Now, was it not the depth of absurdity—of genuine idiotcy, for that pitiful, slavish, mean-minded brach to dream that I could love her?

Heathcliff calls it absurd that Isabella believed that he loved her

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Class, Hate, Pain, Revenge

Now, was it not the depth of absurdity—of genuine idiotcy, for that pitiful, slavish, mean-minded brach to dream that I could love her?

p.195

Heathcliff claims it is impossible for Edgar to love Cathy as much as he does
Isabella resists letting Heathcliff gain power over Edgar

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