In Wuthering Heights, when Catherine marries Edgar, where do the two reside?
The novel takes place in the mid-1800s, so it’s no surprise that the two live together in a manor.
Wuthering Heights is the name of Mr. Heathcliff’s dwelling. It is situated on the Yorkshire moors and is very isolated, making it a perfect place for Heathcliff to live.
Heathcliff is very rough and uneducated; he was brought up by gypsies and spent time as a sailor before returning to Wuthering Heights as an adult. He wasn’t educated in any formal way; he didn’t go to school or take any classes.
Catherine is from a wealthy family and is very refined; she was taught many things at home by her mother and father, including how to play piano and speak French fluently. She also took lessons in painting and singing while growing up at Thrushcross Grange.
The two meet when Catherine’s father brings Heathcliff to live with them after his own father dies suddenly one night while out drinking with friends at their local pub–the Black Bull Inn located just outside of York.