Wuthering Heights - Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 32 Summary

It is September of 1802. Mr. Lockwood finds himself near Thrushgrove Cross while traveling. He decides to visit his old home. When he arrives, he finds that Ellen no longer lives there. He has the new housekeeper ready a room for him while he goes on a walk. Mr. Lockwood walks to Wuthering Heights. He decides that he had better pay Heathcliff the rest of the rent that he owes as he does not think he will be in the area anytime soon.

As he arrives at Wuthering Heights he notices that it looks much more inviting, and not closed off as it was on his last visit. He arrives at the front door and through the window sees a young man and woman. The woman is teasing the young man for reading a word wrong. She tells him that he must try again until he has no...

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