Do you know your classic literary villains?

Every story needs a protagonist – and an antagonist. How well do you remember some of the nastiest/scariest/most famous villains in literary history?

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1. Heathcliff is favored by Mr. Earnshaw. Who grows jealous and treats Heathcliff poorly when Mr. Earnshaw passes away?

Hindley is jealous of his father's affection for Heathcliff. When Hindley inherits Wuthering Heights he treats Heathcliff like a common laborer.

Hindley is jealous of his father's affection for Heathcliff. When Hindley inherits Wuthering Heights he treats Heathcliff like a common laborer.

Hindley is jealous of his father's affection for Heathcliff. When Hindley inherits Wuthering Heights he treats Heathcliff like a common laborer.

Hindley is jealous of his father's affection for Heathcliff. When Hindley inherits Wuthering Heights he treats Heathcliff like a common laborer.

"Wuthering Heights," by Emily Brontë

Nelly

 

Mr. Linton

 

Edgar

 

Hindley

 
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