Religion in Wuthering Heights


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Which of the following allusions does Nelly use when describing Joseph in Wuthering Heights?

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1. Which of the following characters represents Bronte's critical view of traditional religion in Wuthering Heights?

2. Which of the following characters explores forgiveness within a religious context in Wuthering Heights?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet tests your understanding of the use of religion in Wuthering Heights. You'll review what you know about the religious terms and the thoughts about religion from the characters.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet provides a chance to test what you know about:

  • The allusion that Nelly uses when she describes Joseph
  • Who represents Bronte's view of traditional religion
  • The character that explores forgiveness in the context of religion
  • Who shuns the idea of living in Heaven

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure you were able to pick out the allusion Nelly uses to talk about Joseph
  • Interpreting information - verify that you correctly interpreted what you read about a character who represents Bronte's views on traditional religion
  • Information recall - see if you can remember who is content with the idea of Heaven in the afterlife

Additional Learning

You can find an accompanying lesson, Religion in Wuthering Heights, to learn more about this topic. This lesson offers a closer look at:

  • Who in society Joseph represents
  • Lockwood's dreams and what they mean
  • The true unforgivable sin
  • Who represents less conventional views in the story