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Jekyll and Hyde
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Describe Mr. Utterson
He is a lawyer, cold, scanty, lean, dusty, lovable, doesn't talk much, likable
Describe Mr Enfield
Mr. Utterson's cousin, popular
What is their weekly ritual?
They go for a walk every Sunday.
How does Enfield describe Hyde's appearance?
Cant explain it; they feel dirty about him and hate him
What does Utters discover when he reads Dr. Jekyll's will?
All possessions should be passed to Edward Hyde.
What is Dr. Lanyon's relationship with Jekyll and Hyde?
Dr. Lanyon and Jekyll used to be really good friends and then their friendship ended. Dr. Lanyon does not know Hyde at all.
Why is Utterson so obsessed with finding out more about Hyde?
He wants to see his face.
When Utters finally does meet Hyde, what does he say about him?
Hyde disgusts him and he's not sure why, theres just something about him.
What does Utters learn about Jekyll and Hyde from Poole what does he assume about their relationship?
They have dark secrets. Jekyll has a key to Hyde's and can come and go as he pleases.
How does Jekyll describe Lanyon? What does this suggest about Jekyll's feelings about his own abilities?
hide-bound pedant, blatant pedant, boring, will never do something great
When Utterson confronts Jekyll about hyde, what does Jekyll say about their relationship and what does he make Utterson promise to do?
They don't really talk, they just want justice. He can get rid of Hyde whenever he wants. And promise to help him for his sake when he is no longer alive.
What does the maid witness and how does she react?
A guy takes his cane and beats a man to death and then he runs away. The maid faints.
What did the victim have on him?
A letter to Utterson - his lawyer
What does Utterson discover when he goes to Hyde's apartment?
Hyde is not home, he has the murder weapon and he has Jekyll's checkbook.
When Utters tells Jekyll about the incident, what does the doctor say about his relationship with Hyde?
He's not dangerous. He's gone and not coming back.
Jekyll gives Utterson a letter that was sent to him by Hyd, but what does Poole tell Utterson about the mail?
Nobody came to drop off the mail/letter.
What does Guest discover about the letters?
They are the same, they both have the same handwriting.
What does Utters assume about the relationship between Jekyll and Hyde?
Jekyll wrote the letter for Hyde to cover up for him.
How does Jekyll fare with the disappearance of Hyde?
He is totally fine, he is thriving.
After two months, however, what does he do to Utterson?
He shuts down and stops going to dinners and hosting them.
How does Jekyll respond to Utterson's letter?
He needs to make things right.
What happens to Lanyon and what does he leave for Utterson?
He dies and he leaves a letter: Do not open till the death or disappearance of Jekyll.
What does Enfield realize about the location of Hyde's laboratory?
The laboratory is under both Jekyll and Hyde's houses.
How does Jekyll look from the window?
He looks very ill.
Why does Utterson mutter "God forgive us" after the incident at the window?
He says this because of what they have just seen; Jekyll transform into Hyde.
Why does Poole come for Utterson?
Jekyll's room is locked and he fears that Jekyll has been murdered and that the killer is still in there.
What does Utterson realize when Poole talks to Jekyll through the door?
His voice has changed; it is not Jekyll that he is speaking to.
What else does Poole say about Jekyll?
It doesn't look like Jekyll either.
What do Poole and Utterson find once they break down the door?
They find Hyde dead; he overdoses. They also find him with a letter and a new will.
What caused Lanyon to become mortally ill? How do we know that Lanyon was so vulnerable to shock? What effect does Lanyon's death have on the story?
He saw Hyde turn into Jekyll and it made him so sick. If Jekyll had talked to Lanyon, Lanyon could have helped him, but now he is dead.
Why did Jekyll want to reveal his transformation to Lanyon?
This was an accomplishment for Jekyll.
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