Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Essay | Dr. Jekyyl and Mr. Hyde, Psychological Novel

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Dr. Jekyyl and Mr. Hyde, Psychological Novel

Summary: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, the Novel, is a psychological novel wherein Dr. Jekyll goes through a journey in which evil must be established and experienced. Dr. Jekyll went from innocence to experience.
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, the Psychological Novel

In the novel Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Dr. Jekyll experiences and goes through situations that he must go through. Dr. Jekyll is a doctor who has this persona that many do not notice. His decisions reflect on society until he discovers a way to be HIMSELF without being noticed that it is actually him. He relies on this "other person" named Mr. Hyde. Mr. Hyde is the "evil" man that has manipulated, hurt, killed, and controlled others. Other than that, he has scared the living hell out of every person he has been face to face with. Throughout this entire novel, it is Dr. Jekyll that experiences the most traumatizing and difficult situations.

Throughout the novel, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde go through scenarios in which confuse Mr. Utterson. These scenarios are the way...

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