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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 9-10 Summary

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Chapter 9

Dr. Lanyon’s Narrative

Mr. Utterson returns to his office and opens the letter from Dr. Lanyon. The letter describes how Dr. Lanyon received a letter from Dr. Jekyll asking him to go to his lab and retrieve a box. Dr. Lanyon was then asked to take this box back to his home where a representative of Dr. Jekyll’s would come for it in a few days. Dr. Lanyon did this, only to find that the representative was Mr. Hyde. Mr. Hyde went directly to the box and prepared a solution out of the ingredients in the box. When Mr. Hyde drank this preparation, he suddenly transformed into Dr. Jekyll. This was the shock that lead to Dr. Lanyon’s death.

Chapter 10

Henry Jekyll’s Full Statement of the Case

In the packet Poole gave to Mr. Utterson, he finds Dr. Jekyll’s story. The...

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