Wuthering Heights - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Zillah warns Mr. Lockwood not to make any noise or light the lamps, as Mr. Heathcliff does not let anyone go into the room that she leads him to. Mr. Lockwood finds an old fashioned cabinet-like room within the room; it's not a normal bed. The cabinet affords its user privacy without giving them their own room. He opens the cabinet, finds a bed within, and shuts the doors. In addition to the bed there is a small nightstand and lots of books. Mr. Lockwood pages through them and notices that the owner of the books has written in every blank space. The books had belonged to Catherine Earnshaw.

Mr. Lockwood reads passages that Catherine had written when she was a small child. Her father had left her and Heathcliff under the charge of her older brother, Hindley, and his wife. Hindley Earnshaw did not think Heathcliff...

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