Wuthering Heights

How does Lockwood distinguish Nelly from other members of her class?

from chapter 7  of wuthering heights

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As the novel unfolds it becomes clear that Lockwood holds a sympathy fore the housemaid that he ordinarily would never have. He takes her narration at face value and sees her judgments as of a person beyond her station in life.