Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Objects/Places
London: The city where the story takes place, London is an important setting for this mystery--with its ever-present fog, socially stratified neighborhoods, and Victorian contradictions in what appears to be, and what really is. The rich character of London is central to the story.
Door (Hyde’s entrance into Dr. Jekyll’s laboratory wing): On one of their Sunday walks, Mr. Enfield and Mr. Utterson pass a building with a noticeable door, which prompts Mr. Enfield to tell a story of his encounter with Mr. Hyde. Mr. Utterson’s motivation is to find the secrets lying behind that door.
Dr. Jekyll’s Will: A will that Dr. Jekyll drafts despite the disapproval of his lawyer friend, Mr. Utterson, it states that in the event of Dr. Jekyll’s death or disappearance, Edward Hyde will be the prime beneficiary of the estate.