'Is he actually so utterly indifferent for my life?’ ‘Why, ma’am,’ I answered, ‘the master has no idea of your being deranged; and of course he does not fear that you will let yourself die of hunger.’

Nelly tells Cathy that Edgar doesn’t know about her illness

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Death, Emotions, Marriage, Pain, Women

Is he actually so utterly indifferent for my life?’ ‘Why, ma’am,’ I answered, ‘the master has no idea of your being deranged; and of course he does not fear that you will let yourself die of hunger.’

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Cathy starves herself
Cathy, mad with fever, asks Nelly to open the window

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