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Robert Louis Stevenson (1850 – 1894)
"Every man has a sane spot somewhere" - Robert Louis Stevenson
Robert Lewis Balfour Stevenson was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, on 13 November 1850. His father was Thomas Stevenson a lighthouse engineer, and his mother, the former Margaret Isabella Balfour. Read more about the author from the image link....
Michael Caine as Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
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The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Behind the locked door of Dr. Jekyll's laboratory lies a mystery his lawyer is determined to solve. Why does the doctor spend so much time in there? What is the connection between the respectable Dr.Jekyll and his visitor, the loathsome Mr. Hyde? why has Dr. Jekyll changed his will to Hyde's advantage? and who murdered Sir Davers Carew? To know more, click on the above image link.
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The strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by
Call Number: F STE
John Utterson, a respectable lawyer, is compelled to investigate the strange connection between his old friend, Dr Henry Jekyll, and a broading dangerous stranger called Edward Hyde. To his dismay he finds Jekyll and Hyde have a mysterious contract between them, the details of which neither will reveal. As Utterson investigates further, he uncovers a truly horrifying story of deception
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde [videorecording] by
Call Number: F DOC
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by
Call Number: F STE
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The strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde- Audio book
After hearing Mr. Enfield’s account of a distressing event involving Edward Hyde, the heir of his friend, Henry Jekyll, John Utterson is convinced that Jekyll’s relationship with Hyde is built on something sinister.