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- Heathcliff, I'm proud to show you, at last, somebody that dotes on you more than myself.Chapter 10 (84% in)
- I was vain of his commendations, and softened towards the being by whose means I earned them, and thus Hindley lost his last ally: still I couldn't dote on Heathcliff, and I wondered often what my master saw to admire so much in the sullen boy; who never, to my recollection, repaid his indulgence by any sign of gratitude.Chapter 4 (82% in)
- He had room in his heart only for two idols — his wife and himself: he doted on both, and adored one, and I couldn't conceive how he would bear the loss.Chapter 8 (11% in)
- Even if he had doted on me, the devilish nature would have revealed its existence somehow.Chapter 17 (17% in)
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