Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë

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How is the title Wuthering Heights relevant to the novel?

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Wuthering Heights is named for the home and farm where much of the action of the novel takes place. This location is central and formative to Catherine's and Heathcliff's lives, the main characters in the novel.

Catherine and Heathcliff grow up in this rugged stone sixteenth century house where they face the abuse and neglect that forms their characters. Here they...

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