AP Lit Practice Multiple-Choice: Excerpt from Wuthering Heights Chapter 13
The following questions are based on a passage near the beginning of Isabella's letter to Ellen in Chapter 13. Read the passage that starts and ends as follows (pages 132-133 in recommended Signet Classic edition):
Now, you shall hear how I have been received in my new home, as I am led to imagine the Heights will be. It is to amuse myself that I dwell on such subjects as the lack of external comforts...
"None o'me! I getten summut else to do," he answered, and continued his work; moving his lantern jaws meanwhile, and surveying my dress and countenance (the former a great deal to fine, but the latter, I'm sure, as sad as he could desire) with sovereign contempt.
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