In Bronte's Wuthering Heights, what are the ways in which Lockwood compares himself to Heathcliff?

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There are a number of ways in which Lockwood reckons himself like Heathcliff, but he notes that there is a difference between them as well. In the first chapter, in which Lockwood is used by Bronte to establish Heathcliff's character traits, there are a number of instances in which Lockwood likens himself and Heathcliff saying they have the same qualities, in fact at one point Lockwood says:

No, I’m running on too fast: I...

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