I had the misfortune, when she had provoked me exceedingly, to lay the blame of his disappearance on her: where indeed it belonged, as she well knew.

Nelly blames Cathy for Heathcliff’s disappearance

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Heathcliff had never been heard of since the evening of the thunder-storm; and, one day, I had the misfortune, when she had provoked me exceedingly, to lay the blame of his disappearance on her: where indeed it belonged, as she well knew. 

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Bad weather on the night of Heathcliff's disappearance
Catherine's diagnosis

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