Hyde Essay Topics

The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll

Just as ‘The Italian’ includes “a stone chamber, secured by doors of iron”, “Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde” too contains a peculiar locked “cabinet” in which Poole, Dr Jekyll’s butler, believes his master has been murdered and that the person who has locked himself away is Hyde. The fact that these secret rooms are included… View Article

The strange case of Dr. Jekyll

Chapter 4 in ‘The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde’ is one of the novels most significant points as it makes Hyde’s sheer ferociousness and brutality evident to the reader for the first time. Up to this point, the reader is only aware of the potential of Edward Hyde through the vague descriptions… View Article

Stevenson’s opening in Dr. Jekyll

The novels Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, written in 1885, and The Body Snatchers, written in ______ can be seen as novels with a gothic genre as well as mystery stories. They allow the reader to become captivated and absorbed within the text so that they can find out the intriguing nature of the novel,… View Article

Female Influence in Jeckyll and Hyde

Mr. Utterson the lawyer was a man of a rugged countenance that was never lighted by a smile; cold, scanty and embarrassed in discourse; backward in sentiment; lean, long, dusty, dreary and yet somehow lovable. At friendly meetings, and when the wine was to his taste, something eminently human beaconed from his eye;…(Stevenson, 29) This… View Article

Harold Shipman

Shipman’s trial, presided over by Mr Justice Forbes, began on 5 October 1999. Shipman was charged with the murders of Marie West, Irene Turner, Lizzie Adams, Jean Lilley, Ivy Lomas, Muriel Grimshaw, Marie Quinn, Kathleen Wagstaff, Bianka Pomfret, Norah Nuttall, Pamela Hillier, Maureen Ward, Winifred Mellor, Joan Melia and Kathleen Grundy, all of whom had… View Article