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1. What is inscribed above the entrance of Wuthering Heights?

2. What kind of countryside surrounds Wuthering Heights and Thrushcross Grange?

3. What destination does the young Catherine have in mind when she leaves Thrushcross Grange for the first time?

4. What is the name of the village near Wuthering Heights?

5. In what region of England was Emily Brontë raised?

6. Who plans to live at Thrushcross Grange at the end of the novel?

7. Over the course of the novel, which characters claim to see Catherine’s ghost?

8. On what day do young Catherine and Hareton plan to be married?

9. Why does young Catherine climb over the garden wall?

10. Who raises Hareton during the early years of his life?

11. Who does Lockwood believe would have given young Catherine a fairy tale life, if only she would have fallen in love with him?

12. Which of the following characters dies first?

13. Which of the following characters dies last?

14. According to Heathcliff, when will Catherine’s body decompose?

15. Where does Lockwood record Nelly’s story?

16. Which character speaks the words “I am Heathcliff!”

17. Which three names does Lockwood find inscribed in the window ledge near his bed at Wuthering Heights?

18. Where does Earnshaw originally find Heathcliff?

19. Where is Catherine buried?

20. At what age is Linton taken away from Thrushcross Grange by Heathcliff?

21. At what age is Linton reunited with young Catherine?

22. Whom does Hindley force to work as a servant in his home?

23. Whom does Heathcliff force to work as a servant in his home?

24. Where do Catherine and Heathcliff first become close?

25. Whom does Edgar Linton sometimes forbid his daughter to visit?

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