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

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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...

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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.

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