This is the name of the Linton family home. This is also the estate that Mr. Lockwood rents in the beginning of the novel.
This is the name of the family home of the Earnshaws since 1500. This is also the location where Mr. Lockwood visits Mr. Heathcliff in the beginning of the novel.
This name refers to a field of open infertile land making up the area between the two estates that are central in the novel.
Seventy Times Seven, and the First of the Seventy-First
This is the title of a book Mr. Lockwood reads at the Heights. The book leads Mr. Lockwood into dreams of the preacher of the sermon.
During a business trip to this port city in northwest England, Mr. Earnshaw finds a wandering orphan and brings him back to his family's estate.
This is the...
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