Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

What is the story of Cain and Abel? What does it mean that Mr. Utterson says he inclines to Cain’s heresy in his dealings with others? Explain why you agree or disagree with this way of dealing with your acquaintances.

Do you feel you would want to ignore or confront them with their failings or foolishness so they would improve their lives?

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In the story of Cain and Abel, Cain murders his brother. In the above line, Utterson is citing his belief that one should stay out of other people's business.