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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Summary: A full summary of Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde capsulates the entire novel in several paragraphs.
Saman Shooshani

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

The story begins with the description of Mr. Utterson, a friend and lawyer of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Lanyon. Mr. Utterson is described to be lean, cold, and long, but it is also stated that he is somewhat loveable and friendly. In the next scene he is walking with his kin Mr. Enfield and Enfield describes to him an incidence where a short ugly man ran over a girl in the street. Enfield states that he gets a hold of the man and tells him that he will ruin his entire life. The man ends up paying off Enfield and the detective with a check for one hundred pounds. Even thought the check was signed by a very prestigious man it passed in the bank and the incident was forgotten. A dilemma of this story was that the...

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