d. in Jekyll's will
In "Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde," by Robert Louis Stevenson, after hearing Mr Enfield's story about a girl trampled by Mr Hyde, Mr Utterson immediately reads Dr. Jekyll's will. According to the will, Mr Hyde inherits all of Dr Jekyll's estate, so Mr Utterson believes that Mr Hyde is blackmailing Dr Jekyll.
Mr. Dedalus's cup had rattled noisily against its saucer, and Stephen had tried to cover that shameful sign of his father's drinking bout of the night before by moving his chair and coughing.
One humiliation had succeeded another--the false smiles of the market sellers, the curvetings and oglings of the barmaids with whom his father flirted, the compliments and encouraging words of his father's friends.
Exposition is a form of writing or presentation that explains a concept, idea or theory.
Exposition writing is nonfiction writing that helps an author explain their position or events from of their point of view.
The mayor patterns for exposition are: