Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde.

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  • Jekyll & Hyde
    • The Last Night. C8
      • ‘This is a very strange tale Poole; this is a rather wild tale my man,’
      • ‘Is a thing that cries to Heaven,’
      • ‘If it was my master, why had he a mask upon his face?’
      • ‘A voice answered from within,’
      • ‘If it was my master, why did he cry out like a rat and run from me?’
      • ‘And about the hearth, the whole of the servants, men and women, stood huddled together like a flock of sheep.’
      • ‘I give you my bible word it was Mr Hyde’
      • ‘The wind made talking difficult and flecked the blood into the face’
      • ‘Once I heard it weeping..’ Weeping like a woman or a lost soul,’
      • ‘It was a wild, cold seasonable night of March’
      • ‘Right in the midst there lay a body of a man sorely contorted and still twitching. They drew near on tiptoe, turned it on its back, and beheld the face of Edward Hyde.’
      • ‘I think there’s been foul play,’ said Poole hoarsely
    • Dr Jekyll Was Quite At Ease. C3
      • ‘The large, handsome face of Dr Jekyll grew pale to the lips and there came a blackness about his eyes,’
      • ‘The moment I chose, I can be rid of Mr Hyde’
      • ‘A large, well-made, smooth faced man of fifty, with something of a slyish cast perhaps..’
      • ‘I don’t ask that,’ pleaded Jekyll
    • Dr Lanyon's Narrative. C9
      • ‘I put him back, conscious of his touch of a certain icy pang along his blood,’
      • ‘Have you got it,’ he cried ‘Have you got it?’
      • ‘The compound changed to a dark purple…watery green’
      • ‘The more I reflected, the more I became convinced that I was dealing with a case of cerebal disease’
      • ‘Your sight shall be blasted by a prodigy to stagger the unbelief of Satan.’
      • ‘The phial…might have been about full of a blood red liquor’
      • ‘Pale and shaken and half fainting, and groping before him with his hands, like a man restored for death-there stood Henry Jekyll’
      • ‘Upon the reading of this letter, I made sure my colleague was insane,’
      • The creature who crept into my house that night..’
    • Search For Mr Hyde. C2
      • ‘He began to go wrong, wrong in the mind,’
      • ‘Still he was digging at the problem,’
      • ‘My Hyde has a key/ we all have orders to obey him’
      • ‘He would be aware of a great field of lamps in a nocturnal city,’
      • ‘The other snarled in a savage laugh’
      • ‘The figure in these two phases haunted the lawyer all night,’
      • ‘Mr Hyde shrank back with a hissing intake of the breath’
      • ‘Glide more stealthily, more swiftly’
      • ‘If he be Mr Hyde, I shall be Mr Seek’
      • ‘Through wider labyrinths of lamp lighted city’
      • ‘And still the figure had no face/melted before his eyes’
    • Incident At The Window. C7
      • ‘The smile was struck out of his face and succeeded by an expression of such abject terror and despair,’
      • ‘I am very low Utterson…very low,’
      • ‘In silence’
      • ‘Like some disconsolate prisoner, Utterson saw Jekyll’
      • ‘They were both pale, and there was an answering horror in their eyes,’
      • ‘I am uneasy about poor Jekyll,’
      • ‘God forgive us! God forgive us! Said Mr Utterson
    • The Carew Murder Case. C4
      • ‘Dingy Street/gin palace/ragged children huddled in the doorways,’
      • 'He had never been photographed'
      • ‘Like a district of some city in a nightmare,’
      • ‘Nearly a year later..’
      • ‘The fog would be broken up and a haggard shaft of daylight would glance in between the swirling wreaths,’
      • ‘Maid-servant…had gone upstairs to bed about eleven’
      • ‘Hailing down a storm of blows under which the bones were audibly shattered,’
      • ‘She became aware of an aged and beautiful gentlemen with white hair..’
      • ‘Hailing down a storm of blows under which the bones were audibly shattered,’
      • ‘All of a sudden he broke out in a great flame of anger’
      • ‘With ape like fury he was trampling his victim under foot,’
      • ‘She became aware of an aged and beautiful gentlemen with white hair..’
      • ‘Stamping his foot/broke out of all bounds and clubbed him to the earth,’
      • ‘That was the haunting sense of unexpressed deformity which the fugitive impressed his beholders,’
    • Henry Jekyll's Full Statement. C10
      • ‘Though so profound a double dealer, I was in no sense a hypocrite; both sides of me were in dead earnest,’
      • ‘To be more wicked, tenfold more wicked, sold a slave to my original evil; and the thought, in that moment, braced and delighted me like wine.’
      • ‘Edward Hyde, alone, in the ranks of mankind, was pure evil,’
      • ‘I felt younger, lighter, happier in body..’
      • ‘I had been out for one of my adventures..’
      • ‘The most racking pains succeeded: a grinding in the bones, deadly nausea and a horror of the spirit,’
      • ‘I had gone to bed Henry Jekyll, I had awakened Edward Hyde,’
      • ‘That in the agonising womb of consciousness these polar twins should be continually struggling’
      • ‘Instantly the spirit of hell awoke in me and raged’
      • ‘Man is not truly one but truly two’
      • ‘The powers of Hyde seem to have grown with the sickliness of Jekyll’
      • ‘Will Hyde die upon the scaffold? Or will he find the courage to release himself at the last moment? God knows; I am careless; this is my true hour of death,’
      • ‘That child of hell had nothing human’
    • Story Of The Door. C1
      • 'Mr utterson, the lawyer'
      • 'Counted them the cheif jewel of each week'
      • 'Two doors from one corner'
      • 'Showed no window/was blistered and distained'
      • ‘Tramps slouched in the recess/the schoolboy tried his knife on the mouldings’
      • ‘I am ashamed of my long tongue. Let us make a bargain never to refer to this again.’
      • ‘He must be deformed somewhere, he gives a strong feeling of deformity,’
      • ‘The more it looks like Queer St, the less I ask,’
      • ‘Black, sneering coolness/like Satan’
      • ‘All as empty as a church’
      • ‘It wasn’t like a man, it was like some damned Juggernaut’
    • Remarkable Incident Of Dr Lanyon. C6
      • ‘You must suffer me to go my own dark way.’
      • ‘Lanyon declared himself a doomed man’
      • ‘The packet slept in the inmost corner of his private safe,’
      • 'He had his death warrant written legibly upon his face,’
      • ‘He preferred to speak to Poole upon the doorstep, rather than to be admitted into the house of voluntary *******,’
      • ‘A new life began for Dr Jekyll’
    • Incident Of The Letter.C5
      • ‘Guest’s eyes brightened..’
      • ‘It is an odd hand’
      • ‘A murderer’s autograph’
      • ‘The two hands are in many points identical,’
      • ‘The letter was written in an odd, upright hand,’
      • ‘Henry Jekyll forge for a murderer!’
      • ‘He did not like his friend’s feverish manner,’
      • ‘Close up to the warmth, sat Dr Jekyll, looking deadly sick
      • ‘Utterson I swear to God,’ cried the doctor, ‘I swear to God..’
      • ‘The doctor shuddered’

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