- Created by: taniaabegum13
- Created on: 27-08-17 22:09
Utterson is the voice of reason in the novella. The firty chapter is important in starting to establish him as a reliable and rational man whose view of events we can trust. The narrator gives us a full and direct account of Utterson, including what he looks like, his habit of speaking but acting kindly and his tolerance of others.
By having the narrator describe Utterson directly, Stevenson makes…