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Wuthering heights 2. Identify who the speaker in each of the following passage. Explain your rationale with at least three complete sentences. "It's...

Wuthering heights

2. Identify who the speaker in each of the following passage. Explain your rationale with at least three complete sentences.

"It's something new to hear a voice like yours!" he replied, "but I have been vexed, because you wouldn't come - And papa swore it was owing to me; he called me a pitiful, shuffling, worthless thing; and said you despised me; and if he had been in my place, he would be more the master of the Grange than your father, by this time. But you don't despise me, do you, Miss -"

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