Jekyll and Hyde Chapter 2

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  • Jekyll and Hyde Chapter 2
    • "a clouded brow"
      • Utterson's confused mind. Links in with later pathetic fallacy of fog.
    • "Lanyon sat alone over his wine."
      • Lanyon indulges in his pleasures in the privacy of his home as this is respectable.
    • "This was a hearty, healthy, dapper red-faced gentlemen."
      • Lanyon's apperance. Contrasts after he sees Hyde turn into Jekyll.
    • "a boisterous and decided manner."
      • Lanyon is a cheerful, lively and affectionate person.
    • "Unscientific balderdash"
      • Lanyon calls Jekyll's science to be nonsense
    • "Mr Hyde shrank with a hissing intake of breath..."
      • "Hissing" symbolises a snake which could represent the devil.
    • "snarled aloud into a savage laugh"
      • Hyde has no regard or understanding of polite conversation.
    • "Mr Hyde was pale and dwarfish, he gave an impression of deformity without any nameable malformation
      • Hyde's apperance bears a mark on the soul.

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