Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

what does the letter from lanyon have in common with Dr jekyll will

Dr jekyll and mr hyde

Chapter 6 the remarkable incident of dr lanyon

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Lanyon's letter is not to be opened until after "the death or disappearance of Dr. Henry Jekyll" while Jekyll's will also mentions the possibility of his own "disappearance": in case of his belongings and fortune would be inherited by Edward Hyde.