Dr Jekyll Flashcards

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Which quotation relates to Jekyll's awareness of two aspects of his character in conflict?
"..two natures that contended in the field of [his] consciousness."
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How are Jekyll's scientific interests described?
"..led wholly towards the mystic and transcendental."
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How is Jekyll's incomprehensible relationship with Hyde described? (Think familiar objects)
"..was knit to him closer than a wife, closer than an eye; lay caged in his flesh."
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What is the quotation which relates to Jekyll's reputation, which he is introduced by?
"One of your fellows who do what they call good."
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Which quotation tells us that Jekyll feels language has failed him?
"It is useless..to prolong this description; no one has suffered such torments."
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In which quote does Jekyll feel confident in his own intellect, as he believes his discovery is a unique advance in science?
"I began to perceive more deeply than it has ever yet been stated."
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Why does Jekyll become a frightened recluse towards the end of the novel?
Jekyll's fascination with his "other" self became so obsessive that he was finally no longer able to control the metamorphosis process, and Edward Hyde began appearing whenever he wanted to — and not at the command of Dr. Jekyll
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"..led wholly towards the mystic and transcendental."

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