Lockwood to the Yorkshire area and when does he arrive? Why does he seek out Heathcliff?.
Lockwood arrives at the Yorkshire area in a carriage in 1801. He seeks out Heathcliff in order to get rid of misery that both of them have endured.
2. Nelly Dean tells Mr. Lockwood the history of the Earnshaw and the Linton families. Who lives at Wuthering Heights and who lives at Thrushcross Grange?.
- The one who lives at Wuthering Heights is the Earnshaw family.
- The one who lives at Thrushcross Grange is the Linton family.
3. In Mr. Lockwood's dreams, how are his actions different from what the reader expects of this man? How are these actions more like those of others at Wuthering Heights?.
- Mr. Lockwood's dreams are different from what the reader expects because The reader expects Mr. Lockwood to be more rational when the Catherine Linton grabbed his arm but he acts more worriedly. These actions are like others at Wuthering Heights because they are all in agony.
4. How does Heathcliff's life change after Mr. Earnshaw's death? What effect does the change have on his relationship Catherine?.
- Heathcliff is turned into a so called servant by Hindley when Mr. Earnshaw had died. This causes Catherine to marry Edgar Linton instead of Heathcliff because of the want for a social prominence.
5. What does Catherine mean when she says to Nelly Dean in Chapter 9, "I am Heathcliff?".
- Catherine means that she sees herself and Heathcliff as one person.
6. Catherine tells Nelly she will marry Edgar "because he loves me"" and because "he will be rich, and I shall like to be the greatest woman of the neighborhood." Do you think that Catherine should marry Edgar?.
- I think that Catherine shouldn't marry Edgar because she and Heathcliff are in true love, and she only want to marry Edgar to social and tangible benefits.
7. Important to the setting is the contrast between Wuthering Heights and Thrushcross Grange. What are some differences between the two houses?.