I hope that my pictures speak for themselves and do not need prose to clarify them. I hesitate to offer this note and do so only for the sake of interest.
The illustrations for The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde were gleaned exclusively from Henry Jekyll's "confession" in the final chapter of the book. For me, relying upon this first-person narration made the images not only more reliable, but more personal and direct.
Placing them within the full text, however, was something of a problem. First, they needed to drum a regular cadence. Second, they needed to make sense within that cadence, and third,