How are we informed of lockwoods shallowness at the end of chapter 15?
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At the beginning of the chapter, we come to empathize with Catherine because of her illness.
As far as becoming aware of Lockwood's shallowness, I believe the following quote explains it best....
'She's fainted, or dead,' I thought: 'so much the better. Far better that she should be dead, than lingering a burden and a misery-maker to all about her.'