the need for revenge and tries to get young Cathy away from Edgar byhaving her marry his son, Linton. Heathcliff never finds peace until he gives up his planfor revenge just before he dies. When Heathcliff gives up his plan for revenge, he meetsCatherine in death and truly becomes happy once more.(http://www.123helpme.com/view.asp?id=2643)Hindley is one of the main reason for all the revenge in this novel. Right from theget go Hindley did not like Heathcliff. One day when Heathcliff was playing in the fieldswith Cathy , Hindley pushed Heathcliff off the horse and this is where the whole revenge parts came in. But it took Heathcliff a long time before he did get his revenge. Meanwhile Hindley became the head off the household and Heatchcliff became a slave. Whichmade his revenge towards Hindley increase.