The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde book cover
Start Your Free Trial

Summarize Mr. Enfield's story. Include the way Mr. Enfield said he felt about the man.

Expert Answers info

gbeatty eNotes educator | Certified Educator

calendarEducator since 2007

write2,654 answers

starTop subjects are Literature, History, and Science

Enfield enters the story mainly at the beginning. His role is to give an outsider's first impression of "the man" (Mr. Hyde). He is a Utterson's relative, and they walk regularly for exercise. On one walk Enfield encountered "the man" as he walked over a girl. The man wasn't that upset by being stopped over trampling the girl, but something in his appearance made Enfield sweat and feel loathing for the man.

Further Reading:
check Approved by eNotes Editorial