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1  Hindley descended more leisurely, sobered and abashed.
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2  Hindley and I held it a favourite spot twenty years before.
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3  And then, Linton would be nothing, nor Hindley, nor all the dreams that ever I dreamt.
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4  Hindley sat opposite, his head leant on his hand; perhaps meditating on the same subject.
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5  Her affection tired very soon, however, and when she grew peevish, Hindley became tyrannical.
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6  To my joy, he left us, after giving this judicious counsel, and Hindley stretched himself on the hearthstone.
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7  Mr. Hindley had gone from home one afternoon, and Heathcliff presumed to give himself a holiday on the strength of it.
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8  As I reached them, Hindley leant forward on the rails to listen to a noise below; almost forgetting what he had in his hands.
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9  He delighted to witness Hindley degrading himself past redemption; and became daily more notable for savage sullenness and ferocity.
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10  I was a child; my father was just buried, and my misery arose from the separation that Hindley had ordered between me and Heathcliff.
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11  The house-door was ajar, too; light entered from its unclosed windows; Hindley had come out, and stood on the kitchen hearth, haggard and drowsy.
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12  We searched the house, above and below, and the yard and stables; they were invisible: and, at last, Hindley in a passion told us to bolt the doors, and swore nobody should let them in that night.
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13  An unexpected aid presently appeared in the shape of Throttler, whom I now recognised as a son of our old Skulker: it had spent its whelphood at the Grange, and was given by my father to Mr. Hindley.
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14  I urged my companion to hasten now and show his amiable humour, and he willingly obeyed; but ill luck would have it that, as he opened the door leading from the kitchen on one side, Hindley opened it on the other.
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15  He said he called to gather information concerning me from you, supposing you resided there still; and Joseph told Hindley, who came out and fell to questioning him of what he had been doing, and how he had been living; and finally, desired him to walk in.
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16  Heathcliff had gone to loose the beast, and shift it to his own stall; he was passing behind it, when Hindley finished his speech by knocking him under its feet, and without stopping to examine whether his hopes were fulfilled, ran away as fast as he could.
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17  He went up the walk, and entered the house; but, instead of Hindley, Heathcliff appeared on the door-stones; and I turned directly and ran down the road as hard as ever I could race, making no halt till I gained the guide-post, and feeling as scared as if I had raised a goblin.
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