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2. In Emily Brontë's "Wuthering Heights," protagonist Catherine passes many days at the home of her neighbors, the Lintons. Why does she stay with them?

Catherine and Heathcliff liked exploring the moors alone. One day they went too close to the Linton's house and Catherine was attacked by their dog.

Catherine and Heathcliff liked exploring the moors alone. One day they went too close to the Linton's house and Catherine was attacked by their dog.

Catherine and Heathcliff liked exploring the moors alone. One day they went too close to the Linton's house and Catherine was attacked by their dog.

Catherine and Heathcliff liked exploring the moors alone. One day they went too close to the Linton's house and Catherine was attacked by their dog.

Why does Catherine stay with the Lintons?

She is penniless and hungry.

 

She is hiding in their house.

 

She is bitten by a dog.

 

She is disowned by her brother.

 
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