Wuthering Heights Quotes

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"a perfect misanthropist's Heaven" Lockwood
"a range of gaunt thorns all stretching their limbs one way, as if craving alms of the sun" "grotesque carving" Lockwood on Wuthering Heights
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"a dark-skinned gypsy in aspect, in dress and manners a gentleman" Lockwood
"the herd of possessed swine could have had no worse spirits in them than those animals of yours" Lockwood
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"sullen, patient child" Nelly on Heathcliff
"no parson in the world ever pictured Heaven so beautifully as they did, in their innocent talk" Nelly on Heathcliff and Catherine
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"grow up as rude as savages" Nelly on Heathcliff and Catherine
"Isabella...lay screaming at the farther end of the room, shrieking as if witches were running red hot needles into her" Nelly
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"smothered in cloaks and furs" when the Lintons first arrive at Wuthering Heights
"whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same, and Linton's is as different as a moonbeam from lightning, or frost from fire." Catherine
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"she rewarded him with a summer of sweetness and affection, in return, as made the house a paradise for several days; both master and servants profiting from the perpetaul sunshine" Nelly on Catherine
"he's not a rough diamond - a peal containing oyster of a rustic; he's a fierce, pitiless, wolfish man" Catherine on Heathcliff to Isabella
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"her cheecks at once blanched and livid, assumed the aspect of death" Nelly on Catherine
"tossing about she increased her feverish bewilderment to madness, and tore the pillow with her teeth, then raising herself up all burning, desired that I would open the window. We were in the middle of winter." Nelly on Catherine
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"is Mr Heathcliff a man? If so, is he mad? And if not, is he a devil" Isabella
"Catherine Linton is as different now from your old friend Catherine Earnshaw" Nelly to Heathcliff
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"two words would comprehend my future - death and hell - existence, after losing her, would be hell" Heathcliff
"when she was calm, there seemed unearthly beauty in the change" Nelly on Catherine
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"a dark-skinned gypsy in aspect, in dress and manners a gentleman" Lockwood

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"the herd of possessed swine could have had no worse spirits in them than those animals of yours" Lockwood

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"sullen, patient child" Nelly on Heathcliff

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"grow up as rude as savages" Nelly on Heathcliff and Catherine

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"smothered in cloaks and furs" when the Lintons first arrive at Wuthering Heights

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