Jekyll and hyde, chapter 6

Jekyll and hyde, chapter 6
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  • As soon as I got home, I wrote to Jekyll about my disapproval from not being allowed access to his home. 
  • The next day, I received a reply from Jekyll, informing me of his argument with Lanyon. His letter was often pathetically worded.
  • I do not blame our old friend, but I do not share the same views as he does. From now on, i mean to leave a life of seclusion. Do not be surprised, and do not question our friendship. I have brought a terrible punishment upon myself, as well as a danger I must not name. Utterson, please believe me, and respect my silence.
  • Dear G. J. Utterson
  • Your friend,        HENRY JEKYLL
  • One week later, dear old Lanyon took to his bed, and in less than two weeks, he had passed away.
  • Rest well, Lanyon...
  • I attended Lanyon's funeral. Memories and thoughts about my now deceased friend came rushing back. Rest in peace, old friend. May we meet again one day.
  • DR. HASTIE LANYON
  • After the funeral, i returned back to my own residence. Everything around me gave off a melancholy aura. Naturally, being one of Lanyon's closest friends, I received his will. The front was labeled with the words "PRIVATE: for the hands of G. J. Utterson ALONE, and in the case of his predecease, to be destroyed unread." I opened the envelope, but to my surprise...
  • ...a second document fell out.
  • NOT TO BE OPENED TILL THE DEATH OR DISAPPEARANCE OF HENRY JEKYLL.
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