In the novel Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, by R. L Stevenson, a story of
mischief and selfishness occurs. It's like this, there is a man called Dr. Jekyll
he doesn't like who he is so one day he thinks of a potion that makes his good
part split away from his bad part. That is when Mr. Hyde comes into the
picture, he is the bad part of Dr. Jekyll. Mr. Hyde likes to party have a good
time and cares less about others, but Dr. Jekyll is a caring Doctor whom
everybody adores and loves. Mr. Hyde gets himself into a lot of trouble in
this story for example he gets a man killed and pushes down little girls for fun
Mr. Utterson, a lawyer and a friend of Dr. Jekyll's, finds something peculiar
about Dr. Jekyll and decides to keep a close watch on him.
One day the potion stops working for Dr.
Jekyll and he can't turn back
into himself , he stays in the body of Mr. Hyde, the dreadful, ugly, little
midget whom nobody likes. He decides to hide in his study upstairs and tells
his servants that he is really sick and contagious and tells them to stay away
from the study where hopefully nobody will see him. The only source of
communication is the notes he writes to his servants.
One day Mr. Utterson and the servant break down the door of the
study to find out if it really is Dr. Jekyll in that room. To their surprise it is
Mr. Hyde with a bottle of poison. He had committed suicide before they had
a chance to break down the door to the study.
The book ends when Mr. Utterson reads a letter which says 'only to be