WUTHERING HEIGHTS QUOTE FLASHCARDS

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CHAPTER 1 "- LOCKWOOD- "A situation so...."
“A situation so completely removed from the stir of society. A perfect misanthropist’s heaven”- LOCKWOOD
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CHAPTER 1- LOCKWOOD- "and by a range of ..."
“and by a range of gaunt thorns all stretched their limbs one way, as if craving alms of the sun” -LOCKWOOD
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CHAPTER 1- LOCKWOOD ABOUT HEATHCLIFF- "He is a dark-skinned..."
“He is a dark-skinned gypsy in aspect, in dress and manners a gentleman” – LOCKWOOD ABOUT HEATHCLIFF
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CHAPTER 2- LOCKWOOD ABOUT CATHY- "She looked at me, leaning..."
“She looked at me, leaning back in her chair, and remained motionless and mute…I stared- she stared also… She kept her eyes on me in a cool regardless manner, exceedingly embarrassing and disagreeable”- LOCKWOOD ABOUT CATHY NO.2
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CHAPTER 2- LOCKWOOD ABOUT CATHY- "The most exquisite little..."
“The most exquisite little face that I ever had the pleasure of beholding:… flaxen ringlets.. hanging loose on her delicate neck and eyes. Had they been agreeable in expression they would have been irresistible”- LOCKWOOD ABOUT CATHY NO.2
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CHAPTER 2- LOCKWOOD ABOUT HARETON- "He looked down on..."
“He looked down on me… as if there were some moral feud avenged between us.”- LOCKWOOD ABOUT HARETON
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CHAPTER - LOCKWOOD "Catherine Earnshaw-......"
“Catherine Earnshaw-Heathcliff-Linton”- LOCKWOOD
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CHAPTER 3- LOCKWOOD- "Some were detched.."
“Some were detatched sentences; other parts took the form of a regular diary, scrawled in unformed, childish hand”- LOCKWOOD ABOUT CATHY’S DIARY
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CHAPTER 3- LOCKWOOD READING CATHY'S VOICE- "I took my dingy..."
“I took my dingy volume by the scroop, and hurled it into the dog kennel, vowing I hated a good book”- CATHY’S DIARY
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CHAPTER 3-LOCKWOOD- "My fingers closed on..."
“my fingers closed on the fingers of a little, ice cold hand”- LOCKWOOD
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CHAPTER 3- HEATHCLIFF TO CATHY'S GHOST- "Cathy, do come..."
“Cathy, do come. Oh do- once more. Oh my heart’s darling, hear me this time- Catherine, at last!”- HEATHCLIFF TO CATHY’S GHOST
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CHAPTER 4- NELLY ABOUT HEATHCLIFF- "A dirty, ragged...."
“A dirty, ragged, black-haired child” – NELLY ABOUT HEATHCLIFF
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CHAPTER 4- NELLY ABOUT HEATHCLIFF- "As good as...."
“as good as dumb in the streets of Liverpool where he picked it up and inquired for its owner” – NELLY ABOUT HEATHCLIFF
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CHAPTER 4- NELLY ABOUT HEATHCLIFF- "I really thought him not..."
“I really thought him not vindictive- I was deceived, completely, as you will hear”- NELLY ABOUT HEATHCLIFF
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CHAPTER 4- NELLY ABOUT CATHY- "Her spirits were always at...."
“Her spirits were always at high watermark, her tongue always singing, laughing, and plaguing everybody who would not do the same… but she had the bonniest eye, and the sweetest smile, and lightest foot in the parish” – NELLY ABOUT CATHY
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CHAPTER 5- NELLY ABOUT CATHY- "Doing just what her father..."
“doing just what her father hated most, showing how her pretended insolence, which he thought was real, had more power over Heathcliff than his kindness: how the boy would do her bidding in everything, and his only when it suited his own inclination”
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CHAPTER 5- CATHY TO MR.EARNSHAW- "Why cannot you..."
“why cannot you always be a good man, father?”- CATHY TO MR.EARNSHAW
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CHAPTER 5- NELLY ABOUT THE CHILDREN- "Their little souls were...."
“their little souls were comforting each other… no parson in the world ever pictured Heaven so beautifully as they did, in their innocent talk”- NELLY ABOUT HEATHCLIFF AND CATHY
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CHAPTER 5- NELLY ABOUT FRANCES- "She began describing with hysterical...."
“she began describing with hysterical emotion the effects it produced on her to see black; and startled, and trembled, and, at last, fell a weeping- when I asked what was the matter? Answered, she didn’t know; but she felt so afraid of dying” – NELLY
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CHAPTER 6- NELLY ABOUT HEATHCLIFF- "He bore his..."
“He bore his degradation pretty well at first, because Cathy taught him what she learnt…They both promised to be rude as savages”- NELLY ABOUT HEATHCLIFF
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CHAPTER 6- NELLY TO LOCKWOOD- "We don't in general..."
“We don’t in general take to foreigners here, Mr Lockwood, unless they take to us first”- NELLY TO LOCKWOOD
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CHAPTER 6- HEATHCLIFF TO NELLY "I'd not exchange , for a thousand....."
“Id not exchange, for a thousand lives, my condition here, for Edgar Linton’s at Thrushcross Grange- nor if I might have the privilege of flinging Joseph off the highest gable, and painting the house-front with Hindley’s blood!” – HEATHCLIFF ABOUT ED
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CHAPTER 6- HEATHCLIFF ABOUT EDGAR- "I wish i had...."
“I wish I had light hair and fair skin , and was dressed, and behaved as well, and had a chance of being as rich as he will be”- HEATHCLIFF ABOUT EDGAR
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CHAPTER 7- NELLY ABOUT CATHY'S TRANSFORMATION "There shone forth beneath..."
“There shone forth beneath, a grand plaid silk frock, white trousers, and burnished shoes; and while her eyes sparkled joyfully when the dogs came bounding up to welcome her, she dare hardly touch them lest they should fawn upon her splendid garments
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CHAPTER 7- NELLY ABOUT EDGAR AND HEATHCLIFF- "The contrast resembled..."
“The contrast resembled what you see in exchanging a bleak hilly, coal country for a beautiful fertile valley; and his voice and greeting were as opposite as his aspect- He had a sweet, low manner of speaking, and pronounced his words as you do”- NEL
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CHAPTER 8- HEATHCLIFF TO CATHY- "Youve made me..."
“You’ve made me afraid, and ashamed of you’ He continued; Ill not come here again!”- HEATHCLIFF TO CATHY
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CHAPTER 9- HINDLEY TO BABY HARETON "Hush child, hush! Well then...."
“Hush child, hush! Well then, it is my darling! Wish’t, dry thy eyes- there’s a joy; kiss me; what! It wont? Kiss me, Hareton! Damn thee, kiss me! By God, as if I would rear such a monster! As sure as I’m living, I’ll break the brat’s neck” – HINDLEY
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CHAPTER 9- CATHY ABOUT EDGAR- "And he wil be rich, and I shall be the....."
“And he will be rich, and I shall like to be the greatest woman of the neighbourhood, and I shall be proud of having such a husband … I love the ground under his feet, and the air over his head, and everything he touches, and every word he says- I lo
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CHAPTER 9- CATHY ABOUT W.H- "I was only going to say that heaven did not....."
“I was only going to say that heaven did not seem to be my home; and I broke my heart with weeping to come back to earth; and the angels were so angry that they flung me out, into the middle of the heath on the top of Wuthering Heights; where I woke
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CHAPTER 9- CATHY ABOUT HEATHCLIFF- "It would degrade..."
“It would degrade me to marry Heathcliff, now; so he shall never know how I love him; and that, not because he’s handsome, Nelly, but because he’s more of myself than I am. Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same, and Linton’s is as
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CHAPTER 9- CATHY ABOUT HEATHCLIFF- "If all else perished...."
“If all else perished, and he remained, I should still continue to be; and if all else remained, and he were annihilated, the Universe would turn to a mighty stranger” – CATHY ABOUT HEATHCLIFF
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CHAPTER 10- NELLY ABOUT CATHY AND T.G- "It was not the thorn..."
“It was not the thorn bending to the honeysuckle, but the honeysuckle embracing the thorn.” – NELLY ABOUT T.G AND CATHY
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CHAPTER 10- EDGAR TO CATHY- "And Catherine, try not to be....."
“and Catherine, try not to be glad, without being absurd! The whole household need not witness the sight of your welcoming a runaway servant as a brother”- EDGAR TO CATHY
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CHAPTER 10- NELLY ABOUT HEATHCLIFF- "A half-civilised ferocity lurked...."
“A half-civilized ferocity lurked in the depressed brows, and eyes full of black fire, but it was subdued; and his manner was even dignified, quite divested of roughness too stern for grace”- NELLY ABOUT HEATHCLIFF
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CHAPTER 10- CATHY ABOUT HEATHCLIFF- "He's not a rough diamond...."
“He’s not a rough diamond- a pearl- containing oyster of a rustic; he’s a fierce, pitiless, wolfish man”- CATHY ABOUT HEATHCLIFF
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CHAPTER 10- CATHY ABOUT ISABELLA "I wished to punish her...."
“I wished to punish her sauciness, that’s all – I like her too well, my dear Heathcliff, to let you absolutely seize and devour her up”- CATHY ABOUT ISABELLA
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CHAPTER 10 - CATHY TO ISABELLA- "He'd crush you like a..."
“He’d crush you like a sparrow’s egg, Isabella… I know he couldn’t love a Linton… I should, perhaps, have held my tongue, and let you fall into his trap.”- NELLY TO ISABELLA
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CHAPTER 11- NELLY ABOUT W.H AND T.G- "I came to a stone where...."
“I came to a stone where the highway branches off on the moor at your left hand; a rough sand pillar with the letter W.H cut on its north side… and on the south-west, T.G”- NELLY
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CHAPTER 11- NELLY ABOUT ISABELLA- "She seemed embarrassed, and...."
“She seemed embarrassed, and desirous of getting away; to prevent it, he laid his hand on her arm; she averted her face” – NELLY ABOUT ISABELLA AND HEATHCLIFF
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CHAPTER 11- EDGAR TO HEATHCLIFF- "Your presence is a moral..."
“Your presence is a moral poison that would contaminate the most virtuous” -EDGAR TO HEATHCLIFF
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CHAPTER 11- NELLY ABOUT CATHY, HEATHCLIFF AND EDGAR "He tried to wrest the...."
“He tried to wrest the key from Catherine’s grasp; and for safety she flung it into the hottest part of the fire.” NELLY ABOUT CATHY
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CHAPTER 12- CATHY- "Since no one...."
“Since no one cares anything about me” - CATHY
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CHAPTER 12- CATHY TO HEATHCLIFF- "We've braved its ghosts...."
“We’ve braved its ghosts often together, and dared each other to stand among the graves and ask them to come… But Heathcliff, if I dare you now, will you venture? If you do, I’ll keep you. I’ll not lie there by myself; they may bury me twelve feet de
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CHAPTER 12- CATHY TO EDGAR "What you touch at present, you may have; but....."
“What you touch at present, you may have; but my soul will be on that hill-top before you lay your hands on me again. I don’t want you Edgar; I’m past wanting you... Return your books… I’m glad you possess a consolation, for all you had in me is gone
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CHAPTER 13- ISABELLA ABOUT HEATHCLIFF- "Is Mr. Heathcliff a....."
“Is Mr Heathcliff a man? If so, is he mad? And if not, is he a devil?” -ISABELLA ABOUT HEATHCLIFF
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CHAPTER 13- NELLY ABOUT EDGAR "No one could have...."
“No other could have nursed an only child more devotedly than Edgar tended her”- NELLY ABOUT EDGAR AND CATHY
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CHAPTER 13- ISABELLA TO HEATHCLIFF- "Im not going to act a...."
“I’m not going to act the lady among you, for I fear I should starve”- ISABELLA TO HEATHCLIFF
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CHAPTER 13- ISABELLA TO NELLY AND EDGAR- "I think the concentrated essence of all the...."
“I think the concentrated essence of all the madness In the world took up its abode in my brain the day I linked my fate with theirs”- ISABELLA ABOUT W.H
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CHAPTER 14- HEATHCLIFF ABOUT EDGAR- "The moment her regards ceased...."
“The moment her regards ceased I would have torn his heart out and drank his blood!” -HEATHCLIFF ABOUT EDGAR
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CHAPTER 14- HEATHCLIFF ABOUT CATHY "Two words would comprehend my...."
“Two words would comprehend my future- death and hell- existence, after loosing her, would be hell.”- HEATHCLIFF ABOUT CATHY
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CHAPTER 14- HEATHCLIFF ABOUT CATHY- "She abandoned him under a...."
“She abandoned him under a delusion…Picturing me a hero of romance, and expecting unlimited indulges from my chivalrous devotion”- HEATHCLIFF ABOUT CATHY AND EDGAR
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CHAPTER 14- NELLY ABOUT EDGAR AND CATHY- "He might as well have planted an...."
“He might as well plant an oak in a flower pot, and expect it to thrive, as imagine he can restore her to vigour in the soil of his shallow cares”-NELLY ABOUT CATHY
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CHAPTER 14 “Catherine is upset..." NELLY
“Catherine is upset with the bare notion of a relationship with such a clown”- NELLY
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