He is the son of Heathcliff and Isabella
Where does Lockwood have to stay in Chapter One because of the snow?
She is the housekeeper at Wuthering Heights when Lockwood visits.
He is Isabella's older brother and marries Catherine Earnshaw.
He is a household servant who is very religious and rude.
She is Hindley's wife.
The narrator of the novel; he is a gentleman from England and comes to Thrushcross Grange to be a tenant.
He is an orphan in the beginning and is taken in by Mr. Earnshaw.
He is the son of Hindley and Frances
He is the local doctor who appears when characters are sick or dying.
The Linton's bulldog; she attacks Catherine on her first visit to Thrushcross Grange.
She is one of the main narrators; she has been a servant for the Earnshaws and Lintons all of her life.
What is the name of the Linton family's estate?
She is Edgar's younger sister; she has a son named Linton.
She marries Edgar Linton.
What year does Lockwood come to Wuthering Heights?
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earnshaw; he hates Heathcliff because his father and sister favor him.
She is the daughter of Catherine and Edgar Linton.
This character is completely in love and obssesed with Cathy Sr.
This character is Heathcliff's love interest, she grew up at Wuthering Heights
This character marries Catherine Sr and lived at Thrushcross Grange
This character was Hindley's son
This character is the daughter of Cathy Sr and Edgar Linton
This character despises Heathcliff
This character is Isabella and Heathcliff's son
This character is Edgar's sister
This character is first narrator of the story
This character is the second narrator in the story, she is super biased
This character is an old servant that is religious
Which estate represents being closed off and confined
Which estate represents liveliness and wealth?
This is the author of Wuthering Heights
Where did Cathy and Heathcliff go to escape Wuthering Heights
What is the village outside of Wuthering Heights?
What spooked Lockwood at the beginning of the book?
What special day do Catherine and Hareton plan on being married?
Where does Lockwood keep Nelly's story?
Who finds Heathcliff's body
What point of view is the novel written in?
What is one main theme (especially with Heathcliff)?
Which two characters saw Catherine's ghost?
Who raised young hareton?
What year does the book begin?
Last name of Wuthering Height's author
First narrator; pompous and assuming
Mr. Earnshaw's daughter
Where Cathy and Linton would meet
What Heathcliff orders the sexton to uncover
The man who degraded young Heathcliff
Religious fanatic; servant at the Heights
The town where Heathcliff was found
Heathcliff, a dark-haired _______
What Heathcliff put in Catherine's locket
Second narrator; biased housekeeper
What Lockwood saw in Cathy Sr's window
Isabella's dog's breed
The inscription above the doorway that Hareton read to Cathy Jr.
The man that Cathy Sr. marries
What Linton sends to Cathy; Nelly intercepts them
The home of the Earnshaws
The home of the Lintons
Number of years Heathcliff is gone from the Heights
The one character who fled and and did not return
Wuthering Heights' genre
Emily Brontë's pseudonym
Town closest to the Heights
Original home of the Earnshaws
Original home of the Lintons
Heathcliff's religious servant
Faithful servant that narrates most of the story
Love interest for Heathcliff and Edgar
Protagonist of the novel
Symbol for freedom in the novel
Represents a bad omen
Husband of Cathy Sr.
Cathy and this person say they have the same soul
Daughter of Edgar Linton
Son of Heathcliff
Edgar's naive sister
Son of Hindley Earnshaw
A servant at Wuthering Heights
Marries Cathy Jr.
Rents Thrushcross Grange
What does Linton want to do on his perfect day?
What does Cathy Jr. want to do on her perfect day?
How many weeks did Cathy Sr. disappear to the Grange?
How many years did Heathcliff disappear?
What bird did Nelly compare Heathcliff to?
What city was Heathcliff found?
What city did Isabella flee to?
This man take sin Heathcliff.
This kind of countryside surrounds the estates
Cathy and HEathcliff plan to live here at the end of the novel.
Author of Wuthering Heights.
Lockwood and Heathcliff claim to see whose ghost?
Catherine and Hareton plan to married on _______________.
Isabella warns Heathcliff that Hindley has a ______.
Catherine appears to Lockwood in a __________.
What does Cathy climb over the garden wall to retrieve?
She raised Hareton in the early years of his life.
Catherine tells Nelly " I am __________!"
Heathcliff was in an embarrassing situation when he returned to Wuthering Heights, to find that Edgar and the love of his life, Catherine, had married.
Heathcliff has to try hard to gain possession over Wuthering Heights.
Mr Lockwood immediately enjoyed Heathcliff's presence!
At the end of the book, Heathcliff gained possession over Wuthering Heights and Thrushcross Grange
Hidley and Isabella tormented Heathcliff about the marriage of Catherine and Edgar.
Mr Earnshaw concluded an opinion about Heathcliff, which Hidley did not like.
Hindley enjoyed creating malicious statements about Heathcliff. He wanted to make Mr Earnshaw detest Heathcliff with these messages.
For all his life, Heathcliff believed that Catherine was the most beautiful woman he had ever seen!
Isabella and Heathcliff regularly argued during their marriage. This is what caused Isabella to leave him.
Hindley ridiculed Heathcliff because he believes that his father is closer to Heathcliff than him.
why is erin so cool
the monstrous antagonist in the novel; extremely passionate and vengeful
the favorite of Nelly; grows up at Thrushcross Grange and is eventually forced to live at Wuthering Heights
does not celebrate his daughter's birthday
Heathcliff's naive lover; mother of Linton Heathcliff
one of the main narrator's of the novel; often biased toward certain characters
serves as a reader proxy
the most religious character in the novel
Hindley's simpering wife
drops Hareton off the bannister of the staircase in Wuthering Heights
the rightful master of Wuthering Heights in Joseph's eye during the second generation of the novel
foil to Cathy Jr. in the fact that she is very lively while this character can barely walk around because he is so weak
the dark, isolated, foreboding setting in the novel where many characters become more animalistic
the setting where Catherine gets attacked by a dog and is forced to reside at for 5 weeks
an artistic movement that occurred during the time period the novel was written in; focuses on natural elements and strong emotions
WH can be described as a _____ novel, due to its examples of extreme weather/landscapes and suggestions of the supernatural
a major symbol within the novel; highlights the of isolation; examples include locked gates and dog attacks
the doctor responsible for the area of Gimmerton and the estates of Wuthering Heights and Thrushcross Grange
has a soft spot for Heathcliff that causes jealousy in Hindley
an element that is found throughout the novel; emphasis on hauntings and ghosts
the name of Isabella's white springer spaniel
the social class of the Linton family
the social status Heathcliff achieves after he leaves Wuthering Heights for a few years
the social class of the Earnshaws
the pseudonym used by Emily Brontë