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During the first visit, while waiting in the parlor of Wuthering Heights for Heathcliff and Joseph to return from the cellar, Lockwood acts in a most unadult way, "winking and making faces" (p.
She noted how unadult the boy looked sitting where her own children sat, even though he was obviously consumed with adult concerns.