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Mr. Williams // Jekyll and Hyde
Terms in this set (68)
A person under the support of a patron?
To place trust in?
Unable to express one's thoughts clearly?
Spoke to first?
A great fire?
Lean and angular?
Pondered; reflected over and over?
Wretched; lacking pride?
Grieving; expressing sorry?
Beginning; in an early stage?
Supplied with a quality?
Deep rooted; habitually?
Varied; greatly diversified?
Power to produce the desired effect?
Relating to money?
Describe Mr. Utterson and Mr. Enfield?
Mr. Utterson was a lawyer, man of rugged countenance, never lighted by a smile, cold, embarrassed in discourse, backward in sentiment; lean, long, dusty, dreary, lovable. Mr. Enfield was the cousin of Mr. Utterson.
While Mr. Utterson and Mr. Enfield were walking, what did they see that reminded Mr. Enfield of an off story?
Mr. Enfield saw the door that reminded him of the guy who ran a girl over.
Summarize Mr. Enfield's story. Include the way Mr. Enfield said he felt about the man?
He witnessed a man trample a girl. The crowd despised the man after and forced him to repay. Mr. Enfield had a hatred for the man after viewing him.
What did Mr. Enfield call the house, and why?
He called it "The Black Mail House". He thought the man who went to get the check had black mailed the owner the owner for it.
What was the name of the man who walked over the child? How did Mr. Enfield describe him?
The name of the man who walked over the child was Hyde. Mr. Enfield describes him as disgusting.
What is the relationship between Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Utterson?
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Utterson are friends, Mr. Utterson is the lawyer of Dr. Jekyll.
Which phrase in Dr. Jekyll's will bothered Mr. Utterson?
The phrase in Dr. Jekyll's will that bothered Mr. Utterson was "Three months or more of Dr. Jekyll missing Hyde can step into Jekyll's shoes".
To whom did Mr. Utterson go to discuss his concerns? What were this person's comments?
Mr. Utterson went to Lanyon and he says that Jekyll has strange scientific ideas. Lanyon has never heard of Hyde.
Describe Mr. Utterson's meeting with Mr. Hyde. Include the way Mr. Utterson felt about Mr. Hyde?
Mr. Utterson asked to see the face of Hyde. After viewing the face of Hyde, Utterson felt scared and disgusted.
What did Mr. Utterson discover when he went to Dr. Jekyll's house?
He discovered that Hyde has a key, and that servants obey him.
Summarize the discussion between Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Utterson after the dinner party?
Mr. Utterson thinks Hyde is blackmailing Dr. Jekyll, and wants to help Jekyll out. While Jekyll says to stick up for Hyde.
To whom did Dr. Jekyll compare Mr. Utterson during the conversation?
Dr. Jekyll compared Mr. Utterson to Lanyon.
Describe the murder. Tell when it happened in relation to the rest of the story. Give the name of the murderer, the victim, and tell who saw the murder. Describe what the murdered man was carrying. Tell who identified the body?
The murder happened one year in relation to the rest of the story. Hyde is the murderer, Carew is the victim, and the maid saw the murder unravel. Carew was carrying a letter to Mr. Utterson and he also identified the body.
Where did Mr. Utterson and Inspector Newcomen go? Who was there? What did they find?
Mr. Utterson and Inspector Newcomen went to Hyde's house. The housekeeper was in the house. And they found the other half of the cane and some burned checkbooks.
Who gave Mr. Utterson a note? What was the note about? Where was the envelope, and what was unusual about the postmark?
Dr. Jekyll gave Mr. Utterson the note. The envelope was burned by Jekyll. Also, there was no postmark, it was handed in.
What else did Mr. Utterson discover about the note when he talked to Poole?
Mr. Utterson discovered that there was no messenger came with the note, it wasn't delivered by mail.
Who was Mr. Guest? What did he discover? What was Mr. Utterson's conclusion?
Mr. Guest was Mr. Utterson's head clerk. He discovered the handwriting was from the same person but with slight tilt. Mr. Utterson believes that Dr. Jekyll forged the note.
Describe all of the changes in Dr. Jekyll after Mr. Hyde's disappearance. What did he say about seeing Dr. Lanyon again?
Dr. Jekyll became more healthier-looking and more sociable after the disappearance of Mr. Hyde. To Mr. Utterson, it appears that the removal of Hyde's evil influence has had a tremendously positive effect on Jekyll.
After a few nights of being refused entrance to see Dr. Jekyll, Mr. Utterson went to visit Dr. Lanyon. Summarize the visit; including what Mr. Utterson thought was wrong. What did Dr. Lanyon say about Dr. Jekyll? What later happened to Dr. Lanyon?
Mr. Utterson sees Dr. Lanyon pale and sickly with a frightened look. Lanyon then explains that he expects to die in a coup,e of weeks. He violently demands that they talk of anything but Dr. Jekyll and he promised that after his death, that Utterson may know the truth.
Describe the envelope Mr. Utterson receives. Tell who gave it to him, what it says, and what is inside?
Mr. Utterson takes from his safe a letter that Dr. Lanyon meant for him after he died. Utterson finds another envelope, remain sealed until after Jekyll dies. Mr. Utterson overcomes his curiosity and puts the envelope away for safe keeping.
Where did Mr. Utterson and Mr. Enfield go for their Sunday walk? Whom did they see? What happened? How did they react?
Mr. Utterson and Mr. Enfield went to the courtyard. They find Dr. Jekyll at a window and he complains that he feels low, so Mr. Utterson and Mr. Enfield suggest that Dr. Jekyll joins them for a walk. Dr. Jekyll refuses, saying that he can't and shuts the window and vanishes. Mr. Utterson and Mr. Enfield walk away in shocked silence.
What did Poole think happened to Dr. Jekyll?
He believes that there has been some "foul play" regarding Dr. Jekyll.
Poole said Dr. Jekyll had been asking for something all week. How was he asking for it? What was it? What type did he want?
Dr. Jekyll had been asking for a drug that no drugstore in London sells. Jekyll would write his orders on a sheet of paper and throw it on the stairs. Every time Poole came back, Jekyll would tell Poole to return it because he would want something pure.
Whom and what did Poole, Bradshaw, and Mr. Utterson find when they broke the door down?
Poole, Bradshaw, and Mr. Uttersom found Mr. Hyde's body lying on the floor with a crushed vial in his hand.
Summarize the note Dr. Lanyon received. Tell when he received it, what it said, and who had signed it?
The note explains the directions that Lanyon received from Dr. Jekyll to obtain substances for the drug that he will use. Dr. Jekyll instructs Lanyon to give these ingredients to a visitor that'll come and deliver them to Jekyll himself. If Lanyon didn't follow the order, then most likely Jekyll dies, also Jekyll signed it.
Describe the messenger?
The messenger was small, with great muscular activity and great debility of constitution, and the odd, subjective disturbance caused by his neighborhood.
Retell, in order, the events at Dr. Lanyon's house?
Dr. Lanyon gave the messenger the substances and then the messenger asked for a graduated glass. The messenger the asked Lanyon if he wanted to know why he was doing all this. Of course, Lanyon said yes and then witnessed the man turn into Dr. Jekyll.
How did Dr. Lanyon say he felt after this meeting?
Dr. Lanyon says that what Dr. Jekyll told him afterward is too shocking to repeat. Also, that the horror of the event has wrecked his constitution that he will soon die.
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