Wuthering Heights: Chapterwise summary and analysis – 1

Wuthering Heights Chapterwise Summary and Analysis: Chapter 1 to 11 Chapter 1 : The novel opens with a  description of the main settings ’Wuthering Heights’ and main character Heathcliff by Lockwood, the primary narrator of the novel. The date is the beginning of the nineteenth century.  Lockwood finds the natural settings of his new hideout … Read moreWuthering Heights: Chapterwise summary and analysis – 1

Wuthering Heights Chapter 6 Summary and Analysis

Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights Chapter VI Summary and Analysis This chapter marks a turning point in Heathcliff’s life and this is from where the drift between him and Cathy begins. The two grow more reckless because of punishments and sneak out to the Grange one day. They are caught their and while Cathy remains on … Read moreWuthering Heights Chapter 6 Summary and Analysis

Wuthering Heights Chapter 5 Summary and Analysis

Wuthering Heights Chapter 5: Summary and Analysis   In this chapter Nelly Dean takes Lockwood deeper into the heart wrenching story of Heathcliff and Catherine. Catherine was a naughty creature which her father disliked. His health had started failing him with age. While Catherine is a bold and defiant girl, it makes readers feel all … Read moreWuthering Heights Chapter 5 Summary and Analysis

Wuthering Heights Chapter 4 Summary and Analysis

Emily Bronte’s ‘Wuthering Heights’ chapter 4 Summary and Analysis   Lockwood was feeling lucky to have found a place where he could live in peace and away from society and its rush. However, he soon started feeling the need for social company and in order to have some, he thought Nelly Dean, his housekeeper would … Read moreWuthering Heights Chapter 4 Summary and Analysis

Wuthering Heights Chapter 3: Summary and Analysis

Chapter III Wuthering Heights: Summary and Analysis   The third chapter is very important in terms of understanding Heathcliff’s character and behavior. Readers get a first impression of what Catherine might have been like. This turns out to be a scarier meeting than the first Lockwood had with Heathcliff. He has a nightmarish experience because … Read moreWuthering Heights Chapter 3: Summary and Analysis

Summary and Analysis of Wuthering Heights Chapter 2

 Wuthering Heights Chapter 2: Summary and Analysis   In this chapter Lockwood has a second repelling visit to Wuthering Heights. While he had no intentions of leaving his study table, being bored he sets for Wuthering Heights again where he has to struggle at the gate for someone to open it for him. Joseph showed up … Read moreSummary and Analysis of Wuthering Heights Chapter 2

Wuthering Heights Chapter 1 Summary and Analysis

Wuthering Heights Chapter 1: Summary and Analysis   Wuthering Heights begins at a point which is set somewhere near the end of the entire Heathcliff-Catherine saga. The first chapter introduces us to Heathcliff at a point where  most of the romantic action has passed and he is now being the Frankenstein to others. This chapter … Read moreWuthering Heights Chapter 1 Summary and Analysis

Critical Evaluation of Wuthering Heights

A critical analysis of Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights. Wuthering Heights is a novel full of contradictions. The environment at Grange contradicts that at the Heights and so do their inmates and their ways of life. Heathcliff is a contradiction set against the meek and lean Edgar Linton, while Catherine is also a complex character, a … Read moreCritical Evaluation of Wuthering Heights

Character of Catherine Earnshaw in Wuthering Heights

Wuthering Heights Characters: Catherine Earnshaw Catherine Earnshaw is one of the leading characters in the Novel Wuthering Heights. She maintains an impressive and powerful presence in the novel even after her death. Catherine grows up as a free spirit in Earnshaw family with Heathcliff. The two explore their surroundings together and share each other’s feelings. … Read moreCharacter of Catherine Earnshaw in Wuthering Heights

Role of Social Class in Wuthering Heights

What role does social class and class ambiguity play in Wuthering Heights? To what extent is Heathcliff’s social position responsible for the misery and conflict so persistent in the book? Social class plays an important role in shaping the plot of Wuthering Heights.  Heathcliff’s social class and that of the other characters has a deep influence … Read moreRole of Social Class in Wuthering Heights