In The Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde

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Throughout the story The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson, Mr. Utterson is portrayed as the “detective” who works indefatigably to solve the mystery surrounding Mr. Hyde and his connection to Dr. Jekyll. Utterson possesses three main traits that assist him in doing this: perseverance, attention to detail, and ability to look at things from all angles and “connect the dots”. Using his problem-solving abilities, Utterson is able to glean information about the seemingly inscrutable Hyde. To begin, Mr. Utterson shows strong perseverance and tenacity by not . After hearing of the infamous Hyde from Mr. Enfield (his companion whom he goes on walks with), Utterson stakes out at Hyde’s house until he can see and interrogate

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