Dr Jekyll´s Lawyer
Mr Utterson, one of London's most famous lawyers atthat time, was out walking one afternoon with hisassistant, Richard Enfield. Both men were young, intheir early thirties, but Utterson was taller, and helooked more important. They both wore top hats andcarried walking sticks, and were both dressed in veryfashionable suits.
They walked through a park between the wealthypart of London and Soho. When they left the park, theywere in the middle of Soho. There was noise and loudmusic coming from the bars in the neighbourhood.
"Look at this street, Enfield. What kind of people livehere?" "The kind you and I don't want to know."
They stopped in front of an old building that had nowindows and no lights inside.