Chapter 3: dreams, ghosts and ambiguity

IB English A Literature: Chapter 3: dreams, ghosts and ambiguity

Chapter 3 of Wuthering Heights is when things start getting strange. Forced to stay the night because of the snowstorm, Lockwood is shown by Zillah to a chamber that Heathcliff does not like to be used. Zillah does not know why, explaining that she has only been at the house a year or two, and piquing the reader"s interest, if not Lockwood"s, with the comment that there had been "so many queer goings on." Once in...


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