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Jekyll and Hyde

Summary: Examines the use of a dual personality in Robert Louis Stevenson's "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde". Describes how Stevenson explores the difficulties his character faces when one side his personality is suppressed.
It is very difficult to lead a respectable life in this society without both good and bad sides of one's personality surfacing. In Robert Louis Stevenson's "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" the author describes the difficulties of a man trying to lead two different lives. A scientist, Dr. Jekyll, makes an amazing discovery about isolating personalities in the name of scientific research. However, Dr. Jekyll's desire for leading different lives prevails over the nobler motive of being concerned with the good of scientific research.

Dr. Jekyll had pondered long about how to separate his two "warring" personalities, but he did not do so for the sake of science. Dr. Jekyll had been dreaming of a way to separate his personalities so that he could lead two lives. One of the lives would be led by a mischievous man, who would not get close...

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