Jekyll and Hyde Chapter 7

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  • Jekyll and Hyde Chapter 7
    • "like some disconsolate prisoner"
      • Jekyll is described as being unhappy and appears to be trapped.
    • "the smile was struck out of his face and succeeded by an expression of such abject terror and despair"
      • Jekyll is aghast by his realisation of his change into Hyde
    • "froze the very blood of the two gentlemen below"
      • Utterson and Enfield are shocked by what they have witnessed at the window.
    • "they turned and left the court without a word"
      • Reference to secrecy. Despite witnessing the extro-ordinary change, they do not discuss it.
    • "they were both plae; and there was an answering horror in their eyes."
      • Both gentlemen express their terror and shock in their faces rather than through words.
    • "God forgive us! God forgive us!"
      • Jekyll's transformation is unnatural. utterson asks God for forgiveness.

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