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Dorian Grey / Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde

ENG4U Seminar
by Jennifer Millan on 28 February 2013

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Transcript of Dorian Grey / Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde

By: Candice, Brianna, Stephanie,
Maddy, Patricia, & Jennifer The Picture of
Dorian Gray
&
The Strange Case
of Dr. Jekyll
and Mr. Hyde Let's take a closer look... SUMMARY
OF
PLOT CHARACTERS THEMES SETTING CONFLICTS LITERARY
DEVICES
&
WRITING
TECHNIQUES CONNECTIONS RESEARCH
ON
BOOKS ANALYSIS
OF
BOOKS EVALUATION MISCELLANEOUS Dorian Grey
&
the painting Jekyll
&
Hyde Dorian Gray & Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde to... Texts Dorian Gray & Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde to... Society Dorian's painting
and his soul Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
and his soul Similarities
&
Differences Weaknesses Strengths THE END Foreshadowing Irony Foil Motifs "If he be Mr. Hyde" he had thought, "I shall be Mr. Seek."-Mr. Utterson "Besides, what on earth could happen to you, Dorian? You have everything in the world that a man can want. There is no one who would not be delighted to change places with you."-Lord Henry Dorian Gray & Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde to... Lives -Time Period -Customs -History -Geography Having tainted hands
Self confusion Major Conflict:
Selling his soul of Dorian Gray Picture The Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde of Case Strange The Major Conflict:
Controlling Mr. Hyde Concealing Mr. Hyde
Guilty Conscience Dorian Gray Basil Lord Henry Sybil Homosexuality Good vs Evil Appearances Dr. Jekyll Mr. Hyde Mr. Utterson Mr. Lanyon
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