50 what is the choice given to lanyon what does he

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50. What is the choice given to Lanyon? What does he choose? What are the consequences? Chapter 10- “Henry Jekyll’s Full Statement” 51. How did Jekyll first devise the idea that the psyche has two sides and can be split into two “people”? What happened to him or what did he observe about his own behavior to give him this idea? 52. Why does he think Hyde was smaller in stature?
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53. What ingredient did Jekyll buy wholesale from chemists to use in his potion? 54. How did Jekyll react to himself as Hyde? 55. Why does he think others reacted as they did? 56. What are some of the accommodations Jekyll made for Hyde to make it difficult to discover they were the same person? (name at least 3) 57. What struck horror in Jekyll the morning he woke up in his own chamber as Hyde? 58. What is the choice Jekyll must face? What is the conflict? 59. What does he choose? What happens? 60. How does Jekyll come to the realization that he must always stay Jekyll? 61. Even though he has decided this, what happens? 62. To what does Jekyll attribute the efficacy of the potions? 63. Who wins out?
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