Jekyll & Hyde quotation map part 8

In this chapter Utterson's narrative arrives at its conclusion as he travels to Jekyll's house and, with the assistance of Poole, he breaks the door down to the laboratory in an effort to penetrate the heart of the mystery. It is full of action and high drama - what remains of Stevenson's novella will be the transcription of two documents which are key to the case - Lanyon's letter and Jekyll's confession. This chapter consequently serves as a bridge as we move from the moment of 'crisis' to 'climax' and 'resolution'.