The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and, Weir of Hermiston

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OXFORD WORLD'S CLASSICS

ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON


The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and Weir of Hermiston

Edited with an Introduction and Notes by
EMMA LETLEY

OXFORD
UNIVERSITY PRESS

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  • The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and Weir of Hermiston i
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • Note on the Texts xxvi
  • Select Bibliography xxvii
  • A Chronology of Robert Louis Stevenson xxix
  • Contents 5
  • Story of the Door 7
  • Search for Mr Hyde 14
  • Dr Jekyll Was Quite at Ease 22
  • The Carew Murder Case 25
  • Incident of the Letter 30
  • Remarkable Incident of Doctor Lanyon 35
  • Incident at the Window 39
  • The Last Night 41
  • Doctor Lanyon''s Narrative 53
  • Henry Jekyll''s Full Statement of the Case 60
  • To My Wife 79
  • Contents 81
  • Introductory 83
  • Chapter I- Life and Death of Mrs Weir 84
  • Chapter II- Father and Son 97
  • Chapter III- In the Matter of the Hanging of Duncan Jopp 103
  • Chapter IV- Opinions of the Bench 117
  • Chapter V- Winter on the Moors 125
  • Chapter VI- A Leaf from Christina''s Psalm-Book 146
  • Chapter VII- Enter Mephistopheles 168
  • Chapter VIII- A Nocturnal Visit 183
  • Chapter IX- At the Weaver''s Stone 190
  • Appendix A- The Continuation of Weir of Hermiston from Sir Sidney Colvin''s Editorial Note 195
  • Appendix B- A Chapter on Dreams 198
  • Explanatory Notes 211
  • Glossary 224
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