Wuthering Heights
Emily Brontë
Contributed by Karim Chandra
Chapter 14

Mrs. Dean visits Isabella in Wuthering Heights and gets shocked at the state of everybody else except Heathcliff.  Edgar's response to Isabella was cold for a sibling. Edgar responds he was not angry with the sister sorry for her. Heathcliff appeared a gentleman while Isabella was a shadow of her former self, "… Little slattern." Heathcliff assures Mrs. Dean that he is incapable of harming Edgar provided Cathy still loves him. Heathcliff always was assured of Cathy's love. He was not bothered that Cathy married Edgar their love was solid. Heathcliff requested Mrs. Dean to organize a meeting between Cathy and him. Heathcliff’s heart is troubled.


The chapter explains traits and values represented by Cathy. Isabella disgusts Heathcliff, and he is clear he could only marry her to achieve his revenge agenda. The environment and associations affected by purity, charity and, humility on turning an evil person into a kind individual.  Heathcliff shows compassion on Linton by employing a curate to teach him how to read and write. Heathcliff wanted the best for Linton to execute his evil plan of revenge.

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