The conclusion of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Stevenson’s analysis of the duality of human character prefigures Jung. And Hyde is really ugly. Like, super ugly.
The truth is coming out, and it is NOT pretty. Neither is Edward Hyde.
Not all mistakes can be unmade, not all bells can be unrung.
It appears that Mr Hyde is even more of a cad than Utterson expected. What hold does this unpleasant man have over the highly respected Dr Jekyll?
The final episode of Treasure Island is here! What way will Long John Silver jump? What’s new with Squire Trelawney? Is Captain Smollett still alive? Did Ben Gunn ever get that parmesan cheese? Find out all this and more…
Jim Hawkins has well and truly stepped in the crab slime! Will he be forced to walk the plank? (A Victorian fiction, but he doesn’t know that!) But Long John Silver can smell a change in the wind…what is the wily old pirate up to? Find out in the ninth installment of Treasure Island!
Shiver me timbers! There’s a change in the wind, says I, and Jim Hawkins is going to have to step lively to outwit the sinister Israel Hands. How can a boy fare against a seasoned pirate? Tune in to find out!
Jim Hawkins manages to do some insanely irresponsible things. Really, someone should watch this kid! Also, shiver me timbers.
Well, the cat’s out of the bag, as the old sea salts say. The lines of conflict have been drawn, and it’s a question of luck, skill, and bravado as to who will rise triumphant. Will it be the Union Jack or the Jolly Roger? Tune in to find out!
Yar!! (Did you know that pirates never said yar? Funny story) There’s a rogue factor in the equation, and his name is Benjamin Gunn. Will his presence be the ace in the hole that Jim needs? And more importantly, will Ben Gunn be able to eat cheese for the first time in three years? Tune in to find out!