Losing my mind!
Summary
Vocabulary
Jekyll and Hyde
Wild
100

Psychology concerns itself with the study of this.

What is the human mind/human behavior?

100

This is what a summary should include.

What is main points and ideas.

100
This is the word for the events that take place in a story.
What is plot?
100
This is the city in which The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde takes place.

What is London?

100

This is the name of the author of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

What is Robert Louis Stevenson?

200

This is the part of Freud's iceberg responsible for making you act impulsively.  For example: that person is annoying me right now so... I'm just going to go ahead and punch them in the face!

What is id?

200

A summary should not have this/these.

What is/are: opinions, outside information, personal information, inferences etc.

200

This shape is most associated with a cupola.

What is a dome?

200

This is the relationship between Mr. Utterson and Dr. Jekyll.

What is they are friends, and also that Mr. Utterson is Dr. Jekyll's lawyer?
200

This is the city and neighborhood where Jack the Ripper committed his crimes.

What is Whitechapel London?

300
According to Freud, our impulsive side (id) exists in this part of our brain.

What is the unconscious?

300
This is a summary of the story Mr. Enfield tells Mr. Utterson at 'the door.'

What is: in the middle of the night, a man tramples a little girl, and continues walking as she's crying on the ground.  People gather and demand he pay, and are surprised that he does have the money.

300

This is a word used to describe Mr. Utterson and Dr. Jekyll and means 'someone of good reputation.'

What is reputable?
300

This is the reason why Mr. Utterson thinks Dr. Jekyll has left everything to Mr. Hyde and is also why he is worried about his friend.

What is he thinks that Dr. Jekyll is being blackmailed?

300

Jack the ripper chose these types of women to be his victims.

What are poor working class women with drinking problems?

400

Name and describe one school of thought in psychology.

Answers will vary.

400

This is the summary of how Sir Carew gets got.

What is he gets brutally beat to death with a walking cane that turns out to belong to Dr. Jekyll!?

400

This is what a carbuncle is.

What is a group of pus filled bumps? (gross)

400

These are the two evil things Mr. Hyde does that earn him the reputation of being a total creep.

What are trample a little girl and beat a man to death with his cane?

400

Context is king because... and here's an example:

What is: answers will vary.

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