Where does the strange looking door which Utterson and Enfield pass, lead to?
To Dr Jekyll’s laboratory
Enfield recalls a story involving the strange door, what does he say?
In the early hours of one winter morning.
He saw a man trampling over a young girl.
He went into the door and came out with money and a cheque
Who is the man that tramples over the young girl?
Utterson questioned Enfield if Hyde…
Used a key to open the door.
Enfield was sure
How does Stevenson present the character of Utterson?
As a complex character.
Full of ideas.
He is dreary yet somehow lovable.
What key theme is introduced? and why?
Duality, as people and places are not what they seem
How is secrecy established?
As the strange door is locked
What quotation describes Utterson?
“Dreary, yet somehow lovable”
What quotation describes the area Hyde lives?
“A certain sinister block of buildings thrust forward, its gable on the street”
What quotation describes Hyde’s evil actions?
“For the man trampled calmly over the child’s body and left her screaming on the ground”
What quotation describes the strange door?
“The door, which was equipped with neither beu nor knocker, was blistered and distained”
What quotation describes Hyde’s appearance?
“There is something wrong with his appearance; something displeasing, something downright detestable”