Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Saddleback Classics) by Robert Louis Stevenson, uncredited, Saddleback Educational

By Robert Louis Stevenson, uncredited, Saddleback Educational Publishing

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Utterson examined the letter, which was written in an odd, upright hand. It was signed Edward Hyde. In it, Hyde thanked Jekyll for all the help he had given him. He urged the doctor not to worry about his safety, for he had a sure means of escape. M r. U t t e r s o n l i ke d t h i s l e t t e r w e l l enough. It showed that Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde were not as close as he had feared. ” he asked. 29 DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE “Please,” said the doctor. “Decide for yourself what to do with it. ” “Well, I shall consider it,” said Mr.

He also asked the reason for breaking off his friendship with Lanyon. The next day he received a reply. Dr. Jekyll wrote that the break with Lanyon could not be mended. He said, “I do not blame our old friend. But I share his view that we must never meet again. My life from now on must be very secluded. Do not be surprised if my door is often shut—even to you. But never doubt our friendship. “You must let me go my own dark way. I have brought on a punishment and a danger I cannot name. If I am the chief of sinners, I am also the chief of sufferers.

The next day he received a reply. Dr. Jekyll wrote that the break with Lanyon could not be mended. He said, “I do not blame our old friend. But I share his view that we must never meet again. My life from now on must be very secluded. Do not be surprised if my door is often shut—even to you. But never doubt our friendship. “You must let me go my own dark way. I have brought on a punishment and a danger I cannot name. If I am the chief of sinners, I am also the chief of sufferers. There is only one way you can help me, Utterson.

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