Ellen Dean (Nelly): Lockwood’s housekeeper, who has known all the characters for most of their lives
Bored and in low spirits from being alone in his room, and recuperating from the frightful events at the Heights, Lockwood asks Nelly Dean to sit with him while he dines. Having developed a genuine curiosity about the residents at Wuthering Heights, he hopes she can offer some insights about them. As he had hoped, Nelly is an accurate historian; she provides him with several significant pieces of information. We...
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