In the strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: Steveson used the architecture of Dr. Jekyllís house very intelligently. The house can be regarded to be parallel to Dr. Jekyllís double personality. Throughout the book, the house lends itself as a powerful prop, by which it is possible for Dr. Jekyll to use his house even when he is in the form of Mr. Hyde. The house, like Dr. Jekyll, has a
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this way. But no reader if the book would realize this unless, it was thought about more, or studied.
In conclusion, the house of Dr. Jekyll is much more important then one would think at the beginning of the book. If the architecture was not planned by Steveson the way it was, the story would not have been as good. Steveson used the house greatly to his advantage, and greatened the mystery of the novel.