Dr. Jekyll was quite at ease
In this chapter, the reader is introduced to the character of Dr. Jekyll and learns that he does not want to tell Utterson about the connection between himself and Hyde. We will look at how Stevenson uses language to suggest that Jekyll is concealing the truth.
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