Question: English & Literature

Who is Sir Carew? What happens to him? How is this significant to the plot of the novel?

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Asked from the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde study pack
Sir Carew is another client of Mr. Utterson's. Sir Carew is beaten to death in the streets of London. A witness identifies Mr. Hyde as the killer. This is significant because it proves Mr. Utterson's concerns that Mr. Hyde is a killer and poses a danger to Dr. Jekyll. This is also important because it marks the moment when Dr. Jekyll attempts to rid himself of Mr. Hyde, an attempt that ultimately fails.
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