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Duality in Wuthering Heights

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Which of the following relationships represents duality in Wuthering Heights?

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1. Which of the following forms a duality with Hindley in Wuthering Heights?

2. Which of the following characteristics of Edgar is most opposite of Heathcliff in Wuthering Heights?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The quiz and worksheet offer a chance to test your understanding and revisit what duality related to literature is and how it is used in Wuthering Heights. This resource covers both characters and landscape.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Take the quiz or print out a worksheet to review dualities in the book pertaining to:

  • How it is used to help define characters
  • Which characters form dualities in the book
  • How duality is used to contrast landscape

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge of duality to answer questions regarding its role in defining characters and settings in the book
  • Reading comprehension - see if you were able to pick out the author's use of duality in characterization
  • Interpreting information - review what you know about the landscape duality in the Heights vs. the Grange and infer what each symbolized most

Additional Learning

If you need a refresher on duality or how it relates to this novel, see the provided lesson, Duality in Wuthering Heights for a closer look at:

  • What duality means
  • Hindley, the first character duality of the novel
  • Examining the duality of the two properties
  • The example of duality in Catherine's choice
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