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Wuthering Heights Narration Map
Transcript of Wuthering Heights Narration Map
Nurperi, Eli, Dimitri
"Chronology" of Events: How Does Brontë Organize the Events of the Narrative?
Catherine marries Edgar
Hindley is born
Ellen is born
Mr. Earnshaw dies
Hindley returns to WH
Cathy meets Hareton
Linton to Thrushcross
Catherine dies and gives
birth to little Cathy
Heathcliff marries Isabella
Linton is born
Cathy marries Hareton
to Thrushcross Grange
first visits WH
at Thrushcross Grange
Mr. and Mrs.
Hindley is sent
Catherine is born
Isabella is born
Chapter 1 and 2:
Lockwood is narrating through first person narration.
Primes the Reader to dislike Heathcliff.
Foreshadows the outcome of Nelly's future Narration.
Cathy narrates through her Diary and Lockwood has a dream. (Foreshadows her fate).
Nelly starts telling her story. Lockwood writes it down in his journal.
Due to her narration, story is partially inaccurate and biased--she adds drama and emotion.
End of chapter 7, Nelly takes a break from her story and reader is brought back to 1801.
Nelly Continues her story. Lockwood writes it all in his journal.
Once again, as the story is reported through the eyes of a single character, (who uses outside sources and letters to fill in the parts where she was not present) the story is partial.
Story is continued through Lockwood's narration.
Nelly Continues her story.
Nelly uses a letter from Isebella to fill in the gaps of the story where she was not actually present.
Nelly continues telling her story to Lockwood.
During the story, Mrs. Dean uses the information Zillah had told her to fill in the gaps for the events at Wuthering Heights.
Slight break in Nelly's story and the reader is momentarily brought back to 1801.
Lockwood narrates the events
Chapter 32.5 - 33:
Nelly Narrates the end of the story and Lockwood writes it down in his diary.