Chapters 32–33 Questions and Answers
- Why is Lockwood in the area?
- Why can Lockwood still stay at Thrushcross Grange even though he moved away?
- Where is Nelly Dean?
- What does Lockwood notice about the outside of Wuthering Heights?
- What does Nelly tell Lockwood when he says he is looking for Heathcliff?
- Why did Heathcliff summon Nelly to Wuthering Heights?
- What causes the confrontation between Cathy and Heathcliff?
- Why does Cathy regret trying to turn Hareton against Heathcliff?
- Why is Heathcliff startled when he walks in on Cathy and Hareton reading?
- Why has Heathcliff lost interest in revenge?
- Lockwood is visiting a friend when he realizes he is not far from Thrushcross Grange.
- Lockwood is still technically renting Thrushcross Grange, even though he does not live there anymore.
- Lockwood is told that Nelly Dean has moved to Wuthering Heights.
- Lockwood notices that the gate is unlocked and that flowers have been planted in the yard.
- Nelly informs Lockwood that Heathcliff died a few months ago.
- Heathcliff unexpectedly called Nelly to Wuthering Heights to help keep Cathy out of his sight.
- Cathy convinces Hareton to pull up some of Joseph’s old trees to make room for flowers, and Heathcliff is mad at her for altering his property.
- Cathy eventually realizes that Heathcliff is like a father to Hareton and, knowing how close she was to her own father, decides that it would be cruel to abuse Heathcliff in front of Hareton.
- Heathcliff is startled by their resemblance to Catherine.
- Heathcliff admits that he is so consumed by his desire to be reunited with Catherine that his desire for revenge has been overshadowed.