Flashcards in Chapter 9 - Dr Lanyon's Narrative Deck (17)
Summarise what happens in this chapter?
- Utterson reads the letter given to him by Lanyon
What does Jekyll ask Lanyon to do?
Open a drawer in his (jekylls) cabinet and take out all its content, to give to 'a man' that comes knocking on Lanyons door at midnight
What were the 3 things that Jekyll wanted Lanyon to take out of his drawer?
"Some powders, a vial, and a paper book"
What does Lanyon ask Hyde to do, after he collects the content from him?
To reveal his true identity
What quotes describe Hydes transformation into Jekyll?
"His face became black...his features started to melt"
This is Hydes longest/shortest dialogue in the novel?
What is a quote that shows the effect this had on Lanyons mental and emotional state?
"Terror haunts me constantly"
What time does this take place at?
State a few words beginning with 'dis' in this chapter?
What was the last line of Jekylls letter to Lanyon and what does this create?
"seen the last of Henry Jekyll"
- This creates tension
"the door was very strong, The lock excellent" what could this really mean?
The door and lock could represent secrets so it could mean, the secrets were very well hidden
Describe two things in Jekylls cupboard that represent evil and purity?
"Blood-red liquor" - evil
"Salt of a white colour" - purity
What 2 quote foreshadows the death of lanyon?
1. "sinking of the pulse"
2. "I must die...I shall die"
What oxymoron is used in this chapter and what could it tell us?
- a dark/evil type of excitement
Which quote shows Hydes excitement/anticipation upon visiting Lanyon to get his contents?
The repetition of "Have you got it?"
Give a quote that shows Hydes animal characteristics
"He sprang to it"
"Teeth grate with the convulsive action of his jaws"