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Wuthering Heights - Ch 2 by Mind Map: Wuthering Heights - Ch 2
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Wuthering Heights - Ch 2

characthers

Mr Lookwood (tenant at Thrushvross Grange)

mistress

Joseph

Mrs Heathcliff (daughter-in-law)

She is slender and young woman. She has golden curls and she has irresitible eyes but its expression is not pleasant. She are studying black art.  

Mr Hareton Earnshaw

Mr Heathcliff

Zillah

setting

location

Wuthering heights

It's the name of Heathcliff's house

The house is on the top of an windy hill

sitting room

yard

adjectives

feathery snowflakes

sour expression (Joseph)

huge,warm,cheerful sitting room

immense fire

rough weather

feeling "very uncunfortable"

slender and very young woman

expression is scorn and desperation

Thick brown hair is messy. he has unshaven, sometime proud and free

shabby young man(Earnshaw)

outside: dark, wind is full of swirling snow

dismal atmosphere

events

Main events

Mr Lookeood leaves Thrushcross Grange in the afternoon

He arrives to the Heathcliff's house

He knots at the Heathcliff's door and he begins to know the impolite of the Heathcliff

it's snowing

He meets her in the sitting room

he meets Heraton Earnshaw

They have a tea in the sitting room (Mr and Mrs Heathcliff, Earnshow and Lockwood)

The conversation is very impolite

Mr Lookwood would leave the house but outside there is dark and it's windy and snowy

Mr lockwood goes outside in the yard

Two hairy monster knocked Mr Lockwood

his nose is bleeding

Zillah helps him

Mr Heathcliff tells Zillah to prepare a bed for mr L

verbs

set out and walk

knocked aloud

shouted back

beckoned

bowed and waited

feeding the dogs

plot

Mr Lockwood went out from the Trushcross Grange in  a misty and cold afternoon. He walked up to Healtcliff's house. Although he knocked aloud no one answered. Then Joseph, and old man with sour expression, told to him that the master was in the fields and the mistress wouldn't  have ever opened to him. Meanwhile it's snowing more thickly. An young man appeared to him and he guided him to the sitting room passing across by a back door. In the sitting room there was Mrs Heathcliff. She was a very young woman. Her eyes was irresistible but their expression was of the scorn and  of the desperation. She was colder than Healthcliff's. In the sitting room there was Heraton Earnshaw. He was an young man with messy thick hair, he wasn't unshaven. He seemed a common labourer  but there was something proud and free about him. When Mr Heathcliff came in, Mr Lockwood was relieved but briefly he was aware that Heathcliff wasn't a fine fellow. He was forty years old. He looks like a dark-skinned gypsy.  The conversation was awful. At the beginning he did a mistake about Heathcliff's wife and then he repeated  the same mistake with Mr Earnshaw. The dismal atmosphere became unbearable and he decided to go out trying to come back home. Outside it was dark, windy and snowy. But in the yard, two hair monsters threw Mr Lockwood to the ground. His nose began to bleed. Zillah went out to help him. She cleaned the blood and she brought him in for to pass the night in the Heathcliff's house.