November 26, Context, in the case of the first vision accounts, is the better clue, IMO. There is a lot of speculation regarding why JS made the various accounts that he did-from the context of our present day view of the first vision. Within the context of the other information coming out at the time of the account, it seems to be directly in line with his view about who God was.
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde was written in the 19th century. Around this time there were a lot of scientific advances. This said that humans had originally come from apes. This puts across a large sense of deformity in his figure and posture.
Just from the word damned we the reader will think that he is evil and malicious. Stevenson continues to describe Hyde like he is an ape.
From this the reader thinks that he is so different in figure and appearance than any other normal person. Stevenson also says Hyde is hardly human again relating to evolution. Stevenson continues to present Hyde as a disturbing character using the surroundings.
This is a very powerful effect used by Stevenson to show the disturbing character of Hyde. This is a reflection of Jekyll and shows how organised and civilised he is in the beginning and that his hold onto reality is quite tight. The dusty description shows how he is starting to lose his grip over normality.
Everything which was once new in the past is starting to be covered over and gather dust suggesting he has moved on from what he once was.
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