Frances Earnshaw: Hindley’s wife, who he introduces to the family at his father’s funeral
Mr. and Mrs. Linton: neighbors at Thrushcross Grange, the adjoining estate
Edgar Linton: their son, a handsome, yet babyish mama’s boy
Isabella Linton: their daughter, a spoiled and foolish girl
Hindley arrives home for his father’s funeral with his wife Frances, a silly, pretty girl with no apparent family connections. Hindley is reminded of his loathing for Heathcliff, and drives him from...
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