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The strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde / by Robert Louis Stevenson.

By: Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894.
Contributor(s): Project Gutenberg.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Salt Lake City : Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation, 2008Description: 1 online resource : multiple file formats.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceSubject(s): Jekyll, Henry (Fictitious character) | Hyde, Edward (Fictitious character) | Science fiction | Horror tales | Physicians -- Fiction | Psychological fiction | Multiple personality -- Fiction | London (England) -- FictionGenre/Form: Electronic books.Online resources: Click here to access a downloadable ebook. | Click here for HTML | Click here for EPUB | Click here for Kindle | Click here for Plain Text
Contents:
Story of the door -- Search for Mr. Hyde -- Dr. Jekyll was quite at ease -- The Carew murder case -- Incident of the letter -- Incident of Dr. Lanyon --- Incident at the window -- The last night -- Dr. Lanyon's narrative -- Henry Jekyll's full statement of the case.
Summary: Dr. Jekyll invented a drug that would change him into the ominous Mr. Hyde. His evil nature, however, became the stronger part of him and to his horror, he no longer needed the formula to transform his appearance.
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Story of the door -- Search for Mr. Hyde -- Dr. Jekyll was quite at ease -- The Carew murder case -- Incident of the letter -- Incident of Dr. Lanyon --- Incident at the window -- The last night -- Dr. Lanyon's narrative -- Henry Jekyll's full statement of the case.

Dr. Jekyll invented a drug that would change him into the ominous Mr. Hyde. His evil nature, however, became the stronger part of him and to his horror, he no longer needed the formula to transform his appearance.

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