AP Lit Exam Practice Multiple-Choice: Wuthering Heights excerpt, Chapter 9

Read the passage in Chapter 9 of Wuthering Heights that starts and ends as follows (pages 78 to 80 in recommended Signet Classic edition):

"If I were in heaven, Nelly, I should be extremely miserable."


"If I can make any sense of your nonsense, Miss," I said, "it only goes to convince me that you are ignorant of the duties you undertake in marrying; or else that you are a wicked, unprincipled girl. But trouble me with no more secrets: I'll not promise to keep them."

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