Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Essay | Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Character Analyses

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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Character Analyses

Summary: Discusses The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, by Robert Louis Stevenson. Provides a character analysis of both Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Compares and contrasts the two men.
MR. HYDE

Mr. Hyde from "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" is the craziest character in the book. Mr. Hyde is a very small hunched over man with a disagreeable look to him. He is the type of person that nobody likes before they even talk to him. He has something wrong with the way he looks, but nobody can really tell what it is, he's just different. He is rarely seen on the streets, and he is a very mysterious person. He has an apartment, but he is hardly ever there. He does have very good taste though. He has very nice furniture in his rooms, and he also has a large selection of expensive wine. He is very displeasing to the eye, and he is often seen entering and exiting through the back door of Dr. Jekylls lab, but nobody knows that...

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