Others, including the child's family, all possess this intense loathing for Hyde, accompanied with a desire to kill him. This first Chapter, then, presents not only Enfield's view of Hyde, but also the views of several others and, consequently, the reader is entranced about a person who can evoke such horrible responses in such differing types of people. And we should also note that Dr. Jekyll is not even mentioned — in fact, this part of London is built so strangely that it is not until quite some time later that we are able to discern that the particular door which... [continues]
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