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Story of the Door pg 5 He is not easy to describe There is something wrong with his appearance something displeasing something downright detestable I never saw a man I so disliked and yet I scarce know why He must be deformed somewhere he gives a strong feeling of deformity although I couldnt specify the point Hes an extraordinary-looking man and yet I really can name nothing out of the way No sir I can make no hand of it I cant describe him And its not want of memory for I declare I can see him this moment Robert Louis Stevenson utilizes Enfields voice in this passage He gives Enfield a very unsure voice to show the reader that Hyde was quite the hideous beast although it is hard to say why Enfield is unable to give a clear discription of Hyde but his point is clear Enfield gives the impression that Hyde is a deformed man who is also very ruthless Enfield gives the reader the first look at Hyde and right from the start marks Hyde as horrible creature which the world can do without Then throughout the story there are more incidents which seem to prove Enfields description of Hyde to be correct
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