Introduction. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. The Author. Robert Louis Stevenson Born in 1850 in Edinburgh, Scotland Married Fanny Osbourne Died in Samoa on December 3,1894. Dr. Jekyll. A doctor who has covered up a
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A doctor who has covered up a
secret life full of bad and cruel deeds. He is transformed into the cruel, remorseless, evil Mr. Hyde after drinking a potion of his own creation. Dr. Jekyll has many friends and has a friendly personality.
Mr. Hyde is the evil side of
Dr. Jekyll. He is a disliked, young man.
A former friend of Jekyll's, who
disagrees with his scientific principles, is the first person to whom Hyde's identity is revealed. Dr. Lanyon is the one who replaces the omitted Utterson in most film adaptations.
The phlegmatic lawyer Gabriel
John Utterson whom the narrator follows in his quest to discover the identity of Hyde. In most adaptations of the novel he is omitted and replaced by Dr. Lanyon.
A faithful butler who has worked
for the doctor for almost 20 years. He calls Utterson one night when he and the other servants are convinced that someone has killed Dr. Jekyll and keeps himself locked in the laboratory.
Cousin to Mr. Utterson witnessed
Hyde walking over a little girl in the street, and he with the girl's parents and other residents force Hyde into writing a cheque for the girl's family. Enfield discovers that the cheque was signed by Dr. Jekyll.