Your discussion post is a bit confusing. Are you writing a paper over the two Catherines in the novel and the significance of their having the same name? If so, and I'm only guessing here, then your paper would fall into the three sections you mention: summary, analysis, and assessment. First, you would summarize by establishing the identities of the two Catherines and the role each of them plays in the novel. Next, you could analyze how the two Catherines are similar and different from each other. Finally, you could assess the significance of their having the same name--what does this bring to the novel? Would the novel have been strengthened or weakened if Cathy's daughter had been given a different name? Authors choose their characters' names very carefully, so it is not by accident there are two Catherines in Wuthering Heights. Why might that be?