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Form Three Novel : Dr. Jekyll And Mr Hyde
The book begins with two men, Mr. Utterson and his cousin Mr. Richard Enfield, on a walk in London. Although the two men are initially silent, after passing a mysterious cellar door in a basement, Mr. Enfield launches into a strange occurrence that centered around the door. Late one night, while he was on his way home, he chanced upon a deformed, short man who trampled a girl in the street who was on her way to get a doctor. The girl's family and Mr. Enfield catch the mysterious man and instead of getting the police, they decide to blackmail him and force him to give the girl's family money. Agreeable, the mysterious man disappears into the same cellar door and comes out with a check bearing not his own name, but that of the respectable Dr. Jekyll. Surprisingly, the check was not a forgery.
After hearing the story, Utterson returns to his home where he removes Dr. Jekyll's mysterious will, which he recently filed with Mr. Utterson. Jekyll's will stated that in case of his death, his substantial estate will pass to Mr. Hyde, but even stranger, in case of his disappearance for more than three months, Hyde will assume Jekyll's life without delay. He also realizes that the mysterious door is connected, in an L shape way, to Jekyll's home. Utterson decides that Jekyll is being blackmailed by Hyde and seeks to search to see his face in order to understand why. After tracking him down, he is initially civil but turns angry when Utterson proceeds in the conversation.
One year later, Hyde murders Sir Danvers Carew with a cane. With help from Utterson, the police find Hyde's apartment ransacked. After leaving, Utterson proceeds to Jekyll's and confronts him for harboring a murder. Jekyll claims that he is done with Hyde and promises that he has nothing left to do with him. He does, however, have a farewell note from Hyde. Utterson examines the note and his clerk, Mr. Guest, later discovers that the handwriting from the note matches a dinner invitation written by Dr. Jekyll. Angrily, Utterson assumes that Jekyll has forged a letter for a murderer. More time passes, and we learn that although Hyde has not been located, Dr. Jekyll becomes more and more social until one day Utterson attended a dinner party at Jekyll's where Lanyon was present. Shortly there after, Jekyll secluded himself and Dr. Lanyon fell ill and died. After his death, Dr. Lanyon left Jekyll a letter than instructed him not to read it for ten years. After these mysterious events, Enfield and Utterson again walk by the mysterious door. Through one of the windows, they witness Jekyll having a frightening seizure through the windows of the cellar.
About a week later, Poole, Jekyll's butler, approaches Utterson, who is afraid because Jekyll has locked himself in the basement and the only things that hear is strange sounds, including crying. The only communication that has come is letters desperately asking for a specific type of salt. Utterson follows Poole to Jekyll's house and breaks down a red cabinet where the body of Hyde is found. In the laboratory, the two discover a large envelope addressed to Mr. Utterson. Inside, Jekyll urges Utterson to read the package from Lanyon and if he wished to know more, read the further description that Jekyll provided within the envelope.
Lanyon's narrative begins by describing a strange letter he received from Henry Jekyll, the night after a dinner party at Jekyll's residence. The letter urges Lanyon to go to Jekyll's house and get the contents of a drawer in the laboratory. Afterwards, a strange caller will come to Lanyon's house in Jekyll's name and recover these same items, powder, a phial, and a paper book. Lanyon does as much, thinking that Jekyll is crazy, and Mr. Hyde appears at the subscribed time. He gives Hyde the ingredients; Hyde mixes them into a potion, and after drinking it transforms into Dr. Jekyll. This shock, the pure evilness of the situation, was what brought about Lanyon's subsequent death.
After reading the account of Dr. Lanyon, Utterson then reads Jekyll's own account of his failed experiment. Jekyll believed that the soul is made up of two separate distinctions: evil and the good. These two separate beings live in continuous and inherent conflict with each other. Slowly, Jekyll begins an experiment where he makes two potions and transforms himself into Edward Hyde. Shortly after becoming Hyde, he drinks a second potion and once again becomes Henry Jekyll. This experiment begins Jekyll's exploration of his other self, a side that he freely explores and feels no remorse for the negative and evil actions of Mr. Hyde.
For some months, this behavior continued until one moment, "I had gone to bed Henry Jekyll, I had awakened Edward Hyde." Alerted that the character of Hyde might irrevocably stay, Jekyll chose to give up the freedom of Hyde and for two months his decision held weight. Unfortunately, he was tortured with Hyde's longing and he once again took the potion and brutally murdered Carew. Because of the manhunt for Hyde, he swore this character off forever and set out to try to remedy the evil. This, however, failed because Hyde was an irrevocable part of Jekyll's character. One night, while contemplating the deeds of Hyde, Jekyll was once again transformed into Edward Hyde. Realizing that he could not return to his house, he sent the letter to Dr. Lanyon and Mr. Poole and went immediately to a hotel. He went home once again but every time he would fall asleep, he would revert to Mr. Hyde. Soon, his potions began to fail to work and he ran out of the salt needed for the potion. Hyde launches a desperate search across London for this potion, but was unsuccessful. In the end, Hyde kills himself and therefore lets both Jekyll and Hyde free
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syamilah wrote:why there is no synopsis chapter by chapter??
someone please help me here...
Synopsis chapter by chapter, you can read the plot my dear:)
PLOT BY CHAPTER
Chapter 1: Night in the City
- The first encounter with the devious character Edward Hyde. It was two o'clock in the morning when Richard Enfield
walked back to his home in the city.
- He saw Hyde trampled a child and went after him for an explanation.
Chapter 2: The Signature
- In this chapter the doctor finds that the child was shocked by the incident. The cruel Mr.Hyde insist that it was an
- Dr.Grant wants to call the police but Richard Enfield proposed that Hyde pay a compensation to the girl's family.
- Hyde agreed to pay 100 pounds, 10 pounds in gold coins and 90 pounds in a cheque as compensation to Edie's
- As Mr.Hyde did not have any money or a cheque with him, he took Richard and Edie's father to his house- an hour
walk in a seedy part of London.
Chapter 3: Blackmail House- In this chapter Richard Enfield and his uncle,Mr.Utterson, go for their Sunday afternoon walks together.
- One of their walks ended at the street where Mr.Hyde entered a building to get the money.
- Richard relates the incident and the signature on the cheque to Mr.Utterson, who is also Dr.Jekyll's lawyer and good
- Mr.Utterson is curious and wants to investigate Edward Hyde.
Chapter 4: In Search of Mr.Hyde- In this chapter, Mr.Utterson reads Dr.Jekyll's will and is worried about Mr.Hyde and his connection with Dr.Jekyll.
- In the will,Dr.Jekyll had stated that should anything happen to Dr.Jekyll, all his money and property shall go to Edward
- Mr.Utterson sought the help of Dr.Lanyon, Dr.Jekyll's friend.
- He waited at the doors of Blackmail House to look at Mr.Hyde.
- He approached Mr.Hyde and spoke to him. Hyde was rude and shouted at Mr.Utterson and called him a liar because
they have a common friend in Dr.Jekyll.
Chapter 5: Dr.Jekyll
- In this chapter, Mr.Utterson suspects that Dr.Jekyll is being blackmailed. He believes that Mr.Hyde may even kill
Dr.Jekyll to get hold of the wealth.
- Mr.Utterson asks Dr.Jekyll about Edwrad Hyde but Dr.Jekyll does not cooperate and tells Mr.Utterson to keep quiet
about Mr.Hyde. He intends to get rid of him one day.
- Mr.Utterson has to excute the will as instructed by Dr.Jekyll.
Chapter 6: The Carew Murder Case- In this chapter, Sir Danver Carew was beaten to death in front of his home.
- Mr.Hyde is the suspect as the servant witnessed the murder.
- Mr.utterson helps the police to hunt for Edward Hyde.
- The inspector found Mr.Hyde's cheque stub that was not burnt in the fireplace. With this evidence the inspector and
Mr.Utterson went to the bank to catch the culprit. However he did not turn up at the bank to withdraw money. When
questioned, the bank employers all remembered that Mr.Hyde looked deformed.
Chapter 7: The Letter
- In this chapter, Mr.Utterson confronted Dr.Jekyll about Sir Danver Carew's murder. He asked him if he had hidden
Mr.Hyde. Dr.Jekyll claimed that he will cut all ties with Mr.Hyde and told about a letter sent by Mr.Hyde.
- Mr.Utterson read the letter which states that Mr.Hyde regretted his actions and will find ways to disappear. When
Mr.Utterson asked for the envelope, Dr.Jekyll said he had burnt it. Mr.Utterson took the letter and gave it to
Mr.Guess, his chief clerk who noticed that the writing in the letter and the invitation sent by Dr.Jekyll was the same.
Chapter 8: The Terror of Dr.Lanyon
- In this chapter, Mr.Hyde disappeared after the death of Sir Danver Carew.
- Dr.Jekyll socialized with his friends before he return to his lonely and mysterious life again.
- Mr.Utterson met with Dr.Lanyon before he died. A few days after Dr.Lanyon died, he left an envelope for Mr.Utterson.
Inside the envelope was another envelope, instructing Mr.Utterson to open it only when Dr.Jekyll disappeared or died.
Mr.Utterson was puzzled with the word "disappeared" used by both Dr.Jekyll in his will and in Dr.Lanyon's instructions.
Chapter 9: The Face at the Window
- In this chapter, Mr.Utterson and his nephew Mr.Enfield went for their usual Sunday afternoon walks which ended at
the back of Dr.Jekyll's house, they talked to Dr.Jekyll at the window of his lab.
- Mr.Utterson saw Dr.Jekyll changed into Mr.Hyde.
Chapter 10: The Last Night
- In this chapter, Poole runs to Mr.Utterson's house to inform him that Dr.Jekyll had shut himself in the lab for a week.
- Mr.Utterson heard a stranger's voice in Dr.Jekyll's lab.
- Mr.Utterson and Poole suspected Dr.Jekyll may be murdered by Mr.Hyde
- They broke down the lab's door and found Mr.Hyde dead but no sign of Dr.Jekyll.
Chapter 11: The Disappearance
- In this chapter, Mr.Utterson and Poole looked around the house and laboratory for Dr.Jekyll, they suspected that
Dr.Jekyll had been murdered and buried somewhere.
- They went back to the lab to search for some clues and evidence. Mr.Utterson found some chemicals which were
heaped and measured. There was also a long mirror in the lab.
- Then Mr.Utterson found an envelope addresses to him with the altered will. In the will he found that Dr.Jekyll had
made him the beneficiary.
- There was another letter regarding Dr.Lanyon's letter about Dr.Jekyll.
Chapter 12: Dr. Lanyon's Statement- In this chapter, Dr.Lanyon described the contents of Dr.Jekyll's letter he received on January 9. In the letter Dr.Jekyll
begs Dr.Lanyon to take the drawer from his study and deliver it to a person who claimed to be Dr.Jekyll ( is actually
Mr.Hyde)in Cavendish Square.Dr.Lanyon examined the things in the drawer, there were some powders, a bottle of
red liquid and a book containing a series of dates.
- Dr.Lanyon followed Dr.Jekyll's instructions for the sake of their friendship and because Dr.Jekyll's life was at stake.
- Dr.Lanyon witnessed Mr.Hyde transformed to Dr.Jekyll.
Chapter 13: Dr.Henry Jekyll's Full Statement of the Case- In this chapter, Dr.Jekyll told his life story and wrote his final confession..
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