Jekyll and Hyde Characters

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Henry Jekyll
A respectable doctor and scientist. Hyde is his second personality. He has a good reputation, experiments with the supernatural (the potion for duality in a person)
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Edward Hyde
evil, Jekyll’s second personality, feels no remorse when he hurts people or commits murder, short, deformed, has an abnormal shape, acts and looks animal like, short temper
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Mr. Utterson
is Jekyll’s close friend and lawyer. Tries to keep Hyde away from Jekyll, suspicious of the reason why Jekyll leaves Hyde his fortune in his will.
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Dr. Lanyon
He doesn’t agree with Jekyll’s experiment with duality. He calls Jekyll’s science theories, ‘balderdash’’ (nonsense). Died of shock because he saw Hyde turn back into Jekyll.
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Mr. Enfield
a minor character. A distant relative of Mr. Utterson. Told Utterson the story of Hyde trampling a young girl.
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Poole
Minor character. Jekyll’s loyal butler. Contacted Utterson when Jekyll locked himself in his science lab.
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Card 2

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evil, Jekyll’s second personality, feels no remorse when he hurts people or commits murder, short, deformed, has an abnormal shape, acts and looks animal like, short temper

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Edward Hyde

Card 3

Front

is Jekyll’s close friend and lawyer. Tries to keep Hyde away from Jekyll, suspicious of the reason why Jekyll leaves Hyde his fortune in his will.

Back

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Card 4

Front

He doesn’t agree with Jekyll’s experiment with duality. He calls Jekyll’s science theories, ‘balderdash’’ (nonsense). Died of shock because he saw Hyde turn back into Jekyll.

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Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

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a minor character. A distant relative of Mr. Utterson. Told Utterson the story of Hyde trampling a young girl.

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