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Wuthering Heights

Wuthering Heights

  

by Emily Brontë

Wuthering Heights: Themes (For the Most Part) True or False

1. Without what as such a predominant theme, Wuthering Heights would just be a thwarted love story? -> Family
2. It's tough to really call Wuthering Heights a what, since the two lovers spend so much time making each other miserable? -> Ghost story
3. What in Wuthering Heights is a source of violence, alienation, jealousy, and greed? -> Family
4. Heathcliff avoids physical illness, but his love for Catherine causes an extraordinary amount of what? -> Suffering
5. Brontë offers all sorts of smaller examples of what—such as when Isabella runs off with Heathcliff and Edgar disowns her? -> Violence

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