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The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

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  • Post Date 2018-11-06T12:00:05+00:00
  • Post Category Essays

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The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

INSTRUCTIONS:

Write an essay about an aspect of Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. This will be a thesis-driven research paper, so you should plan to both develop an original claim about topic and also incorporate the ideas other people have already had about this topic. I expect you to use close reading techniques, character analysis and comparative stragities to determine the importance of embedded narrative to the plot of the novel. 

For the research component of this essay, I will expect one academic article, one resource from the newton critical edition of the novel and one additional resource of any type

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Student Name Professor Name Subject The strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Concisely, Robert Stevenson published the novel in “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in 1886. The mystery thriller novel is about a certain respectable man who in his laboratory takes occasionally takes a potion to become a dark and evil individual. The novel begins with the lawyer (Mr. Utterson) who with his relative Mr. Enfield are on a walk. After walking past a door, Mr. Enfield remembers ascertain sad story that he tells his relative Mr. Utterson. The story is about a brutal man who knocks down a young girl, after a aloud yelled from onlookers, the man disappears into a door and after a short while he comes back with a cheque signed by one prominent man. The cheque signer is disclosed as Dr. Jekyll and the man who knocked down the young woman is no other than Mr. Hyde. It turns out that Mr. Utterson is Dr. Jekyll’s lawyer since Dr. Jekyll instructed Mr. Utterson that in case of an event of his death or disappearance, his state should be handed down to Mr. Hyde. The suspicious Lawyer about his client’s activities with Mr. Hyde prompts Him to follow the whole mystery. He hunts Mr. Hyde down to a certain house that is adjacent to Dr. Jekyll is and finds Mr. Hyde. He notes that Mr. Hyde is undefinably ugly and deformed man but despite his surprise, Mr. Hyde offers Mr. Utterson his address to visit someday. Dr. Jekyll remains in privacy and refuses t...


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