Jekyll and Hyde

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  • INCIDENT WITH THE DOOR
  • Hanh Tien 10E1
  • THE UNLIKELY WILL
  • FANCIFUL JEKYLL
  • Mr. Utterson is a well-respected lawyer whose friend is Mr. Enfield. They crossed the door at the corner of the street and saw a man calmly trampled over a little girl. This man - Mr.Hyde - was dwarfish and mysteriously rich, for when Mr.Enfield asked him for a reparation to the girl's family he gave out a 100 cheque from "behind the door".
  • HYDE IN THE HOUSE
  • He has a key to the dissecting room. We all must obey Mr.Hyde. He never dines here, though.
  • The image of Mr.Hyde sat heavily on Mr. Utterson's mind. He went back home that night and pulled out a will from a man named Dr.Henry Jekyll: If Dr.Jekyll disappears or dies, all of his estate will belong to this Mr.Edward Hyde. The clauses of this intrigue document bothered Mr.Utterson greatly for its peculiarity.
  • THE MURDER OF SIR DAVERS CAREW
  • "Peculiarly small and peculiarly dwarfish!" - recalled the maid
  • Right at the very same night, Mr.Utterson rushed to Dr.Lanyon - a good friend of him and Dr.Jekyll - to ask about Dr.Jekyll. It turned out that the three men were once good fellows - yet something happened and the doctors got huge arguments relating to "Dr.Jekyll had gone too fanciful".
  • THE FORGERY
  • The two handwritings are recognisably identical!!! Jekyll was the one who wrote this letter.
  • After a brief and remarkable meeting with Mr.Hyde, Mr.Utterson was completely convinced that he disgusted this man of horror who Jekyll trusted. He found out some interesting facts through Poole - Jekyll's butler
  • A year later, London was shocked by the murder case of Sir Danvers Carew - a high man in society. The suspect was Mr.Hyde and the murder weapon was the cane of Dr.Jekyll.
  • Mr.Utterson came and visit Dr.Jekyll shortly afterwards only to receive a letter from Hyde saying that Hyde had left town. Later on, Mr.Guest, a friend of Mr.Utterson claimed that Dr.Jekyll forged the handwriting in the Hyde's letter.
  • My friend forged for a murderer?!
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