Read the excerpt from chapter 4 of the strange case of dr.
jekyll and mr. hyde.
presently her eye wandered to the other, and she was
surprised to recognise in him a certain mr. hyde, who had
once visited her master and for whom she had conceived a
dislike. he had in his hand a heavy cane, with which he was
trifling; but he answered never a word, and seemed to listen
with an ill-contained impatience. and then all of a sudden he
broke out in a great flame of anger, stamping with his foot,
brandishing the cane, and carrying on (as the maid
described it) like a madman. the old gentleman took a step
back, with the air of one very much surprised and a trifle
hurt; and at that mr. hyde broke out of all bounds and
clubbed him to the earth. and next moment, with ape-like
fury, he was trampling his victim under foot and hailing down
a storm of blows, under which the bones were audibly
shattered and the body jumped upon the roadway.
how does the conflict in this excerpt advance the plot?
check all that apply.
carew's murder provides mr. utterson with a reason to search mr. hyde's house and learn more about him.
mr. hyde is found hiding in his home when mr. utterson
and inspector newcomen search it.
mr. utterson finds evidence on the victim that further ties
mr. hyde to dr. jekyll.
mr. utterson begins to dislike mr. hyde and becomes
suspicious of his connection to dr. jekyll.
inspector newcomen and mr. utterson find items that
suggest mr. hyde has committed other crimes.
A. Carew’s murder provides Mr. Utterson with a reason to search Mr. Hyde’s house and learn more about him.
C. Mr. Utterson finds evidence on the victim that further ties Mr. Hyde to Dr. Jekyll.
E. Inspector Newcomen and Mr. Utterson find items that suggest Mr. Hyde has committed other crimes. from e2020 i corrected it
These sentences all describe how the murder of Carew advances the plot. The murder provides Mr. Utterson with a reason to search Mr. Hyde's house and learn more about him. After the murder occurs, he visits the house, which is located in a very ugly part of town. In the house, Mr. Utterson finds half of a checkbook, along with half a walking stick, the murder weapon. This ties Mr. Hyde to Dr. Jekyll. It also suggests that Hyde has committed other crimes before.
The correct answer is D. Mr. Hyde clubs and tramples the old gentleman to death in the street.
A character vs. character conflict is a type of conflict or struggle between opposing forces in which the obstacle or force that stop a character from achieving some goal or affects negatively the character is another character. This means in character vs. character conflict there is a direct contest or combat between two characters in the story. In the excerpt presented, multiple actions and conflicts including the way in which one of the characters Mr. Hyde starts beating an old gentleman until the gentleman dies unable to defend himself or scape while a maid witness all the events. Therefore, in the excerpt presented the actions of Mr. Hyde against the old gentleman represent the opposing forces between two characters or a character vs. character conflict as Mr. Hydes interrupts the life of another character and stops him from continue living. Thus, the action that best illustrates a character vs. character conflict is "Mr. Hyde clubs and tramples the old gentleman to death in the street" because this is the action that describes the way the old gentleman (a character) struggles an opposing force that is represented by another character (Mr. Hydeas) and which unfortunately the old gentleman does not defeat.
The correct options are 1 and 5.
In chapter 4 of “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.” Mr. Hyde murders Sir Danvers Carew with his cane. This situation provides Mr. Utterson with a reason to search his house. Along with inspector Newcomen, he finds the cane, which was a gift to Dr. Jekyll and the murder weapon, and a checkbook with Hyde’s notes.
WHERE are the answers
jekyll and mr. hyde.