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Where does Mr. Utterson live in The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde?

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Mr. Utterson lives alone in what is called a bachelor house on Gaunt Street in London. He lives by a church that is "conveniently near" to his home and from which he can hear the bells ringing.

There is an actual Gaunt Street in London. It is located near the Elephant and Castle tube (subway) station in the area of London called Elephant and Castle near the Imperial War museum in west London.

As a lawyer, Mr. Utterson is comfortably well off, and people like to be entertained in his comfortable but unpretentious home and drink his good wine.

Mr. Utterson also likes to walk the streets of...

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