Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

How does Jekyll interpret his relationship with Hyde?

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Jekyll sees Hyde as an extension of himself. Hyde is Jekyll's alter ego and indulges in all the things Jekyll won't allow himself. None-the-less, Jekyll interprets himself as the one in control, not initially understanding that with every change, Hyde became stronger.

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