As you stroll along the streets of London in the company of lawyer Utterson and his distant relative Enfield, the latter narrates a gruesome tale of assault he had witnessed some months ago. The tale describes a dreadful looking sinister man, Mr. Hyde, who ruthlessly tramples a young girl and disappears behind a door. A moment later he reemerges to pay off her relatives with a cheque drawn from the account of a reputable gentleman, later identified to be Utterson’s client and old friend, Dr. Jekyll.
Who is Mr. Hyde?
Who is Dr. Jekyll?
Is there a mysterious connection between the two?
Read Stevenson’s thrilling and titillating masterpiece, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, to knit up the jigsaw puzzle and unveil the suspense.
A harrowing tale of good and evil, this classic novella describes the fundamental dichotomy of the 19th century—outward respectability and inward lust, a duality for which it has been noted as ‘one of the best guidebooks of the Victorian era’ and remains one of the most famous stories of English literature.