Wuthering Heights - Study Guide Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Mr. Lockwood arrives at Wuthering Heights the next day to call on Mr. Heathcliff. Just as he is knocking on the door it starts to snow quite heavily. He begins to pound loudly but no one opens the door. Finally a young man without even a coat on appears and leads him into the house. There, Mrs. Heathcliff is sitting before the fire. She is not very friendly to Mr. Lockwood and refuses to serve him tea, as Mr. Heathcliff had not invited him for tea. The mood is awkward as Mr. Lockwood unsuccessfully tries to engage her in conversation.

Mr. Heathcliff finally arrives. He is angry with Mr. Lockwood for visiting in the middle of such a storm. Mr. Lockwood suggests that Mr. Heathcliff either lend him one of his servants to guide him back home or otherwise let him stay the night. Mr. Heathcliff is...

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