Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3

Dr. Jekyll was Quite at Ease

A few weeks later, Dr. Jekyll invites Mr. Utterson to a dinner party. After the party, Dr. Jekyll asks Mr. Utterson to stay. They talk about the will. Dr. Jekyll tries to ease Mr. Utterson’s mind by telling him that he understands his concerns, but they are unfounded. Dr. Jekyll tells Mr. Utterson that Mr. Hyde is an important part of his life. He goes on to say that he is not being taken advantage of Mr. Hyde. In fact, Dr. Jekyll suggests that he is trying to rid himself of Mr. Hyde, but in the meantime would like understanding from Mr. Utterson.

Chapter 4

The Carew Murder Case

A year later, there is a murder in London. An eyewitness sees Mr. Hyde walking in the street. He begins to pass another man, and the other man says something to...

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