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Letter to Heathcliff from Isabella (Wuthering Heights-Emily Bronte)

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Introduction

DEAR HEATHCILFF How are you, I hope that your unwell. There is a question in my mind, do you want everyone to celebrate you absence and wish that you?d be dead soon? For your kind information everyone includes me. I know that it is quite mean and stone-hearted to do such a thing to a human but you?re not a human and I do not have a heart to be polite. ...read more.

Middle

I know that Catherine was blind like me to have fallen for you, but she realized it early and had my brother beside her. You know I still remember the times you were away, Catherine used be flourished of happiness. Your arrival caused her death; you must know that you are a murderer. Oh! ...read more.

Conclusion

You shall forget that I ever loved you, and I threw your ring you shall get another one if you want me back. And remember you are not going to get my child; you?re not being a father. Oh! I thank Lord that such an evil creature like you were not blessed with parents. I shall have happiness only by seeing you dead as I won?t have those evil eyes gazing my way. Truly to say you have given me nothing but tears, joy is out of question. ISABELLA ...read more.

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