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Throughout the novel Wuthering Heights Emily Bront effectively utilizes weather and setting as methods of conveying insight to the reader of the personal feeling of the characters While staying at Thrushcross Grange Mr Lockwood made a visit to meet Mr Heathcliff for a second time and the horrible snow storm that he encounters is the first piece of evidence that he should have perceived about Heathcliffs personality The setting of the moors is one that makes them a very special place for Catherine and Heathcliff and they are thus very symbolic of their friendship and spirts The weather and setting are very effective tools used throughout the end of the novel as well for when the weather becomes nice it is not only symbolic of the changing times and the changing people but also a new beginning During his stay at Thrushcross Grange Mr Lockwood made the perilous journey to Wuthering Heights only a few times On the occasion of his second visit the snow began to drive thickly7 during his walk and this horrible weather should have been foreshadowing to Lockwood about Heathcliffs and the other members of the households true personalities Upon arriving he was forced to bang continually upon the door before someone would take the care to let him in out of the cold The dinner that Lockwood was permitted to have with the family was anything but hospitable Lockwood was treated not unlike an ignorant and unworthy guest and hence the visit was in no way enjoyable for him Upon desiring to leave the destitute home Lockwood finds the weather too intolerable for him to even consider venturing out on his own and upon being attacked by one of the dogs he was pulled into the kitchen15 and allowed however ungraciously to stay the night at Wuthering Heights Once his walk home commenced the following day Lockwood found himself being escorted by Heathcliff himself The path that is used as
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