Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Compare and contrast the description of the building and door used by Mr. Hyde and Enfield’s description of him. How does Stevenson seem to be using setting to convey a sense of the man?

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The hose matches Hyde. The door is plain but weathered. The building is dirty but the windows are always clean. Hyde personifies the building in tthat he is "acceptable" but not orderly.

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