Science and religion (Part 2)

In this lesson, we will revisit the theme of science and religion in the novel, considering how Stevenson uses Hyde’s creation to play on Victorian readers’ fears about new scientific advancement.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

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Q1.Which character is Dr Jekyll's dramatic foil?

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Q2.Why did many pious Victorians fear Darwin's theory of evolution?

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Q3.Stevenson presents Dr Jekyll and Dr Lanyon as contrasting characters. What does he use this contrast to explore?

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Q4.Which quotation shows that Dr Lanyon is dismissive of Dr Jekyll's science?

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Q5.What does the quotation “O God!” I screamed, and “O God!” again and again’ suggest?

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Q1.Which character is Dr Jekyll's dramatic foil?

1/5

Q2.Why did many pious Victorians fear Darwin's theory of evolution?

2/5

Q3.Stevenson presents Dr Jekyll and Dr Lanyon as contrasting characters. What does he use this contrast to explore?

3/5

Q4.Which quotation shows that Dr Lanyon is dismissive of Dr Jekyll's science?

4/5

Q5.What does the quotation “O God!” I screamed, and “O God!” again and again’ suggest?

5/5

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Lesson 4 - Analysing Science and Religion for 'Jekyll and Hyde'

This quiz consolidates your analysis of the creation of Hyde and how this relates to the themes of science and religion in the novella.

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Question 2

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Question 5

Q1.What does 'sacrilege' mean?

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Q2.Which character is dehumanised in the novella?

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Q3.What does 'ape-like fury' allude/refer to?

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Q4.Which quotation best supports the idea that Jekyll’s creation of Hyde was sacrilegious (evil)?

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Q5.Which quotation shows Jekyll losing freedom as he loses control of Hyde?

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Lesson 4 - Analysing Science and Religion for 'Jekyll and Hyde'

This quiz consolidates your analysis of the creation of Hyde and how this relates to the themes of science and religion in the novella.

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Q1.What does 'sacrilege' mean?

1/5

Q2.Which character is dehumanised in the novella?

2/5

Q3.What does 'ape-like fury' allude/refer to?

3/5

Q4.Which quotation best supports the idea that Jekyll’s creation of Hyde was sacrilegious (evil)?

4/5

Q5.Which quotation shows Jekyll losing freedom as he loses control of Hyde?

5/5

Lesson summary: Science and religion (Part 2)

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