dr jekyll final


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  • The Incident at the Window
  • "I should like to very much but no, no, no, it is quite impossible I dare not."
  • The Last Night
  • "Tell Him I cannot see anyone!"
  • The Last Night
  • Both Utterson and Enfield are taking another walk and they pass Jekyll's house. They see Jekyll staring endlessly out of the window and call out to him. He replies but does so with an expression that 'froze the very blood of the two gentlemen below'.
  • Dr Lanyon's Narrative
  • Utterson pays a visit to Dr Jekyll who has locked himself away. They find the voice that replies from the room very strange and that it resembles the voice of Hyde. Poole states that the voice has been crying for certain chemicals but they have been not pure.
  • Dr Lanyon's Narrative
  • Both of the men break down the door and enter to find a body on the floor next to a vial. The body appears to be twitching.
  • Henry Jekyll's Full Statement of the Case
  • In his narrative, Lanyon describes having to go to Jekyll's laboratory in order to withdraw a drawer and a notebook and then give this to a man who would come at midnight. The man seemed desperate.
  • The man then makes a mixture and then follows by drinking the potion. To Dr Lanyon's shock, the man transforms from Mr Hyde into Dr Jekyll. Due to the horror of what he witnessed, Dr Lanyon becomes ill.
  • Dr Jekyll records that at first it was exciting to go into the duality of human nature. Of how a person is both good and evil. Unfortunately, Jekyll becomes addicted to being Hyde, who eventually was the end of him.
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