strange case of dr.jekyll and mr.hydei need theese things from the book dr.jekyll and mr.hyde plz i have a big report due the 31st  this month so please help me because im onley in the...

strange case of dr.jekyll and mr.hyde

i need theese things from the book dr.jekyll and mr.hyde plz i have a big report due the 31st  this month so please help me because im onley in the 6th grade and dont understand this book.....help!!!

plot- begining middle end climax reselution

setting theem mood etc

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accessteacher | High School Teacher | (Level 3) Distinguished Educator

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Well, you might want to consider the exposition that creates the sense of mystery concerning Mr. Hyde and his evil disposition. Consider the structure and the way in which we are not introduced to Dr. Jekyll until later on. The story we hear narrated between the two friends in the first chapter raises our sense of curiosity about Mr. Hyde and how evil he is and why he behaves the way that he does.

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A major theme of this book is good and evil.  It is about the idea that there is both good and evil within each of us and we have to struggle to keep the evil from becoming too strong.  It's also interesting to not that Stevenson has Jekyll talk about how much younger and stronger he feels when he is Hyde.  That means the book is also partly about how attractive our evil sides can be and how it is tempting to give in to that side of our nature.

As far as mood, ask yourself how you feel as you read it.  Think about how the book begins with the story of Hyde just trampling that young girl.  Isn't that pretty spooky and scary?  That's the mood to me.  It's a dark and ominous mood.

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viiladyjane | Student, Grade 9 | (Level 1) eNoter

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oh, okay thank you but do you know any thing else like  the intro or setting or stuff

write about how the book discovers that one persn can be so good but so bad at the same time

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viiladyjane | Student, Grade 9 | (Level 1) eNoter

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oh, okay thank you but do you know any thing else like  the intro or setting or stuff

for the intro also add things like the year the book was published and who wrote it

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viiladyjane | Student, Grade 9 | (Level 1) eNoter

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Well, you might want to consider the exposition that creates the sense of mystery concerning Mr. Hyde and his evil disposition. Consider the structure and the way in which we are not introduced to Dr. Jekyll until later on. The story we hear narrated between the two friends in the first chapter raises our sense of curiosity about Mr. Hyde and how evil he is and why he behaves the way that he does.

good info

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viiladyjane | Student, Grade 9 | (Level 1) eNoter

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oh, okay thank you but do you know any thing else like  the intro or setting or stuff

for the intro also add things like the year the book was published and who wrote it

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viiladyjane | Student, Grade 9 | (Level 1) eNoter

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oh, okay thank you but do you know any thing else like  the intro or setting or stuff

write about how the book discovers that one persn can be so good but so bad at the same time

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brook51681 | Student | (Level 1) eNoter

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oh, okay thank you but do you know any thing else like  the intro or setting or stuff

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