Catherine and Edgar's daughter, Cathy, grew to be a beloved and charming child.
Hindley resents his new son, and he becomes an abusive alcoholic. Isabella died when Linton was about twelve years old, and Edgar went to fetch him to the Grange. He leaves the area for several months, and when he returns, he learns that while he was gone: Heathcliff began to act more and more strangely, and became incapable of concentrating on the world around him, as though Catherine's ghost wouldn't let him.
These names are insane, we know. In this wild, stormy countryside, Lockwood asks his housekeeper, Nelly Dean, to tell him the story of Heathcliff and the strange denizens of Wuthering Heights.
One day, Mr. The tale of Wuthering Heights is one of revenge and lost love.
When they returned home, Edgar forbade Cathy to continue visiting there, and said that Heathcliff was an evil man. Dean waited up for them, when Heathcliff returned she found out they had been spying on the Linton children, and Catherine had been bitten by a dog as they tried to run away.
Nelly was like a mother to Cathy and was her constant companion during her childhood. In order to exact his revenge, Heathcliff must wait 17 years.
Edgar and Catherine became engaged, and Heathcliff ran away. In a winter storm, Lockwood takes ill and begins conversing with Nelly Dean.