Introduction to 'Jekyll and Hyde' and Stevenson: Completed

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  • Introduction to 'Jekyll and Hyde' and Stevenson
    • 'Jekyll and Hyde' is about man's dual nature
      • The novel is about a respectable doctor, called Henry Jekyll, who transforms into the evil Edward Hyde.
      • Although it's fictional, the novel reflects the strict values of Victorian society, in which people were expected to be restrained and appear respectable at all time.
    • Jekyll and Hyde has a strong message
      • Jekyll and Hyde is about human-everyone has good and evil inside them.
      • If people explore their dark side, it can lead to problems - but hiding or denying it leads to problems too.

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