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1

The horrible thing Hyde did to the 9 year old girl

The man trampled calmly over the child's body

2

What Hyde is described as by Enfield

Damned Juggernaut

3

What people want to do to Hyde - even the doctor!

I saw Sawbones turn sick and white with the desire to kill him

4

Hyde's appearance (but not really appearance) frightens people - just by seeing him

So ugly that it brought the sweat on me like running

But not just fear they want revenge - Hyde frightens them to the extent they want to get rid of him

5

What does Enfield say about the way Hyde looks and why he is unable to tell Utterson all about it

Extraordinary looking man and yet I really can name nothing out of the way

6

Enfield admits that Hyde is difficult to describe

I can't describe him

7

When Utterson sees Hyde what does he associate him to?

Something troglodytic
Old story of Dr Fell

8

What does Utterson first describe Hyde as

Pale and dwarfish
Impression of deformity without any noticeable malformation

9

Utterson starts to realise the impact Hyde is having internally on him

Mere radiance of a foul soul that this transpires through, transfigures its clay continent

10

The setting anticipates Hyde

City in a nightmare
Fog rolled over the city

11

The maid's description of what Hyde does to sir danvers carew

Ape like fury
Trampling his victim under foot
Bones were audibly shattered
Clubbed him to death

12

Hyde acts very strangely around Lanyon

Will you be wise? Will you be guided?

13

What Jekyll admits Hyde is

Edward Hyde, alone in the ranks of mankind, was pure evil

14

What happens when you repress Hyde

My devil had long been caged, he came out roaring

15

How Hyde is manipulative - wants to get rid of Jekyll but keep himself (he understands this so is smart enough)

Ape like tricks that would play me
Destroying the portrait of my father

16

Why Hyde cannot try and harm Jekyll too much

Had it not been for his fear of death

Long ruined himself ... To involve me

17

How people feel as soon as they see Hyde

Strongly against the watcher's inclination

18

Things that make Hyde seem like an animal

Ape like
Hissing intake of breath
Grunted
Snarled
Savage laugh

19

Hyde gets scared too

Fear ... Momentary

20

Hyde can weigh things up

Upon some sudden reflection

When he is considering showing Utterson his face

21

Religious references to Hyde

Satans signature upon a face
Spirit of hell
Child of Hell
Devilish fury
like Satan

22

Everybody else may find Hyde ugly, but Jekyll doesn't

WI was conscious of no repugnance rather a leap of welcome

23

Hyde's hand - Stevenson describes this in detail to show how animal like he is

Knuckly
Thickly shaded with a swart growth of hair

24

Jekyll thinks of Hyde as a young teenager

Hyde had more than a son's indifference

25

Hyde may share memory, but no emotions attached to them

Hyde would be not even conscious of all he had lost

26

Jekyll does not want to bring Hyde back but eventually has to give into temptation

Not that I dreamed of resuscitating Hyde

27

Jekyll has to become Hyde again - its part of his body and mind now to remain psychologically able

Moral weakness

28

Jekyll liked as Hyde what he felt as Hyde

lust of evil.... love of life screwed

29

Hyde likes seeing pain in others

Smile withered from his face ... more happily for myself

30

Hyde is strengthened by Jekyll's weakness - hatred for Jekyll

Power of Hyde seemed to have grown with the sickliness of Jekyll

He is like a disease

31

Distaste for Hyde was well known

Loathing to my gentleman ... only natural

32

Everyone including Lanyon finds Hyde repulsive

there was something abnormal and misbegotten in the very essence of his creature

33

Hyde is a distillation of the evil and selfishness in Jekyll

Jekyll says

Was a being inherently malign and villainous, his every act and thought centered on self

34

A good person looks pleasant but an evil person like Hyde does not - physiognomy

The mere aura and effulgence of certain of the powers that made up my spirit