Lo Strano Caso Del Dottor Jekyll E Del Signor Hyde

Lo Strano Caso Del Dottor Jekyll E Del Signor Hyde

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a classic horror novella by Robert Louis Stevenson, published in 1886. It tells the story of a lawyer investigating the connection between the respectable Dr. Jekyll and the mysterious Mr. Hyde. The story is set in Victorian London, and explores the duality of human nature and its implications.

Strange Tale of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a horror novella by Robert Louis Stevenson, which tells the story of a lawyer who is investigating the connection between the respectable Dr. Jekyll and the mysterious Mr. Hyde. The story is set in Victorian London, and explores the duality of human nature and its implications.

The novella opens with the lawyer, Mr. Utterson, receiving a visit from his friend, Mr. Enfield. Enfield tells Utterson of a strange incident that he had witnessed, involving a man named Mr. Hyde who had tramped on a young girl and then handed over a cheque to her family in compensation. Utterson is intrigued by the mysterious Hyde, and soon discovers that he is the beneficiary of Dr. Jekyll’s will.

Utterson then begins to investigate the strange connection between Jekyll and Hyde, and soon discovers that Jekyll has been using a potion to transform himself into Hyde. Utterson is horrified by the implications of this discovery, and struggles to make sense of it.

Unravelling the Mystery

Utterson is determined to get to the bottom of the mystery, and soon discovers that Jekyll has been using a potion to transform himself into Hyde. He is horrified by the implications of this discovery, and struggles to make sense of it.

Utterson then goes to confront Jekyll, who confesses that he has been using the potion to transform himself into Hyde in order to indulge in his darker desires without consequence. Jekyll explains that Hyde is an embodiment of the evil side of his personality, and that he is unable to control the transformation.

Utterson is appalled by Jekyll’s confession, and soon discovers that Hyde has become increasingly violent and dangerous. He resolves to prevent Jekyll from transforming into Hyde again, but is soon horrified to discover that Jekyll has been unable to stop himself from transforming and is now trapped in the form of Hyde.

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a classic horror nove