Bennet treats them coldly. Shortly thereafter, Bingley returns to Netherfield and resumes his courtship of Jane. Darcy goes to stay with him and pays visits to the Bennets but makes no mention of his desire to marry Elizabeth. Bingley, on the other hand, presses his suit and proposes to Jane, to the delight of everyone but Bingley’s sister. The family celebrates, Lady Catherine visits Longbourn and says that she’s heard that Darcy, her nephew, is planning to marry her.
During all of this, Isabella Linton, Edgar's sister, began thinking she loved Heathcliff, being completely naïve of his evil intent. Heathcliff took the opportunity, and manipulated her into eloping with him. However, after they were married, Heathcliff treated her wrongly, so she ran away. While she was gone she had a son. Heathcliff was happy to hear he had a son, who he planned on making heir to both Thrushcross Grange and Wuthering Heights.
Laxmi is dismayed by her cousin 's marital troubles and gossips about it to Miranda. She denigrates her cousin 's husband for having an affair, not knowing that Miranda herself is sleeping with a married man. Rohin is Laxmi 's nephew who is dropped off into Miranda 's care for one afternoon. The boy is smart and precocious, and he insists on getting his way. He has watched his mother 's sadness and anger following his father 's departure, and his observations about love appear wise to Miranda.
7). Suspecting of Tom’s infidelity, Daisy seems to be distracted when Tom is not around. She has very good reasons to argue that Tom is seeing another woman like in this example: when she “w[akes] up out of the ether with an utterly abandoned feeling,” after giving birth and “Tom [is] God knows where” (16-17; ch. 1). Instead of getting mad at his “mistreat”, Daisy falls “in love” with him.
After the death of Elizabeth Merkell (Polly’s sister), Mrs. Ochiltree tries to woo her former husband and become the woman of the household. This attempt evidently fails because of a scandalous affair between Sam Merkell and his servant, Julia. This affair results in the birth of a child, but shortly after, Sam Merkell dies. On his deathbed, he informed Julia of the location of his will and their marriage certificate, but Polly Ochiltree overheard and hid the papers, so that Julia would never have rights to the estate. Polly’s conniving nature was not unnoticed by Mr. Merkell when he says, “If she [Julia] had left me, I should have fallen a victim to Polly Ochiltree,—to which any fate was preferable” (168).
Jacob finds in Sandra, a model of beauty. Jacob becomes impulsive in love with her. But Sandra feels him to be a mere bumpkin. They part and never meet again. After his visit to France and Greece, Jacob returns to England and joins the war.
Cathy is enticed by Heathcliff, who she considers a stranger, to travel to The Heights and reunite with Linton (259). On the journey to the mansion, Heathcliff confides in Nelly that he intends to marry the cousins, with the hope that a healthy relationship will aid Linton in his recovery of a long-term illness (259). The three persons trek up to the castle, where Cathy is reunited with Linton, who proves to be extremely sickly (260). Nelly is suspicious of Heathcliff’s motives for joining the cousins, and therefore attempts to break up the companionship, but Cathy manages to continue a secret relationship with her cousin via letters (271) and illicit late night visits (292). Linton begs his lover to nurse him to his former health (297-298), and Cathy begins devoting all of her time to her frail cousin and her dying father (294).
Gloomy and lonely and in a moment of weakness, Aditi commits her `ek hi bhool' - she has a short-lived affair with her music teacher, Malhar. Fast forward 26 years - Aditi and Shrikant have a grownup son, Aniket, who is engaged to Revati. Life is sailing smoothly when a registered letter arrives addressed to Aditi in which her ex-music teacher Malhar has bestowed his property to her. Shrikant suspects something amiss and what he discovers shatters their peaceful existence. Aniket is disgusted with his mother on finding the truth of his existence and embarrasses her in front of
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