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49:40 In excerpt 1 Dr. Jekyll is amused; in excerpt 2 Dr. Jekyll is O excited. concerned. of the that apologetic. O embarrassed. sident

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After analyzing both extracts from "Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," we can conclude that Dr. Jekyll, as presented in the second extract, is experiencing a sense of worry. The said extract addresses Dr. Jekyll's apprehension about the fact that his alter-ego Mr. Hyde is gradually taking over his normal self. Mr. Hyde symbolizes Dr. Jekyll's repressed flaws and impulses. Dr. Jekyll fears that he might lose himself to Mr. Hyde, and only his alter-ego will remain. The first extract shows Dr. Jekyll's excitement about the transformation and his meticulous preparations for it. For more information regarding "Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," please access brainly.com/question/12701725.