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The Dominance of Hyde

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The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, "Henry Jekyll's Full Statement of the Case"

In the following passage, Dr. Jekyll explains the circumstances of his scientific experiment.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Learn Library, 2000-2012. Web. 24 March 2016.

Taking into account the passage as a whole, which of the following does NOT imply the dominance of Hyde over Jekyll?

A

"I began to profit by the strange immunities of my position" (lines 13-14).

B

"There in his stead, ...a man who could afford to laugh at suspicion, would be Henry Jekyll" (line 17).

C

"Jekyll... woke again to his good qualities seemingly unimpaired" (lines 22-23).​

D

"I had gone to bed Henry Jekyll, I had awakened Edward Hyde" (line 33).

E

"The difficulty... had of late gradually but decidedly​ transferred itself to the other side (lines 33-35).