English Literature - Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - Dr. Jekyll - Quotes

Chapter 2 - Search for Mr. Hyde

  • "too fanciful" - Dr. Lanyon 
  • "wrong in mind" - Dr. Lanyon
  • "unscientific balderdash" - Dr. Lanyon - (In regard to Dr. Jekyll's research)
  • "flushing suddenly purple" - Dr. Lanyon - (After speaking of Dr. Jekyll)
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Chapter 3 - Dr. Jekyll Was Quite At Ease

  • 'a large, well-made, smooth-faced man'
  • 'slyish cast' - (Secretive?)
  • 'every mark of capacity and kindness' - He is very understanding of others emotions.
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Chapter 4 - The Carew Murder Case

  • 'much of a connoisseur' - (connoisseur =  an expert judge in matters of taste)
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Chapter 5 - Incident of the Letter

  • 'deathly sick'
  • 'He did not rise to meet his visitor but held out a cold hand and bade him welcome in a changed voice.' -Dr. Jekyll has changed after the atrocious actions of Mr. Hyde.
  • 'The doctor shuddered.' - (At the thought of Mr. Hyde's crime)
  • 'feverish manner
  • "I have lost confidence in myself." - Dr. Jekyll
  • '"Henry Jekyll forge for a murderer!" And his blood ran cold in his veins.' - Mr. Utterson
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Chapter 6 - Incident of Dr. Lanyon - Card 1

  • 'while he had always been known for charities, he was now no less distinguished for religion.'
  • 'he was much in the open air'
  • 'he did good'
  • 'his face seemed to open and brighten'
  • 'for more than two months, the doctor was at peace'
  • 'Lanyon's face changed, and he held up a trembling hand' - (Upon the mention of Dr. Jekyll)
  • '"I wish to see or hear no more of Dr. Jekyll," he said in a loud, unsteady voice.' - Dr. Lanyon
  • "I am quite done with that person" - Dr. Lanyon
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Chapter 6 - Incident of Dr. Lanyon - Card 2

  • "one whom I regard as dead" - Dr. Lanyon
  • "Nothing can be done" - Dr. Lanyon - Nothing can repair their friendship.
  • "chief of sinners" - Dr. Jekyll
  • 'He thought of him kindly, but his thoughts were disquieted and fearful.' - (He = Mr. Utterson)
  • 'He was perhaps relieved to be denied admittance'
  • 'house of voluntary b*ndage' - Contrasts with 'pleasantest room in London' - Chapter 2
  • 'recluse' - (recluse = a person who lives a solitary life and tends to avoid other people)
  • 'out of spirits'
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Chapter 6 - Incident of Dr. Lanyon - Card 3

  • 'he had grown very silent'
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Chapter 7 - Incident At the Window

  • 'taking the air with an infinite sadness of mien, like some disconsolate prisoner' - (mien = a person's appearance or manner, especially as an indication of their character or mood)
  • '"I am very low" replied the doctor drearily' - Dr. Jekyll
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Chapter 8 - The Last Night

  • "a tall, fine build of a man" - Mr. Poole
  • "your unworthy and unhappy friend" - Dr. Jekyll
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Chapter 9 - Dr. Lanyon's Narrative

  • "insane" - Dr. Lanyon
  • "pale and shaken" - Dr. Lanyon
  • "half fainting" - Dr. Lanyon
  • "like a man restored from death" - Dr. Lanyon
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Chapter 10 -Henry Jekyll's Full Statement of the C

  • "every guarantee of an honorable and distinguished future" - Dr. Jekyll
  • "served in me those provinces of good and ill which divide and compound man's dual nature" - Dr. Jekyll
  • "consciousness of the perennial war among my memebers" - Dr. Jekyll - (perennial = lasting or existing for a long or apparently infinite time)
  • "man is not truly one, but truly two." - Dr. Jekyll
  • "primitive duality of man" - Dr. Jekyll
  • "I was radically both" - Dr. Jekyll
  •  "good shone upon the countenance of one" - Dr. Jekyll
  • "divided countenance" - Dr. Jekyll
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Chapter 10 -Henry Jekyll's Full Statement of the C

  • "my original and better self" - Dr. Jekyll
  • "incongruous compound" - Dr. Jekyll - (incongruous = not in harmony or keeping with the surroundings or other aspects of something)
  • "secret sinner" - Dr. Jekyll
  • "unhappy" - Dr. Jekyll
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