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Robert Louis Stevenson
author
nightmare
DJMH was based on
six days
written in
reference to another literary work
allusion
longer and more complex than short story: shorter and simpler than a novel
novella
comparison of two unrelated things; leads reader to make associations and connections between the two
metaphor
London, England
location
late 1800s, Victorian Age
time period
distinct social classes, many rules for behavior
life style
formerly nice neighborhood, now in decay
Jekyll's house
nice, comfortable, many important people living nearby
Lanyon's house
Soho, poor section of town, very rundown
Hyde's house
Mr. Utterson
narrator
Mr. Utterson and Mr. Enfield
two characters begin the book with a walk
Sir Danvers carew
murdered by Hyde
Mr. Guest
discovers Hyde's letter is in Dr. Jekyll's handwriting
Mr. Enfield
witnessed the trampling of the young girl
makes a large one time payment
Mr. Hyde is forced to for the family of the trampled child
house maid
witnessed the murder of Carew
Mr. Hyde inherits all of Dr. Jekyll's estate
stipulations of Jekyll's original will filed with Mr. Utterson
Lanyon disagreed with Jekyll's scientific practices
why are Jekyll and Lanyon no longer friends
cane
used to murder Carew
Mr. Hyde was blackmailing Dr. Jekyll
what Utterson thought Mr. Hyde and Dr. Jekyll's relationship was
Mr. Hyde
disappears after Carew is murdered
studied the dual nature of man
Dr. Jekyll
murder
Mr. Hyde
had Dr. Jekyll's will
Mr. Utterson
died after he learned the secret
Dr. Lanyon
murder victim
Sir Danvers Carew
suspected foul play
Poole
footman who helped break down the door at Dr. Jekyll's house
Bradshaw
Mr. Hyde's personality
evil