Chapters 13–14 Questions and Answers
- How has Catherine changed since her illness?
- Why is Catherine’s pregnancy especially significant?
- What does Hindley tell Isabella on her first night at Wuthering Heights?
- In her letter, what does Isabella ask Nelly to do?
- What is Edgar’s response to Isabella’s unhappiness?
- What defense does Heathcliff offer for his treatment of Isabella?
- Why is Heathcliff especially angry at Edgar?
- What does Heathcliff want Nelly to do?
- Why does Nelly agree to set up a meeting between Heathcliff and Catherine?
- What does Lockwood think about after Nelly leaves?
- Catherine recovers a little but remains very weak.
- Catherine’s pregnancy is important because the birth of a male heir will prevent Heathcliff and Isabella from inheriting Edgar’s estate.
- Hindley warns Isabella that every night, he visits...
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