Parallels & Contrasts in Wuthering Heights

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Which of the following pairs represents a parallel relationship in Wuthering Heights?

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1. Which of the following is an example of a contrast from Wuthering Heights?

2. In which of the following ways are Edgar and Linton similar in Wuthering Heights?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet provide an assessment and review of the main characters in Wuthering Heights. You'll revisit the descriptions of the characters and which resembled each other or contrasted each other.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The purpose of the quiz and worksheet is to help you review:

  • Your knowledge of parallel and contrast relationships
  • The different characters and their descriptions
  • How the characters were similar or different from each other

Skills Practiced

  • Distinguishing differences - see if you can pick out main differences in the characters to decide if they are parallel or contrast characters
  • Reading comprehension - revisit what you read to pick out key characteristics and descriptors of the people in the story
  • Knowledge application - review what you know about parallel and contrasts to answer questions about the characters in Wuthering Heights

Additional Learning

Refresh your knowledge of this topic in the lesson Parallels & Contrasts in Wuthering Heights. The lesson offers more detail on:

  • What parallel and contrast mean
  • The pairs of characters that are most like each other
  • The characters that are most different
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