Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Mr. Enfield tells Mr.Utterson about what occured with Mr.Hyde and a little girl on the street. Does the retelling of the story through Mr. Enfield's perspective create a suspenseful mood? Explain why or why not.

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The story creates a definite mood of suspense. The disfigured man is a stranger..... he trampled a young girl. He entered a door connected to Jekyll's home and provided a check with Jekyll's name..... yet neither of the men know who he is or what connection he has to their mutual friend.


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