S: Wuthering Heights
FC: Gothic Revival throughout the play was shown through the buildings and the darkness when it foreshadowed something bad was going to happen. Love in this period was certainly different than love today. Catherine got married to Edgar because of his money and kind of forgot about her true love, it didn't really matter at that time. But then suffered and Heathcliff went insane. Gothic Revival is dark and mysterious, like love in that period between Catherine and Heathcliff. | Wuthering Heights | By: Sasha Dolmatova & Crystal Lowery
1: Dedication | This book is dedicated to Heathcliff | Heathcliff fought for his love until death. Even though he was revengeful, he knew deep inside that he was cared about. Nelly was always there for him, but after he went insane of love there was nobody to help him. This book is dedicated to Heathcliff because he fought to the end.
2: Superlatives | Most Abusive | "Cathy, this lamb of yours threatens like a bull!' 'It is in danger of splitting its skull against my knuckles. By God! Mr. Linton, I'm morally sorry that your are not worth knocking down!'
3: Heathcliff | Heathcliff is considered abusive because he hits Isabella and little Cathy. Also, he forces Cathy and Linton to marry before Linton dies. The reason Heathcliff is like this is because he lost his soulmate, Catherine.
4: Most Faithful | Nelly | Most Dependable | "He got through, and the doctor affirmed it was in a great measure owing to me and praised me for my care." | Nelly would be the most faithful because she is always there for all of the characters. She wants little Cathy to be happy. Nelly knows what is best for Cathy even when Cathy doesn't think so.
5: Joseph | "Heathcliff has sent me for his lad, and I mustn't go back without him." | Joseph would be the most dependable because he looks after the house. Joseph also stays with Linton and cares for him. Joseph tries to do what's right every chance he gets. | Most Dependable
6: Most Outspoken | 'I wish I could hold you,' 'till we were both dead! I shouldn't care what you suffered. I care nothing for your sufferings. Why shouldn't you suffer? I do! Will you forget me? Will you be happy when I am in the earth? Will you stay twenty years hence? ''That's the grave of Catherine Earnshaw, I loved her long ago, and was wretched to lose her; but it is past. I've loved many others since: my children are dearer to me than she was; and at death, I shall not rejoice that I am going to her: I shall be sorry that I must leave them!" | Cathy is the most outspoken because she says what she feels. She doesn't let Heathcliff boss her around when she can help it. She says and does what she feels is right. | Cathy
7: Most Dramatic | Linton | " No don't kiss me. It takes my breath - dear me!" | Linton was the most dramatic because he made a big deal about his sickness. He always made Cathy feel guilty because he was sick.
8: Most likely to Succeed | Hareton & Cathy | Hareton and Cathy are most likely to succeed because they end up getting along well. Cathy teached Hareton to read. From this, Hareton becomes a young gentleman. | Hareton and Cathy
9: Hardest life | Catherine | "That is how I'm loved! Well, nevermind that is not my Heathcliff. I shall love mine yet; and take him with me: He is my soul." | Catherine has the hardest life because she is torn between Edgar and Heathcliff. Catherine ends up marrying Edgar, but she truly loved Heathcliff.
10: "No!...No! That means nothing- Heathcliff takes no account of the mother, nor of you neither; but he'll have his lad; and I must have him-so now you know." | Most Original | Joseph
11: Joseph | Most Likely To Exaggerate | Hindley | "If she's run off with that gypsy scum, let her run. Let her run through storm and Hell. They're birds of a feather and the Devil can take them both. Now get me a bottle.
12: Most Greedy | Heathcliff | "I want to crawl to her feet, whimper to be forgiven... for loving me. For needing her more than my own life... for belonging to her more than my own soul." | Heathcliff is the most greedy because he wants everybody's money. Also, he wants both Wuthering Heights and Thrushcross Grange.
13: Wuthering Heights Flow Map | 1771 Earnshaw brings Heathcliff home. | Heathcliff is not loved by the Earnshaw family at first, but Catherine is the only one that shows love towards him. | 1777 Catherine goes to Thrushcross Gange | 1777 Earnshaw dies | Because Earnshaw dies there is some tension between the children and who gets what. | Catherine goes to Thrushcross Grange with Heathcliff. She ends up staying because she got bit by a dog.
14: 1784 Catherine dies | Heathcliff is devastated because he lost his true love. Later, Heathcliff digs up Catherine's grave and holds her again. He says that she still looked the same. | 1778 Hareton is born | Before Frances dies she gives birth to a beautiful boy named Hareton, but his father, Hindley doesn't show him any attention. He is too busy trying to forget Frances | 1783 Catherine and Edgar are engaged. | Because Heathcliff leaves for 3 years Catherine has no choice but to marry Edgar.
15: 1801 Lockwood comes to Wuthering Heights | 1802 Heathcliff dies | 1803 Cathy and Hareton married on New Year's Day | Lockwood is the new tentant for Thrushcross grange. | Heathcliff dies of a broken heart because he never got a chance to be with Catherine. He was found by Nelly. | Cathy and Hareton's love for each other grows rapidly as they spend more time together which resulted their marriage.
16: 1817 Catherine's ghost comes home after 20 years. | Catherine's ghost comes back when Lockwood is at Wuthering Heights.
17: Long Journey, True Love, & Lots of Death | The End