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nor describe his habitual conduct: he is ingenious and unresting in
seeking to gain my abhorrence! I sometimes wonder at him with
an intensity that deadens my fear; yet, I assure you, a tiger or a
venomous serpent could not rouse terror in me equal to that
which he wakens. He told me of Catherineís illness, and accused
my brother of causing it; promising that I should be Edgarís proxy
in suffering, till he could get hold of him.

I do hate him--I am wretched--I have been a fool! Beware of
uttering one breath of this to any one at the Grange. I shall expect
you every day--donít disappoint me!

ISABELLA.


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