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- 'I'm not going to endure the persecutions of your hospitable ancestors again.Chapter 3 (62% in)
- This endurance made old Earnshaw furious, when he discovered his son persecuting the poor fatherless child, as he called him.Chapter 4 (71% in)
- But Heathcliff affirms his principal reason for resuming a connection with his ancient persecutor is a wish to instal himself in quarters at walking distance from the Grange, and an attachment to the house where we lived together; and likewise a hope that I shall have more opportunities of seeing him there than I could have if he settled in Gimmerton.Chapter 10 (51% in)
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