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Plot Climax in Wuthering Heights

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In Wuthering Heights, what event causes Nelly and Catherine to meet in the kitchen?

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1. In Wuthering Heights, who saves Hareton from tragedy?

2. Who does Hindley blame for the near tragedy in Wuthering Heights?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Assess the climax in Wuthering Heights, when the lovers' tension also comes to a peak. Test yourself on specifics like Catherine in the kitchen and Hareton being rescued.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Topics covered include:

  • The target of Hindley's blame
  • Catherine's feelings about her love interests
  • Nelly's conversation with Catherine

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding what happened to Hareton
  • Making connections - use understanding of the climax in the book and how it's connected to Catherine
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on the climax of Wuthering Heights

Additional Learning

Gain a better understanding of the peak of this novel with the lesson entitled Plot Climax in Wuthering Heights. The following will be covered:

  • The names of the families involved in the story
  • Summary of the plot
  • The meaning of plot climax
  • An 'almost-tragedy'
  • Catherine's conversation that is misjudged by a certain character
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