Wuthering Heights

Tracking Symbolism throughout the Novel

Tracking Symbolism throughout the Novel

I have to provide the chapter number, action/context within the novel, quotation an parenthetical citation, and interpretation/explation of meaning.






Ghosts, and


For nature, I put chapter 2,

(action/context ) Lockwood arrives at Wuthering Heights a second time.  

(quotation an parenthetical citation) “…on that bleak hill-top the earth was hard with a black frost…” and

(interpretation/explation of meaning)The bleak nature of the landscape mirrors the harshness of its inhabitants.

I am just having trouble with the other 5. If anyone can help (websites, etc.) I would really appreciate it. Thank you!

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