Mr Utterson Character Analysis
Utterson finds himself making the wrong judgment when it comes to the interpretation of who really Mr. Hyde is as his client, and as his friend. He gets it wrong after having the will of Dr. Jekyll, which is where he sees, for the first time, the name ''Mr. Hyde.'' In fact, the author uses this false identity and identification of the character Mr. Hyde in the eyes of Mr. Utterson to introduce the complicated case that he was in-charge. It is the wrong judgment that he makes in his understanding of the character of Mr. Hyde, which he translates in making judgments on his ‘will’ that introduces the audience to the mystery surrounding his …show more content…
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