If you ever looked at me once with what I know is in you,I would be your
slave. Cathy, if your heart were only stronger than your dull fear of God
and the world, I would live silently contented in your shadow. But,no!
You must destroy us both with that weakness you call virtue. You must keep
me tormented with that cruelty you think so pious. You've been smug and
pleased with my vile love of you, haven't you? Haven't you? Well， after
this, you can think of me as something else than that Cathy's foolish and
despairing lover.You can think of me as Isabella's husband， and be glad
for my happiness as I was for yours.