Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Essay | Student Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 8 pages of analysis of Human Nature.
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Human Nature: The Double Character of Dr. Jekyll

Summary: This term paper centers on Robert Louis Stevenson's focus on the dual nature of human personality through the "characters" Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in his famous mini-novel, "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde."
Naturally, it is human nature to yearn for some sort of evil. Sinning is common on a daily basis. Kids lean towards destruction. Countless people have the urge to gamble at casinos. Human beings are lustful creatures and have sexual notions constantly in their minds. Evil is not something that can be avoided. For those who appear perfect, their "evil" is well hidden. Thus, ."..humanity is...synonymous with the struggle of good and evil" (Abbey, et al. 328). Robert Louis Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde centers on the dual nature of the human personality through the good and evil facets of Dr. Jekyll's character.

Victorian morals are significant in the establishment of duality due to the moral conflict it initiates. Stevenson introduced the theme of duality not merely because of contrasting characters and an appealing storyline. Present evidence...

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