Thrushcross Grange:

Type: Discussion | Title: Wuthering Heights (in Context) | Author: Emily Brontë | Ch: Chapter I

That it is a "Grange," which suggests farming and crops, and that it bears within its name "thrush," a songbird, indicate a more cultivated, pleasant place than Wuthering Heights. The reader will learn shortly that Thrushcross Grange is an affluent manor house with an enclosed park that extends two miles from the manor.

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