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Essay | Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Summary: A summary of Robert Louis Stevenson's tale Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. The story is noteworthy because of Dr. Jekyll's ability to turn into a different person at will through drinking a potion he concocted.
The main characters in this book are:
  • Dr. Henry Jekyll, a medical doctor and scientist
  • Edward Hyde, Dr. Jekyll's mysterious friend and heir
  • Gabriel John Utterson, Dr. Jekyll's old friend and lawyer
  • Hastie Lanyon, Dr. Jekyll's childhood friend and doctor
  • Poole, Dr. Jekyll's butler
  • Richard Enfield, Mr. Utterson's young cousin
  • Inspector Newcomen, a Scotland Yard detective
  • Mr. Guest, head law clerk to Mr. Utterson
  • Sir Danvers Carew, A Member of Parliament
  • Sarah, a housemaid
This book begins when Mr. Utterson and Mr. Enfield are taking a walk in London. Mr. Enfield describes a traumatic incident he witnessed in the area they were in. A man had trampled over a little girl. The man's name was Mr. Hyde. Mr. Hyde had paid the parents of the girl to not tell anyone about the incident. He went into a scary looking door and came out with a...

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