The strange case of dr jekyll and mr hyde

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The notary marches up to the door and meets Hyde. He asks him if he can see Jekyll and Jekyll replies that he is not there. He then goes to the door of the doctor’s house but he was not there either.
A romantic young woman was sitting in her house looking out of the window at the moon. Suddenly she saw two men: Mr. Hyde and Mr. Carew. They began to talk until Hyde had a fit and began to beat him to death with a cane. The girl, upon seeing him, fainted. When she awoke she observed the victim lying on the floor and a piece of the cane that had killed him. She called the police.
The dead man was carrying an envelope with the lawyer’s name on it. The police went to question him and just by hearing the description, he knew it was Hyde. They went to his house, but there was only the maid and all the rooms were disturbed, as if they had been searched.
A few days later, Lanyon died. Utterson opened an envelope he had, which read, «For Utterson only, in case he should die before me, burn the letter unread.» The lawyer opened the envelope and inside was another one just like it that read, «Not to be opened before the death or disappearance of Henry Jekyll,» which shocked Utterson. Despite his curiosity, the lawyer decided not to open the envelope, ignoring the inscription «Do not open before the death or disappearance of Henry Jekyll».

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The notary marches up to the door and meets Hyde. He asks him if he can see Jekyll and Jekyll replies that he is not there. He then goes to the door of the doctor’s house but he was not there either.
A romantic young woman was sitting in her house looking out of the window at the moon. Suddenly she saw two men: Mr. Hyde and Mr. Carew. They began to talk until Hyde had a fit and began to beat him to death with a cane. The girl, upon seeing him, fainted. When she awoke she observed the victim lying on the floor and a piece of the cane that had killed him. She called the police.
The dead man was carrying an envelope with the lawyer’s name on it. The police went to question him and just by hearing the description, he knew it was Hyde. They went to his house, but there was only the maid and all the rooms were disturbed, as if they had been searched.
A few days later, Lanyon died. Utterson opened an envelope he had, which read, «For Utterson only, in case he should die before me, burn the letter unread.» The lawyer opened the envelope and inside was another one just like it that read, «Not to be opened before the death or disappearance of Henry Jekyll,» which shocked Utterson. Despite his curiosity, the lawyer decided not to open it, heeding the inscription.

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Robert Louis StevensonRetrato de Henry Walter Barnett, 1893NacidoRobert Lewis Balfour Stevenson(1850-11-13)13 de noviembre de 1850Edimburgo, EscociaMurió3 de diciembre de 1894(1894-12-03) (a los 44 años)Vailima, SamoaOcupación
Robert Louis Stevenson (nacido Robert Lewis Balfour Stevenson; 13 de noviembre de 1850 – 3 de diciembre de 1894) fue un novelista, ensayista, poeta y escritor de viajes escocés. Es conocido por obras como La isla del tesoro, El extraño caso del Dr. Jekyll y el Sr. Hyde, El secuestro y El jardín de los versos del niño.
Nacido y educado en Edimburgo, Stevenson sufrió graves problemas bronquiales durante gran parte de su vida, pero continuó escribiendo prolíficamente y viajando mucho a pesar de su mala salud. De joven se relacionó con los círculos literarios londinenses, recibiendo el estímulo de Andrew Lang, Edmund Gosse, Leslie Stephen y W. E. Henley, el último de los cuales puede haber proporcionado el modelo para Long John Silver en La isla del tesoro. En 1890 se instaló en Samoa, donde, alarmado por la creciente influencia europea y estadounidense en las islas de los Mares del Sur, su escritura se alejó del romanticismo y la aventura hacia un realismo más oscuro. Murió en su isla natal en 1894[1].