Wuthering Heights - Study Guide Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Mr. Lockwood has been ill, confined to bed for four weeks. He is beyond restless and so he asks Nelly to come in and continue her story. She continues where she had left off.

Nelly accompanied Catherine, now Mrs. Linton, to Thrushgrove Cross. She notices that both Isabella and Edgar try hard not to make Catherine angry and for the most part bend to her will.

One night Nelly is returning from the garden and hears her name called. At first she does not recognize the voice or the man behind it, but soon he identifies himself as Heathcliff. Heathcliff is very polite and asks Nelly to fetch Catherine for him. Nelly does as she is asked. Catherine returns with great excitement that her old friend has returned.

Heathcliff is invited inside for tea. Catherine spends the entire time staring at Heathcliff and he steals frequent glimpses...

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