1 of 5
After asserting that human nature is “truly two,” which two figures does Dr. Jekyll use to symbolize inner contradiction and conflict?

2 of 5
What specific behavior do Utterson and Enfield avoid so as not to compromise their reputations?

3 of 5
Which of his victims’ attributes serves to underline Mr. Hyde’s own depravity?

4 of 5
When confronted with irrationally, with what sort of language do rational characters respond?

5 of 5
Which feature of Stevenson’s cityscape suggests a link between Mr. Hyde’s crimes and his urban milieu?