In Chapter 1 of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, where is the tension created, and how does this intrigue modern readers? Thanks
This novel begins with a character describing an almost supernatural experience of terror and dread, followed by the description of random act of violence by a man who shows no remorse. The tension results from a lack of understanding. Why is this door so sinister? How could a man just trample a child and not care? Readers are left feeling uneasy because of this image unexplaniable human...
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