Wuthering Heights - Study Guide Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Nelly pleads with Edgar to forgive his sister and write her a note that she may take with her to Wuthering Heights, but he refuses. When Nelly arrives at her former house, Heathcliff greets her looking very much the gentleman. Isabella looks unkempt, an outward signal of the neglect she has been given.

Heathcliff asks Nelly questions about Catherine. She tells him that she has gotten over the worst of her illness but she will never be the same person in appearance or character. Nelly tells Heathcliff not to try to communicate with her. Heathcliff explains passionately to Nelly that he loves Catherine more than any man, including Edgar, ever could, and he knows that Catherine still loves him. He tells Nelly that he will once again see Catherine. Nelly tells him that such a meeting might kill Catherine.

Heathcliff informs Nelly, and Isabella, that he never...

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