Under Edgar’s devoted care, Catherine slowly recovers her health, but remains weak and depressed. To Edgar’s delight, Catherine is pregnant, and he is certain the baby will be a boy, thus eliminating Heathcliff’s claim to the Linton fortune. Six weeks after Isabella’s departure, she sends Edgar a letter which he ignores. The remainder of Chapter 13 is narrated by Isabella in the form of a subsequent letter to Nelly.
Isabella and Heathcliff have moved into the Heights. In her letter, Isabella expresses her horror at each of the...
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