Chapter 28
She supported him calmly, in appearance; and he fixed on her features his raised eyes that seemed dilating with ecstasy. / He died blissfully, Mr. Lockwood: he died so. Kissing her cheek, he murmured,—‘I am going to her; and you, darling child, shall come to us!’ and never stirred or spoke again; but continued that rapt, radiant gaze, till his pulse imperceptibly stopped and his soul departed.