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Jekyll and Hyde chapter 7 and 8
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in what ways do Utterson and Enfield continually represent "gentlemanly" behavior?
Enfield and Utterson still go on their Sunday walks.
where does Jekyll appear and what does his attitude appear to be initially?
Utterson finds dr. Jekyll sitting by a half open window. dr. Jekyll's attitude appears to be to be "very low"
what do the three men discuss in their brief conversation?
Utterson and Enfield offer dr. Jekyll to come on a walk with them, Jekyll says that he would offer him to come in, but the house was not fit for it.
What happened to Jekyll and what is uttersons response?
the smile was struck out of the doctors face and made a face of terror and the window was thrown down. Utterson and Enfield left the court without a word.
Why does Poole come to see Utterson? what does he ask Utterson to do?
He is in panic for Jekyll is locked up in his room again. he is afraid. he asks Utterson to come and see for himself.
when Poole and Utterson knock on the locked door, a voice calls out, what is peculiar about the door.
When they arrive at Jekyll's quarters, a servant opens the door very guardedly, asking, "Is that you, Poole?" Poole says that Utterson is here, and he asks to see the doctor. A strange voice within states that Jekyll will see no one.
Poole says that he once heard weeping from behind the door, what could that indicate
this could indicate that if its Hyde or Jekyll weeping, they would be in trouble
whose voice responds from behind the locked door and what does Utterson command Poole to do once hearing the voice?
they find the door to Jekyll's lab locked. a voice that sounds unlike Dr. Jekyll, informs them that he doesn't want to be disturbed. Poole tells Utterson that the strange voice from behind the lab door has been giving commands, sending Poole on odd errands over the last week. Poole thinks that the voice behind the door is Mr. Hyde. Utterson decides that he must break the door down.
whose body is found in the laboratory?
the men find Hyde's body lying on the floor, a crushed vial in his hand. He appears to have poisoned himself.
how has Jekyll's will changed?
Hyde's name is crossed out, and Utterson's name has replaced it.
how does Utterson show his strict role as a Victorian gentleman?
He consistently seeks to preserve order and decorum, does not gossip, and guards his friends' reputations as though they were his own.
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