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The title of my ISU novel is Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Robert Louis Stevenson wrote this novel In the beginning a little girl is trampled by a grotesque man in the middle of the night The problem this situation presents is a fear for this heartless mad man running around the streets of London An important event that happens in the novel would be when Mr Hyde kills a man by the name of Sir Danvers Carew They were walking by each other on the street when Hyde delivered a stunning blow and beating to Carew I choose this event because it conveys the brutal manner of Hyde at its best The manner of Hyde plays a very important role in this novel It shows the brute which The main characters of this novel are Mr Utterson the lawyer and Dr Jekyll They are old friends and Utterson is also Jekylls lawyer Mr Utterson is a very caring man this shows best when his friend Dr Jekyll is growing weary He is always trying to help Jekyll out as much as possible being by his side Utterson also shows a very inquisitive personality always asking a lot of questions to get the maximum possible detail out of a situation An example of this is on pages six through eight Utterson is inquiring on details about the trampling of the little girl He asks about names where it happened who it happened to a description of the man where this man lives etc These questions give Mr Utterson a great understanding of Mr Hyde Utterson is also very trustworthy Through out the novel its portrayed numerous times An example would be this quote form Jekyll I would trust you before any man alive ay before myself This shows Jekyll great trust in Utterson and Utterson great loyalty towards JekyllFurthermore Dr Jekyll is a very educated man which shows his great intelligence An example of this
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