Rilla of Ingleside - Victory! and Mr. Hyde Goes to His Own Place Summary & Analysis

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Victory! and Mr. Hyde Goes to His Own Place Summary

In these two brief chapters, the war ends. Germany and Austria sue for peace, to the delight of everyone. Nevertheless, the community still waits in fear as the last lists of wounded and dead are drawn up. Still, the war is over.

In "Mr. Hyde Goes to His Own Place," the cat disappears. He is not dead, but does not come home again. Susan, meanwhile, decides to take a honeymoon - alone. After sixty-four years, she has decided that she deserves one, whether or not she is married.

Victory! and Mr. Hyde Goes to His Own Place Analysis

The disappearance of Dr.Jekyll and Mr. Hyde can be seen as a symbol of the resolution offered by the book: the dual nature of the narrative, the pleasant...

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