Wuthering heights chapter 26 quotes

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Quote by Mark Z. Danielewski: “Her smile, Im sure, burnt Rome to the ground.”

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WUTHERING HEIGHTS by Emily Bronte - FULL Audiobook - Dramatic Reading (Chapter 26)

Wuthering Heights Summary and Analysis of Chapters 26-30

I shall be your father, to-morrow—all the father you'll have in a few days—and you shall have plenty of that. Heathcliff's promise of fatherhood spells misery and certain abuse for his soon-to-be daughter-in-law. Here, as elsewhere in the novel, family roles are very confused. Heathcliff was a brother but never really treated like one—nor acted like one. Now he will be a "father" who acts like no father should. Catherine, Catherine, I'm a traitor, too, and I dare not tell you!

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Cathy and Nelly embarked on their trip to Wuthering Heights in late summer. They were to ride and meet Linton at the crossroads between the properties, but he was not there. His messenger told them that Linton wanted them to come closer to the Heights. Nelly was annoyed, and even more so when they saw Linton a quarter mile from the Heights, and without a horse. Linton was weak and ill, much worse than the last time they saw him.

Emily Bronte

Summer was already past its prime, when Edgar reluctantly yielded his assent to their entreaties, and Catherine and I set out on our first ride to join her cousin., When Ellen and Cathy rode to meet Linton, they had to go quite close to Wuthering Heights to find him. He was evidently very ill, though he claimed to be better: "his large blue eyes wandered timidly over her; the hollowness round them, transforming to haggard wildness, the languid expression they once possessed"

Quote 1: "was moved to rise and denounce Jabes Branderham as the sinner of the sin that no Christian need pardon. Quote 2: "Terror made me cruel; and finding it useless to attempt shaking the creature off, I pulled its wrist on to the broken pane, and rubbed it to and fro till the blood ran down and soaked the bedclothes Quote 3: "I cannot love thee; thou 'rt worse than thy brother. Go, say thy prayers, child, and ask God's pardon. I doubt thy mother and I must rue that we ever reared thee! Quote 4: "I'm trying to settle how I shall pay Hindley back. I don't care how long I wait, if I can only do it at last.

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