Thrushcross Grange is the site of Catherine and Edgar’s residence after marriage in Wuthering Heights. The Emily Bronte novel Wuthering Heights depicts how to value your love for someone. In this book, Catherine loves Heathcliff, but she believes he cannot provide her with the life she desires.
Edgar passes away, and Linton’s sickness soon follows. Heathcliff now has complete control of Wuthering Heights and Thrushcross Grange. He confines Catherine to reside in Wuthering Heights as a hireling while renting out Thrushcross Grange to Lockwood.
Catherine leaves Wuthering Heights to reside with her husband at Thrushcross Grange after marrying Edgar. Linton is the house’s current owner. She returns, however, immediately after Edgar’s death and Heathcliff becomes the new proprietor of the property when he inherits it from his uncle.
Catherine marries Edgar Linton three years after the death of Heathcliff’s parents. When Nelly asks if she has accepted Linton’s offer, readers learn her decision. Catherine explains that she preferred Edgar over his higher social standing when asked about Heathcliff. Catherine is oblivious to the fact that Heathcliff is nearby and tells everything honestly.
Wuthering Heights is thrown into a frenzy when the outcast overhears the conversation. Earnshaw goes looking for him, forcing her to stay outside in the rain for a long time and become ill.
Edgar’s mother takes the protagonist to Thrushcross Grange, where she is nursed by her parents. They become sick and die shortly after, and three years later, Edgar and Catherine marry. Nelly leaves Wuthering Heights to work for Catherine, bringing an end to their love affair.
When Edgar dies soon after marrying Catherine, the tale takes a surprising turn. Earnshaw’s plan was to have a happy ending with Heathcliff, but she does not realize that her husband has died. Her existence becomes more challenging when Heathcliff takes control of both Wuthering Heights and Thrushcross Grange.
She has longed to refer to her new home as “here,” but it is taken from her by Heathcliff. Catherine is told to return to Wuthering Heights, where she works as a maid. She resides in Linton’s house, alone and unhappy about the mistake that cost her everything: giving love for a respectable existence. Even Nelly, her former servant, has vanished from the scene.