A “brain fever.” Even though she looks better, when Edgar wishes she could be outside for the health benefits, she says she will be in those hills but one more time.
A letter from Isabella. “The second question, I have great interest in; it is this – is Mr. Heathcliff a man?” (115)
Her description of Hindley, “His eyes, too, were like a ghostly Catherine’s, with all their beauty annihilated” (117). You can guess how that will end, seeing as Heathcliff acquires the Heights…
A tiger or a venomous serpent could not rouse terror in me equal to that which he wakens.