Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

examples of imagery in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

What images are repeated many times ? how related to each other ? explain why the writer uses this type of imagery so often in the story

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I would consider the city, passageways, London fog, and darkness This can be a pretty involved question. Simply put, these images allow a sense of mystery and duality that the Jekyll and Hyde. These images also work as metaphors: somewhere in the fog and clutter of personality lurks a person's dark side.