Wuthering Heights - Study Guide Chapter 23 Summary & Analysis

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When they arrive, Linton is yelling for a servant. He is not in a good mood and is full of complaints. Ellen assists the weak boy, without thanks. Linton is ungrateful but Cathy is kind to him. The boy then tells Cathy that her father is evil and she retaliates by telling him what her father had said of Heathcliff. Cathy gets so angry that she knocks his chair. Linton is so weak that he rattles in the chair. He makes Cathy feel bad for hurting him and calls her names. Cathy felt very bad and tried to make him more comfortable. He complained and made her promise that she would visit him again because she had hurt him so that she must make up for her actions. That evening Ellen caught a cold and had to stay in bed for three weeks. Cathy tended both her...

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