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1

Relationship with Utterson

Distant kinsman
Cousin

2

Nobody could understand their relationship

Nut to crack for many what these two could see in each pther

3

Enfield and Utterson liked their time together - or did they not?

Obvious relief at the appearance of a friend
Chief jewel of the week
Even resisted calls of business

4

What is the first thing Stevenson tells us about Enfield

Well known man about town

5

Enfield has his own secret desires

End of the world about three o clock in the morning

6

As much mischief as Enfield may get up to - he seems to still need 'sane' like Utterson

State of mind where a man listens and listens and ... Long(s) for the sight of a policeman

7

Enfield judges quite easily

Strong Edinburgh accent
About as emotional as a bagpipe - but bagpipes ARE - he doesnt know but assumes
that Sawbones - doctor from Edinburgh well trained not a sawbones

8

Enfield supposes money is a good enough punishment ?

We screwed him up to a hundred pounds

9

Enfield jumps to conclusions

Blackmail I suppose
Blackmail House is what I call that place with the door

10

Enfield's attitude towards curiosity (yet he can jump to conclusions?)

I feel very strongly about putting questions ; it partakes too much to the style of the day of Judgement

You start a question and it's like starting a stone

11

Enfield assumes rich people should not be doing these things (yet enfield does himself?)

Last you would have thought of

12

Enfield has secrets of his own so he doesnt want to find out about others / respects others' as does Utterson

The more it looks like Queer Street the less I ask

13

Enfield has some sort of curiosity - not as much as Utterson

But I have studied the place for myself

14

Utterson and Enfield have a strong (deep) relationship

Walked on ... For a while in silence

15

Enfield is surprised Utterson is confirming (undermining their relationship?

My dear Sir
Surprised out of himself

16

Enfield gets offended by Utterson doubting him - sulks like a kid

I think you might have warned me with a touch of sullenness

17

Enfield realises he has said too much (even to Utterson) - he is the sort of person who can't help himself (opposite to Utterson)

I am ashamed of my long tongue

18

Enfield is connected to his inside desires

(The site of the door)

Connected in my mind... with a very odd story

19

Enfield is connected to his inside desires

(The site of the door)

Connected in my mind... with a very odd story