Question: English & Literature

Who is Mr. Utterson? Why does he have Dr. Jekyll's will? Why is he unhappy with the will? How does this initially drive the plot?

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100        137

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Answers
Mr. Utterson is a lawyer and old friend of Dr. Jekyll's. Although Dr. Jekyll has written his own will, he has given it to Mr. Utterson to execute it upon Dr. Jekyll's death or disappearance for more than three months. Mr. Utterson is unhappy with the will because he believes that Dr. Jekyll's heir, a man named Mr. Hyde, poses danger for Dr. Jekyll. As a friend, Mr. Utterson wants to protect his friend from Mr. Hyde, but he allows himself to be talked out of his concern by Dr. Jekyll.
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