Wuthering Heights - Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 24 Summary

Ellen becomes well enough to move around the house and finds that Cathy is not in her bed. Ellen waits until Cathy returns and she confesses that she has been visiting Linton during the evenings while Ellen and Edgar slept. She tells Ellen that on one of her visits Hareton told her that he had learned to read and write. When he told her he did not know his numbers Cathy laughed at him. Ellen scolds her for acting cruel and Cathy continues telling her about all of her secret visits. The next day Ellen tells Edgar about the visits. Edgar tells Cathy that she is not to go to Wuthering Heights again but that he will write and invite Linton to visit Thrushgrove whenever he liked.

Chapter 24 Analysis

Cathy again disobeys her father to see Linton. While she does go against her father's orders she does...

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