However we see how Catherine eventually falls into being a lady through her transformation at Thrushcross Grange.
Nelly refers to Catherine's transformation as a "reform" (Bronte, 1847, pg.
Furthermore, we see how her personality changes with the change in her appearance.
As Catherine confides in Nelly Dean about her acceptance of Edgar's hand in marriage, we discover how her place as a woman in society has been persuaded by the conventions that have been set up for women.
Emily Bronte's 1847 Gothic romance novel, Wuthering Heights, can easily be analysed and critiqued through a feminist lens.