Wuthering Heights - Study Guide Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

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Ellen explains to Mr. Lockwood that the events she describes have only happened one year ago and yet so much has changed. Edgar becomes sicker and Cathy spends all of her time at his bedside. Edgar wonders to Ellen why his nephew, Linton, has never visited. Ellen hides from Edgar, Linton's unhappy and complaining character. She also does not tell him the extent of Linton's physical incapability. She does tell him that if Cathy were to marry Linton she would always be the stronger half and would therefore not suffer any abuse. Edgar tells Ellen that he would rather see Cathy die with him than marry Linton. Ellen promises to watch after Cathy and be with her until she, herself dies.

Edgar writes to Linton and the nephew does write back. His letters lack the negative attitude that he has in person. Ellen tells Mr. Lockwood that...

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