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Wuthering Heights - Key Quotes

Chapter 1:
`atmospheric tumult'
`Pure, bracing ventilation'
`large, jutting stones.'
`grotesque carving'
Pg 4

`dark-skinned gypsy'
`erect and handsome figure... rather morose'
Pg 5

`lusty dame'
Pg 7

Chapter 2:

`large, warm, cheerful apartment'
Pg 10

`rough and uncultivated'
Pg 12, 13

`genuine bad…

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Chapter 3:
`melancholy voice sobbed'
`Let me in ­ let me in!'
Pg 25

`crushing his nails... grinding his teeth'
`dashing a tear from his eye'
`uncontrollable passion of tears'
`Come in! Come in!'
Pg 26, 28

`ghosts and goblins'
Pg 27

`she must have been a changeling ­ wicked…

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Chapter 5

`bonniest eye and sweetest smile'
`she was much too fond of Heathcliff.'
Pg 42

`pictured heaven as they did'
Pg 44

Chapter 6

`We don't in general take to foreigners here'
Pg 46

`he bore his degradation pretty well at first'
`Heathcliff a flogging' `thrash Heathcliff'
`foulmouthed thief'…

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Pg 49, 50, 51

Chapter 7

`fine clothes and flattery'
`graceful damsel'
Pg 53, 54

`very black and cross... funny and grim'
`I like to be dirty and I will be dirty.'
`proud heart'
`I wish I had light hair and a fair skin... and had a chance of being…

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`wild-beasts fondness... madman's rage'
`remedy the mistake by smashing Hareton's skull on the steps'
Pg 75, 75

`disorderly, comfortless home into a wealthy respectable one'
`If I were in heaven... I should be extremely miserable.'
`heaven did not seem to be my home; and I broke my heart with weeping...…

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Pg 102, 106, 107

Chapter 11

`Devil daddy'
`raised a goblin'
Pg 109, 110,

`moral poison that would contaminate the most virtuous'
`this lamb of yours threatens like a bull'
`sucking leveret'
`milk-blooded coward'
`I'd kick him with my foot and experience considerable satisfaction. Is he weeping or is he…

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Chapter 13

`Is Mr Heathcliff a man? If so, is he mad? If not, is he a devil?'
`what I have married'
`ruffianly child, strong in limb... look of Catherine in his eyes'
`his eyes too (Hindley), were like a ghost of Catherine's'
`How powerful I should be possessing such…

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`gaze beyond, and far beyond'
`she was fated sure to die'
`(HC eyes) burned with anguish'
`You have killed me' (Cathy)
`Why shouldn't you suffer? I do' (Cathy)
`Catherine deem that Heaven would be a land of exile to her'
`Are you possessed with a devil?' (HC to Cathy)

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`sullen and depressed and less furious'
`burning hate' (Hindley to HC)
`treachery and violence, are spears pointed at both ends ­ they wound those who resort to
them, worse than their enemies.'
`Treachery and violence are a just return for treachery and violence!
`send Heathcliff to his right abode!'

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`like a baby'
Pg 200, 201

Chapter 6

`fetch my property myself'
`frail and feeble'
`my son is prospective owner of this place, and I should not wish him to die till I was certain of
being his successor.'
Pg 207, 208

Chapter 7

`The two cousins may fall in…




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