Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Plot

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Story of the door
Enfield tells Utterson about the the incident involving a man (Hyde) trampling on a young girl. The man paid compensation. Enfield said that the man had a key for the Jekyll's laboratory.
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Search for Hyde
Utterson looks at Dr Jekyll's will and discovers that he has left his possessions to Mr Hyde. Utterson sees Hyde unlock the door and warns Jekyll. Poole says that the servants must obey Hyde.
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Dr Jekyll was quite at ease
Utterson goes to a dinner party at Jekyll's house and tells him about his concerns. Jekyll laughs off his worries.
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The Carew murder case
An elderly gentlemen is murdered in the street by Hyde. A letter to Utterson is found on the body. Utterson recognises the murder weapon from Jekyll. He takes the police to Jekyll's house and find Hyde there.They find the rest of the cane and leave.
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Incident of the letter
Utterson goes to Jekylls house and finds him 'looking deadly sick'. Jekyll shows Utterson a letter saying Hyde is never coming back. Utterson thinks the letter has been forged by Jekyll to cover for Hyde.
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Remarkable Incident of Dr Lanyon
Hyde has disappeared and Jekyll seems happier until sudden depression. Utterson visits Dr Lanyon, who hints that Jekyll is the cause of the illness. Utterson writes to Jekyll and receives a reply saying he has fallen 'under a dark influence.'
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Incident at the Window
Utterson and Enfield see Hyde confined like a prisoner. Utterson shouts him and Jekyll's face has a look of 'abject terror and despair'.
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The Last night
Poole tells Utterson to come to the house, the door to the lab is locked and the voice inside sounds like Hyde. Hyde has been asking for a chemical to be brought in but refuses it. The open the door and find a body with a confession.
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Dr Lanyons Narrative
The letter shows how he received a letter asking him to collect chemicals, a vial and notebook from the lab. Lanyon has to give it to a man at midnight. Hyde arrives and drinks the potion which transforms him into Jekyll, causing Lanyon to fall ill.
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Henry Jekylls full statement of the case
Jekyll tells the story of how he turned into Hyde. It began as a scientific investigation into the duality of man and an attempt to destroy his 'darker self.' He began addicted to Hyde,who took over and destroyed him.
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Utterson looks at Dr Jekyll's will and discovers that he has left his possessions to Mr Hyde. Utterson sees Hyde unlock the door and warns Jekyll. Poole says that the servants must obey Hyde.

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Search for Hyde

Card 3

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Utterson goes to a dinner party at Jekyll's house and tells him about his concerns. Jekyll laughs off his worries.

Back

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Card 4

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An elderly gentlemen is murdered in the street by Hyde. A letter to Utterson is found on the body. Utterson recognises the murder weapon from Jekyll. He takes the police to Jekyll's house and find Hyde there.They find the rest of the cane and leave.

Back

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Card 5

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Utterson goes to Jekylls house and finds him 'looking deadly sick'. Jekyll shows Utterson a letter saying Hyde is never coming back. Utterson thinks the letter has been forged by Jekyll to cover for Hyde.

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