Spelling list: Characters in The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson

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Utterson Gabriel John Utterson is a middle-aged lawyer.
Enfield Richard Enfield is a distant cousin and lifelong friend of Mr. Utterson.
Lanyon Dr. Hastie Lanyon was formerly one of Jekyll’s closest friends.
Hastie Dr. Hastie Lanyon is a reputable London doctor.
Jekyll Dr. Henry Jekyll is a respected doctor and friend of both Lanyon and Utterson.
Hyde Edward Hyde is a strange, repugnant man who looks faintly pre-human.
Danvers Sir Danvers Carew is well-liked old nobleman.
Poole Richard Poole is Jekyll’s butler.
Gabriel Gabriel John Utterson is the narrator of the book.
Carew Sir Danvers Carew is a member of Parliament, and a client of Utterson.
Guest Mr. Guest is Utterson’s clerk and confidant.

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