Nature in Wuthering Heights


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Where is Wuthering Heights set?

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1. What mishap is rumored to have happened to Nelly Dean in Wuthering Heights?

2. In Wuthering Heights, what event forces Lockwood to have to spend the night at Heathcliff's home?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet will test your understanding of nature's role in Wuthering Heights. This dominant theme is assessed with questions on specifics like the setting of the book and Nelly Dean's 'unfortunate mishap' with nature.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Study the following goals:

  • Understand why Lockwood had to stay with Heathcliff for a night
  • Identify where Catherine longs to be, as she is dying
  • Assess the name of Heathcliff's home

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding Heathcliff's home
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding what may or may not have happened to Nelly Dean and interpret it correctly
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about how the characters in the story interact within their respective settings

Additional Learning

To gain more information about the setting of this book, consider the lesson named, Nature in Wuthering Heights. Topics discussed are as follows:

  • Wild and open land and crags
  • The landscape's contribution to the tone of Wuthering Heights
  • Heathcliff and Catherine
  • Danger and confusion
  • References to nature in the dialogue between the characters