Haikus from Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte

From a book categorized as and 446 pages follows a description and a number of hidden haikus found in the book:

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But here is Kenneth;
 I'll go down, and tell him how
much better you are.

A great addition,
 in my eyes, was his being
left without an heir.

And then, I thought, how
 ever will that weakling live
at Wuthering Heights?

'How strange that he should
 never come to see mamma
and me!' he murmured.

'No, no; sit you down,
 my good mistress,' she replied;
'you're right sickly yet.