Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde quotes

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'...like a district of some city in a nightmare'
Narrator, Ch4
1 of 37
'...showed him a dingy street, a gin palace...'
Narrator, Ch4
2 of 37
'so that the shop fronts stood...with an air of invitation like rows of smiling saleswomen'
Narrator, Ch1
3 of 37
'a great air of wealth and comfort'
Narrator, Ch2
4 of 37
'The court was...full of premature twilight, although the sky...was still bright with sunset'
Narrator, Ch7
5 of 37
'wild, cold, seasonable night...with a pale moon lying on her back'
Narrator, Ch8
6 of 37
'dark like the back end of evening'
Narrator, Ch4
7 of 37
'He must be deformed somewhere...although I couldn't specify the point'
Enfield, Ch1 - of Hyde
8 of 37
'Mr Hyde was pale and dwarfish, he gave an impression of deformity'
Utterson, Ch2 - of Hyde
9 of 37
'a disgustful curiosity'
Lanyon, Ch9 - of Hyde
10 of 37
'That child of hell'
Jekyll, Ch10 - of Hyde
11 of 37
'Hardly human...something troglodytic'
Utterson, Ch2 - of Hyde
12 of 37
'I felt younger, lighter, happier...tenfold more wicked'
Jekyll, Ch10 - of Hyde
13 of 37
'He had an approved tolerance for others'
Narrator, Ch1 - of Utterson
14 of 37
'professional honour and faith...were stringent obligations'
Narrator, Ch6 - of Utterson
15 of 37
'weeping like a woman or a lost soul'
Poole, Ch8 - of Jekyll/Hyde
16 of 37
'hearty, healthy, dapper, red-faced'
Utterson, Ch2 - of Lanyon
17 of 37
'Where Utterson was liked he was liked well'
Narrator, Ch3 - of Utterson
18 of 37
'He had his death warrant written legibly upon his face'
Utterson, Ch6
19 of 37
'my mind submerged in terror'
Lanyon, Ch9
20 of 37
'...creature stealing like a thief to Harry's bedside'
Utterson, Ch2
21 of 37
'The moment I choose, I can be rid of Mr Hyde'
Jekyll, Ch3
22 of 37
'Henry Jekyll forge for a murderer!'
Utterson, Ch5
23 of 37
'abject terror and despair as froze the very blood of the two gentlemen below'
Narrator, Ch7
24 of 37
'Man is not truly one, but truly two'
Jekyll, Ch10
25 of 37
'evil was written broadly and plainly on the face of the other'
Jekyll, Ch10
26 of 37
'...this side of the house; he mostly comes and goes by the laboratory'
Poole, Ch2
27 of 37
'If I am chief or sinners, I am chief of sufferers also'
Jekyll, Ch6
28 of 37
'Hyde...must have secrets of his own; black secrets'
Utterson, Ch2
29 of 37
'I was thinking of my own character'
Jekyll, Ch5
30 of 37
'plod in the public eye with a load of genial respectability'
Jekyll, Ch10
31 of 37
'I concealed my pleasures'
Jekyll, Ch10
32 of 37
'Henry Jekyll became too fanciful for me'
Lanyon, Ch2
33 of 37
'apelike fury'
Narrator, Ch4
34 of 37
'Unscientific balderdash'
Lanyon, Ch2
35 of 37
'Satan's signature upon a face'
Utterson, Ch2
36 of 37
'hellish, but inorganic'
Jekyll, Ch10
37 of 37

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