Questions & Answers
The Tenant By Emily Bronte
The state or fact of being troublesome or difficult with regard to one’s personal requirements or comfort.
Ask for or try to obtain (something) from someone.
Show (a quality or feeling) by one’s acts or appearance; demonstrate.
Unwilling to talk or be sociable; sulky.
A raised road or track across low or wet ground
Having or showing an irritable disposition.
Form an opinion about (something) on the basis of incomplete information.
A loud, confused noise, especially one caused by a large mass of people.
A person’s face or facial expression.
A man of high social standing who owns and lives on an estate in a rural area, especially the chief landowner in such an area.
1. Who lives in Wuthering Heights?
Ans: Heathcliff and Joseph live in Wuthering Heights.
2. Who is Heathcliff and what is his role?
Ans: He is the landlord of Wuthering Heights. He dresses well and is handsome. However, he is aloof and doesn’t want to be bothered by others, including visitors and people he lies with.
3. Who is Mr. Lockwood? How is he involved at Wuthering Heights?
Ans: He is the narrator and travels to Wuthering Heights to find peace and quiet. He was disappointed by how distant and rude the residents were at Wuthering Heights.
3. Why does Mr. Lockwood go to Wuthering Heights?
Ans: Mr. Lockwood has just begun renting Thrushcross Grange and goes to meet his landlord, Heathcliff, who lives at Wuthering Heights.
4. How does Heathcliff react to Lockwood’s intrusion?
Ans: Heathcliff is clearly displeased by Lockwood’s intrusion as he, unlike Lockwood, is a true misanthrope.
5. Why do the dogs attack Lockwood?
Ans: Lockwood winks and makes faces at the dogs, which leads them to attack him.