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Orphaned as a child, he is constantly on the outside, constantly losing people. Although he and Catherine Earnshaw profess that they complete each other, her decision to marry Edgar Linton almost destroys their relationship. He spends most of his life contemplating and acting out revenge.
He is abusive, brutal, and cruel. Wild, impetuous, and arrogant as a child, she grows up getting everything she wants.
When two men fall in love with her, she torments both of them. Well-mannered and well-to-do, he falls in love with and marries Catherine.
His love for her enables him to overlook their incompatible natures. Cathy Linton Daughter of Catherine and Edgar. For the purpose of clarity, the younger Catherine is referred to as "Cathy" in this Note, and her mother is referred to as "Catherine.
Linton Heathcliff Son of Heathcliff and Isabella. Although uneducated and unrefined, Hareton has a staunch sense of pride. He is attracted to Cathy but put off by her attitude. His generous heart enables the two of them to eventually fall in love and marry.
Although she is one person capable of relating the majority of the events that occurred, she is not without bias. His visit to Wuthering Heights and subsequent actions directly affect the plot. He brings Heathcliff into his family and soon favors the orphan over his own son, Hindley.
Not much is known about her, except that she favors her own son to Heathcliff, whom she does not like. Jealous of Heathcliff, he takes a bit of revenge on Heathcliff after his father dies.
A sickly woman who dies soon after Hareton is born.
Joseph Servant at Wuthering Heights. A hypocritical zealot who possesses a religious fanaticism that most find wearisome.
They welcome Catherine into her home, introducing her to the life in upper society. They die soon after nursing Catherine back to health.
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Also explains the historical and literary context that influenced Wuthering Heights. One day, as Edgar Linton grows ill and nears death, Heathcliff lures Nelly and Catherine back to Wuthering Heights, and holds them prisoner until Catherine marries Linton.
Soon after the marriage, Edgar dies, and his death is quickly followed by .