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In the winter of 1801, a man named Lockwood pays a visit to his landlord Mr. Heathcliff, who lives at Wuthering Heights. Lockwood finds out Mr. Heathcliff odd and wants to learn more about him. When he gets back to his residence at Thrushcross Grange, he asks his home keeper, Nelly, to tell the story of Heathcliff, which he writes in his diary. She tickles his history and of their estates through the current, and Lockwood leaves and returns to the complete the novel. Nelly begins her narrative with her youth working as a slave in Wuthering Heights. Mr. Earns haw, the owner of the Heights, goes to Liverpool, and returns with the orphan boy, Heathcliff. The Earns haw children, Hindley and Catherine, do not enjoy Heathcliff, but Catherine quickly comes to appreciate him. Three years later, Mr. Earns haw expires and Hindly inherits the Heights. Hindly still participates Heathcliff, and sets him to work as a laborer. Catherine and Heathcliff throw off one night to the Grange to make fun of Edgar and Isabella Linton, the snobbish kids who live there. Catherine gets bitten by a puppy, and is forced to stay in the Grange until she gets better. By now Catherine comes back, she is a proper young woman and Edgar suggests to her. She loves Heathcliff, but she wants to be with Edgar because he's rich. Heathcliff, hearing this, runs away and does not come back for three years. If he returns, he immediately sets about looking for revenge on those who've wronged him. Handily has a drinking problem and has no money. Heathcliff pays for the Heights and soon after Handily dies, and Heathcliff inherits the manor. He finds out Isabella Linton likes him so he chased her and treats her very cruelly, so he could inherit the Grange. Catherine becomes.