goes mad due to experiment
Driven mad with despair at what Jekyll has done
Sir Danvers Carew
streets lit by oil lamps
horse drawn carriages - cabs
two sides of London - aristocratic/ Soho
Jekyll and Hyde same house different entrance
The housing displays type of person
Hyde's lodgings are ' furnished with luxury and good taste' and 'bore every mark of having been recently and hurriedly ransacked'
Jekyll's house is respectable from the front and broken and miserabel from the back - foreshadows him as a person.
cabinet has ' a good fire glowing and chattering on the hearth, the kettle singing' yet found in the middle ' the body of a man sorely contorted and still twitching'
' district of some city in a nightmare'
Most of action happens at night
Transformation of Jekyll - 'like a man restored from death'
'the creature that crept into my house that night was, ...know by the name of Hyde'
Context - Stevenson - questioning beliefs of science and religion
Charles Darwin - study of evolution
similar time to Frankenstein - Mary Shelley
Letters - strange content and suggestions - 'if Jekyll was to die or disappear for time exceeding 3 months...'
Maid - innocent female
Pathetic fallacy - fog/smog of London