1. In what ways does Bella identify with the third wife?
She would sacrifice herself for those she loves, but she is afraid she cannot do anything to help because she is only human.
2. Could Taha Aki be alive today? Discuss theories.
I don't think so. He wouldn't have survived the loss of his wife.
3. What do you think Jacob is hoping will change by taking Bella to the meeting?
That she will understand more about wolves and that she will come back on her decision to become a vampire.
4. Why is Bella so disturbed by the idea of Edward’s identification with Heathcliff?
Well, if I found out my boyfriend thought like Heathcliff, I would run the other way.
No, I'm kidding.
Heathcliff hated Linton so much (I mean the old Linton, not the new Linton Heathclif.), Bella is afraid Edward will hate Jake as much and both seek revenge on each other if something ends...badly. Also, the blood drinking was close to her own memories and fears, and that proved many of them.
In my own opinion, I did really not like Wuthering Heights and the tension in that book, and was surprised Bronte could pull a happy ending from all that constant revenge nonsense (sorry). But seeing Bella can't stop reading it...I think there might be something good out Wuthering Heights.