Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde mindmap

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  • DR JEKYLL AND MR HYDE
    • MR UTTERSON
      • epitome of Victorian standards
        • ideal Victorian gentleman
          • honourable
      • rational and reasonable and dignified
        • devoted to decorum and order and the law
      • reserved, bland
      • curious about the sordid details of Victorian life
        • highly moral and upright
      • values reputation and public appearance above all
        • important currency in Victorian England
      • "last good influence in the lives of down-going men"
        • "lest the good name of another should be sucked down in the eddy of the scandal"
    • DR JEKYLL
      • respectable and courteous
      • obsessed with mystical science and the supernatural
      • MR HYDE
        • original version of man
          • repressed not destroyed by weight of civilisation
        • mindlessly vicious nature and deliberately amoral
          • uncontrollable power, supernatural
            • manipulates Jekyll desires to gain control
              • "body of a self destroyer"
                • DR JEKYLL
                  • respectable and courteous
                  • obsessed with mystical science and the supernatural
                  • MR HYDE
                    • original version of man
                      • repressed not destroyed by weight of civilisation
                    • mindlessly vicious nature and deliberately amoral
                      • uncontrollable power, supernatural
                        • manipulates Jekyll desires to gain control
                          • "body of a self destroyer"
                        • "hailing down a storm of blows"
                          • "It was Hyde, after all, and Hyde alone, that was guilty"
                      • otherworldly origin
                        • certain inhumanity, animalistic
                      • intimate part of Jekyll
                        • as novel progresses, his ascendancy more pronounced
                    • "If I am the chief of sinners, then I am the chief of sufferers also"
                      • "like a disconsolate prisoner"
            • "hailing down a storm of blows"
              • "It was Hyde, after all, and Hyde alone, that was guilty"
          • otherworldly origin
            • certain inhumanity, animalistic
          • intimate part of Jekyll
            • as novel progresses, his ascendancy more pronounced
        • "If I am the chief of sinners, then I am the chief of sufferers also"
          • "like a disconsolate prisoner"
      • DR LANYON
        • embodies conventional thinking
        • dogmatic faith in pure science, rigid belief
          • values truth above all
        • contrasts with Dr Jekyll

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