Describe your reactions to the character(s) of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde at the end of the fifth section, "Incident of the Letter." Are you confident that Mr. Hyde will no longer bother Dr. Jekyll? Why or why not?
 What picture do you have in your mind of Edward Hyde’s appearance? For what reasons might Stevenson have deliberately avoided describing him fully?
 One issue raised by Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is drug abuse. How does somebody who is abusing drugs change in personality, appearance, and habits? What evidence indicates that one of the characters is abusing drugs? Cite specific passages from the book.
 In the final section of Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, "Henry Jekyll's Full Statement of the Case," many events that occurred earlier in the book are explained. Evaluate the decision that Jekyll/Hyde makes. Do you think that the decision is reasonable, or is it a hasty action arising from a tormented mind? Explain.