Wuthering Heights - Chapter 34 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 34 Summary

Heathcliff continues his strange behavior. One night he stayed out until morning, no one knew where he had been. He began the habit of only eating one meal a day. He had even started smiling when he was usually snarled. One evening, Ellen goes to check on Heathcliff. He is dead on his back and the rain is wetting his body through the open window. The doctor does not know what he died of. Heathcliff is buried as he wished, next to Catherine.

It is now said that Heathcliff haunts the moors. One evening as Ellen was making a trip to Thrushgrove she ran into a little boy who swears that he saw Heathcliff and a woman.

Ellen informs Mr. Lockwood that after Hareton and Cathy marry on New Year's Day they will all move to Thrushgrove Cross.

Chapter 34 Analysis

Heathcliff gets his wish of being buried...

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