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Series: Scholastic classics
Publication Date: 7 Apr 2016
Subject: Younger teen novels
Suitable for: Secondary (Year 10, Year 11)
AR: 9.5 UY
|Paperback||19 Nov 2015||
The strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (AND) The suicide club
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Two classic stories about the split personality of a Victorian doctor and a man taking refuge in a remote Scottish pavilion.
"Edward Hyde, alone in the ranks of mankind, was pure evil."
The mysterious association between respectable Dr Henry Jekyll and despicable lowlife Edward Hyde is a puzzle to Dr Jekyll's friends, including his lawyer Gabriel Utterson. Where Jekyll is sociable, hardworking and pious, Hyde is a violent criminal, a wild hedonist.
When Hyde beats a member of Parliament to death, Utterson is determined to discover the ties that bind the two men together...
Robert Louis Stevenson's account of man's capacity for evil is as powerful today as it was on first publication in 1886.
The strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
p3 Story of the door
p12 Search for Mr Hyde
p23 Dr Jekyll was quite at ease
p26 The Carew murder case
p32 Incident of the letter
p39 Incident of Dr Lanyon
p45 Incident at the window
p48 The last night
p65 Dr Lanyon's narrative
p76 Henry Jekyll's full statement of the case
The pavilion on the links
p103 Tells how I camped in Graden Sea-wood, and beheld a light in the pavilion
p112 Tells of the nocturnal landing from the yacht
p121 Tells how I became acquainted with my wife
p132 Tells in what a startling manner I learned that I was not alone in Graden Sea-wood
p143 Tells of an interview between Northmour, Clara, and myself
p150 Tells of my introduction to the tall man
p158 Tells how a word was cried through the pavilion window
p167 Tells the last of the tall man
p176 Tells how Northmour carried out his threat