What is the importance of the title Wuthering Heights?
Wuthering Heights is a gothic novel published in 1847, in which two people fall in love but due to social norms cannot be together. With both their hearts broken drama runs high, Catherine on one hand goes mad from being unable to live with her love Heathcliff and having married another man. Heathcliff becomes enraged that his love has married another and plans revenge against Catherine and her new family as well as the family that raised him.
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The title Wuthering Heights is the name of the manor which is the central location for the story. The word wuthering described rough and windy...
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fromChapter 6 / Lesson 2
The twin houses of Emily Bronte's 'Wuthering Heights,' Wuthering Heights and Thrushcross Grange, could not be more different. The differences in these two estates parallels the differences between the inhabitants of each. Let's take a look at the contrast between these two domiciles.