Freudian Approach is a method of reading and understanding literary texts. By applying it to literary texts, one can analyze characters and their psyches all through the events in the novels. This book studies the role of nature and society which change psychology of character continuously. This book analyzes how life influences the characters in the novel and how the characters deal with different situations and places. They are in search for passion and love. They can't do that because of struggle, fight and competition to find the second half of heart. Love and passion are the causes of spiritual illness. This one is worse than physical illness. This book analyzes the passionate love and its influence to change the psyches of characters according to the control of character's personality. It may be the id, the ego or the superego. This book explains this love in Wuthering Heights, which Emily Bronte (1818-1848) wrote in 1847. This book looks into the reasons which spread between the lovers and produce the struggle, hate and conflict between the characters. Studying the psychology the of characters is very important to analyze their attitudes.