CHAPTER ONE

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  • CHAPTER ONE
    • MR UTTERSON
      • Doesn't tolerate his own weaknesses but tolerates others.
        • 'last good influence in the lives of down-going men'
        • 'He was austere with himself, drank gin', 'to mortify his taste for vintages.
      • cold, scanty and embarrassed in discourse.
      • 'friends were those of his own blood'
      • 'Something eminently human beaconed from his eyes'
        • eyes are the window to the soul
    • THE STREET AND THE DOOR
      • STREET
        • 'it drove a thriving trade'
        • 'inhabitants all doing well'
        • 'shop fronts stood with an air of invitation... like rows of smiling saleswomen'
        • 'freshly painted shutters, well polished brasses, and general cleanliness and gaiety of note'
        • 'Pleased the eye of the passenger'
      • DOOR
        • 'sinister block of building'
        • 'thrust forward'
        • 'showed no window'
        • 'a blind forehead of discoloured wall'
        • 'bore the marks of prolonged and sordid negligence.'
        • 'equipped with neither bell nor knocker'
        • 'blistered and disdained'
      • street is inviting whereas the house doesn't have a bell or knocker or windows so people can't even see inside it.
    • MR HYDE
      • 'a little man stumping along'
      • 'trampled calmly over the childs body'
      • 'damned juggernaught'
      • 'perfectly cool and made no resistance'
      • 'black, sneering coldness'
      • 'really like satan'
      • 'a really damnable man'
      • 'something disposing something downright detestable'
      • 'a strong feeling of deformity'
      • 'brought the sweat on me like running'
      • 'taken a loathing to my gentlemen at first sight'
      • 'saw sawbones turn sick and white with the desire to kill him'

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