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"Think of it - I did not even exist!"
Jekyll thinks of Hyde as a different person because it makes him feel better.
"the respect of the wise and the good"
Jekyll is an established gentleman in society
"man is not truly one, but truly two"
Jekyll's belief in the dual nature of man
"ordinary secret sinner"
Jekyll describes his dark side
"distinguished for religion"
Jekyll described as a religious person
"younger, lighter, happier"
Jekyll describes how he feels better as Hyde
Jekyll describes how turning into Hyde is unavoidable
"wholly towards the mystic and transcendental"
Jekyll's scientific work combines religion and science
Jekyll uses assonance to describe his transformation to Hyde
"shook the doors of the prisonhouse of my disposition"
Strong language shows that Jekyll feels the sinful side of his personality is trapped by the more respectable side
"many ill things"
Utterson describes his past actions in a vague and secretive way