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Transcript of DR. JEKYLL...SYMBOLISM
LETTERS AND DOCUMENTS
What do they imply ?
MIST AND MOONLIGHT
What does this
THE APPEARANCE OF EVIL
How is it presented?
When Mr. Hyde is first described, he is associated with a strange, unnerving sensation, a sensation of evil.
Mr. Enfield describes it as a
, but it is not a physical condition – it is something more
This seems also to affect those around him,
who feel a kind of instinctive and powerful
hatred for Hyde that is
beyond their normal limits.
There are many complicated, interactions between
the characters . Confessions, even the narrative
itself are all forms of documentation that
suspense and mystery
of the novel.
The characters swear secrecy or repress their own disgust or disbelief and therefore tend to put their feelings in writing rather than speaking or revealing details to each other
The streets of Utterson’s London are obscured by the weather, just as the
mysteries of Mr. Hyde’s crimes and existence,
The moon sheds an
light over the most suspenseful moments
Mist and the moonlight
Letters and documents
The appearance of evil