Flashcards in Dr Jekyll and Mr hyde quotes Deck (39)
What is the quote in chapter 1 which suggests that Utterson is lovable and someone we can trust?
'Lawyer of rugged countenance...dusty, dreary...yet loveable'
When Enfield and the family look at the Hyde after trampling on the little girl what are their emotions in Chapter 1?
'Loathing...At first sight... only natural
When Enfield is recalling the event of what has happened to Utterson he thinks that Jekyll is being blackmailed. What does he say?
'Blackmail... youth capers'
When Hyde is running he bumps into a little girl and does what?
'The man trampled over the child's body and left her screaming on the ground... she was nothing more than frightened'
How is Utterson being introduced in chapter 1 as the last what?
'The last reputable acquaintance and the last good influence in the lives of down-going men'
What does Utterson say he will not do in chapter 1?
'I incline to Cain's heresy, i let my brother go to the devil in his own way'
What is the first description of Mr Hyde?
How does Enfield describe Hyde as in chapter 1?
'It wasn't like a man, it was like some damned Juggernaut'
What does Hyde say when he id being forced to give money and is surrounded by police officer and enfield to give money?
'I am naturally helpless, name your figure'
How does Enfield describe Hyde's door?
'A certain sinister block of building thrust forward'
How is Enfield described before encountering Hyde?
'Coming home from some place at the end of the world about three o'clock of black winter morning'
When Utterson and Enfield finish the story what do they book agree to do?
'Let us make a bargain to never to refer to this again'
What does Enfield also describe Hyde as in Chapter 1?
'Something of downright destable'
When Utterson goes to meet Hyde what does he say about Hyde?
'There is something more, if i could find a name for it'
In Utterson's dream what does he say Hyde is Doing?
'this creature Hyde stealing like their to Harry's bedside'
What is the quote where Utterson is determined to find Mr Hyde?
'If he be Mr Hyde, he had thought i shall be Mr seek'
When Utterson goes to meet Dr lanyon in chapter 3, why did Lanyon and Jekyll fall out?
How is Jekyll described in chapter 3?
'A great air of wealth and comfort'
How does Stevenson present Jekyll which is the opposite to criminology?
'A large, well-made, smooth-faced men of fifty'
What does Jekyll say about Lanyon in Chapter 3?
'A hide-bound pedant.... igornant'
What is another description of Jekyll in chapter 3?
What is the quote that suggests that Jekyll has something to Hyde to Utterson in Chapter 3?
'Cannot be mended by talking'
How is the Murder of Carrew described in chapter 4?
'With an ape-like fury, he was trampling his victim under foot'
What is the Quote in chapter 4 suggesting that Hyde takes pleasure in killing carrew?
' With a transport of glee, I mauled the unresisting body, tasting delight from every blow
What is the maid's description of Carrew in chapter 4?
'Accosting with a very pretty manner'
What is the setting of Soho described in chapter 4 when Utterson and police officer go to Soho?
'A great chocolate colored pall lowered over heaven'
How is Dr Jekyll described in chapter 6?
'Sat Dr Jekyll looking deathly sick.'
In chapter 6 Utterson goes to meet Jekyll where?
'dingy windowless structure'
Just before Lanyon is about to die he chooses to meet with Utterson and says what?
'For Gods sake... in Gods name'