Wuthering Heights - Study Guide Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 20 Summary

Early the next morning Ellen delivers Linton to Wuthering Heights. Heathcliff is surprised but disappointed that the boy is so fragile and looks nothing like him. He assures Ellen that he has already readied a room for his son and employed a tutor. Linton is to be master and has the right to give orders to any of the servants, including Hareton.

Chapter 20 Analysis

Heathcliff means to make Linton the master of the house, and his heir. However Linton's initial appearance is upsetting to Heathcliff. The boy looks nothing like him and is weak.

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