English Quotes Jekyll and Hyde

Utterson and Enfield walk past and notice the door from the building, it has two sides to it. that are vast from looking the same
"blistered and distained" Chapter 1
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Soho was an area of poverty, its also located in the richer more respectable part of London
"dingy street" in a "dismal quarter of Soho"
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Jekyll was "liked" and seemed like a pleasant, sociable man. But had a "slyish" look about him
First signs of Jekylls dual personality Chapter 3
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Jekyll writes in his reply to Utterson that "I am the chief of sinners, i am the chief of suffers also
This hints the internal conflict between Jekyll and Hyde. He has brought it upon himself. Chapter 6
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Even Lanyon, the doctor and religious person he thinks that his "personal distaste" however later realises its "much deeper i the nature of man"
Dual nature of man Chapter 9
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Jekyll decides to stop taking the potion to lead to a good, respectful life. However he is soon "tortured with throes and longings" to be Hyde again
This shows the more you repress your desires, the more strong they will come out. Jekyll kept Hyde "long caged" but then he came out and killed Carew, he came out more evil.
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