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Summary of Chapters 25 to 27.
Here are the main points covered in these chapters.
- Ellen tells Mr Lockwood that the events only happened a year ago. Huh!
- Ellen believes Mr Lockwood is in love with Cathy. Huh!
- She tells Mr Lockwood how in the end Edgar was insistent on meeting Linton, yet both were looming towards death.
- Cathy and Ellen ride to meet Linton, only to find him gravely ill.
- Cathy is very disappointed to find Linton in his present state.
- A week later, leaving her father on his deathbed, Cathy returns to visit Linton.
- Linton is very distressed by her visit.
- Heathcliff appears on the scene and is quite beastly to Linton.
- Heathcliff insists Cathy escorts Linton home, only to then lock Ellen and her in the house.
- Cathy attempts to retrieve the key and is beaten by Heathcliff for her efforts.
- Linton reveals to Cathy that Heathcliff plans for them to be wed by morning, so will keep her locked up until then.
- In the morning, Cathy is allowed out, but Ellen is held a further five nights.
Firstly, I was in shock to discover that the events taking place in the story now were only a year behind the present story telling to Mr Linton. I really had thought the Cathy revealed in the beginning of the book appeared a lot older than that. At the moment in the story, she is still a very young girl and doesn't sound at all like the Cathy now living with Heathcliff.
Secondly, Mr Lockwood in love with Cathy!!! Where did that one come from. I really would never have guessed that two meetings would result in love.
Heathcliff has now turned into even more of a monster than he was before. I can't believe I ever felt any pity for him. He is just pure evil.
I am definitely withering as we make our journey to the end of this book. I have never read such a depressing book. If I was a character in this book, I would have long ago been wearing a strait jacket.
Two more weeks left, what more can happen. I know there are definitely a couple more deaths to occur before the end, yet I feel so blase about them!