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Chapter 1 I. Mr. Lockwood (initial narrator) in 1801 A. renting Thrushcross Grange B . visits landlord Mr. Heathclif PowerPoint Presentation
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Chapter 1 I. Mr. Lockwood (initial narrator) in 1801 A. renting Thrushcross Grange B . visits landlord Mr. Heathclif

Chapter 1 I. Mr. Lockwood (initial narrator) in 1801 A. renting Thrushcross Grange B . visits landlord Mr. Heathclif

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Chapter 1 I. Mr. Lockwood (initial narrator) in 1801 A. renting Thrushcross Grange B . visits landlord Mr. Heathclif

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  1. Chapter 1 I. Mr. Lockwood (initial narrator) in 1801 A. renting Thrushcross Grange B. visits landlord Mr. Heathcliff at Wuthering Heights 1. Heathcliff is reserved, unfriendly, irritated with Lockwood C. meets Joseph, old servant at Wuthering Heights 1. assists with Lockwood’s horse and indoor service Per. 5

  2. D. Lockwood likes Heathcliff 1. thinks himself a “misanthrope” like Heathcliff 2. wants to be away from city life 3. recalls an unfulfilled encounter with a girl he met back home E. Lockwood is left alone while Heathcliff helps Joseph retrieve wine 1. teases nasty looking dogs in parlor and is attacked 2. housekeeper Zillah saves Lockwood

  3. F. Heathcliff and Lockwood sit and talk 1. Lockwood is intrigued with Heathcliff 2. decides to return, against Heathcliff’s wishes Chapter 2 II. Next day Lockwood plans to visit Wuthering Heights A. asks for later dinner from his servants and departs on foot

  4. B. arrives at Wuthering Heights 1. main gate and front door locked 2. Joseph refuses to help or greet Lockwood 3. Hareton lets Lockwood in through the back of the house C. encounters Catherine Heathcliff in parlor 1. admires her beauty and youth 2. attempt idle conversation 3. she is rude and inhospitable 4. sees Hareton as gruff and uncivilized yet proud

  5. D. Heathcliff is not happy to see Lockwood E. Lockwood joins them for a meal F. Assumes Heathcliff and Catherine are married G. Assumes Hareton is Heathcliff’s son and is married to Catherine H. Joseph enters and Catherine threatens him

  6. III. Snowstorm hinders Lockwood’s return home A. Heathcliff says there are no accommodations for Lockwood B. Everyone refuses to help Lockwood return to Thrushcross Grange C. Lockwood storms out 1. Joseph sets the dogs to attack 2. Heathcliff and Hareton laugh 3. Lockwood gets bloody nose 4. assisted back into house by Zillah

  7. Chapter 3 IV. Lockwood stays the night at Wuthering Heights A. Zillah takes Lockwood to private room B. sees the names carved in the windowsill 1. Catherine Earnshaw, Catherine Heathcliff, Catherine Linton C. looks through the old books, opens Bible D. reads “diary entries” written in the margins 1. tells of Catherine Earnshaw and Heathcliff when they were kids

  8. E. sees article in Bible V. Lockwood has two nightmares A. first nightmare about JabesBranderham B. second nightmare 1. ghost of Catherine Linton is outside the window C. Lockwood awakes screaming D. Heathcliff enters in anger, fear and sorrow E. Heathcliff yells out the window for ghost to return

  9. VI. Lockwood goes downstairs A. sleeps for a short time in the kitchen B. awakened by Joseph and Hareton C. in parlor room Heathcliff yells at Zillah and Catherine D. Heathcliff takes Lockwood part of the way home through the snow E. returns home hours later, sick from the cold

  10. I. Heathcliff is described as a “misanthrope” A. a person who hates other people and their company B. Lockwood sees himself as the same II. Lockwood’s reminiscing about the girl he “almost fell in love with” A. physical attraction B. she flirts with him but he snubs her III. Residents of Wuthering Heights A. Joseph looks ill when he must serve Lockwood The Nature of Love

  11. B. do not take kindly to strangers 1. dogs attack Lockwood 2. main gate and doors are locked C. not welcoming or polite D. Heathcliff looks at Catherine “with a look of hatred” E. Hareton insulted by Lockwood’s assumptions 1. He is not married to Catherine 2. He is not Heathcliff’s son F. Joseph calls Catherine evil G. Catherine threatens Joseph with evil H. Heathcliff verbally and physically abuses Catherine