Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

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Nelson Thornes, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 115 pages
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This story of a man discovering his evil other self has haunted us since the publication of the strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde in 1886. Packed with potent themes and ideas such as identity, corruption and poverty, this stage adaptation will continue to thrill and chill.
 

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Contents

Uttersons chambers
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Uttersons chambers 9
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The street where Jekyll lives at night 12
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The street where Jekyll lives at night 18
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A childs bedroom at night 21
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Marys lodgings 31
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Marys lodgings
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Uttersons chambers 46
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Mr Lanyons laboratory 71
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Uttersons chambers 78
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Jekylls laboratory 80
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Sir Danvers Carews house 86
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A backstreet at night 92
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A backstreet at night 97
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Jekylls house 101
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The street where Jekyll lives
105

The street where Jekyll lives 48
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Mr Lanyons laboratory 52
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Mr Lanyons laboratory
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Looking Back at the Play
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