Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Essay | Student Essay

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What Went Wrong in "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde"

Summary: Essay describes the things that go wrong in "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" by Robert Louis Stevenson.
What seems like a good idea may not be so great after all. There's always a small chance that something might go wrong. What Dr. Jekyll stumbled upon was an amazing discovery in the field of science that turned completely upside down. Jekyll's predicament is not of the ordinary. It's not exactly the kind of thing which would happen to the average human being. Jekyll has unleashed his evil side. Jekyll's ambition impaired his ability to realize the evil potential of Mr. Hyde, allowed him very little control over Mr. Hyde, and destroyed his life as a result from the creation of Mr. Hyde.

The creation of Mr. Hyde destroyed Dr. Jekyll's life. Dr. Jekyll had a passion for science. He wanted to make a great discovery by creating Mr. Hyde and insisted upon proving one thing; within everyone is a...

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