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What are the first 4 reasons why Stevenson wrote Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde?
1) Th change our ideas of what science is. 2) to present the reader with an alternate view of victorian repression. 3) To demonstarte how strong relationships can transcend societies expectation. 4) To explore the notion of duality in man.
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What are the next 3 reasons why Stevenson wrote Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde?
5) simply to entertain. 6)To nehotiate the human condition in order to ecplore the notions of good and evil. 7) The show that secracy in the private sphere can lead to potentislly serious consiquences.
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What are the final 2 reasons why Stevenson wrote Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde?
8) To celebrate a fresh and renewed approach to scientific advancements. 9)Th prompt the reader to ponder morality and what it is to be moral.
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What are some good topic sentances for Hyde?
Hyde acts as a direct contrast to jekyll. Indeed here, stevenson has explicitly demonstrated just how indescribibably inhuman hyde is. Hydes violence and evil activities permeate the text. He is resented as an evil character who has no regard for an
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what are some good topic sentnances for Hyde?
When stevenson does succed in describing his evil creation, he does so by dehumonising him. Finally, Hyde is presented by Stevnson as a character whose evilness transcends this earth and is satan reincarnates.
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How is the theme of religion presented?
God and statn come up a lot in thos text as well as many general references to religion and works of clarity.
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How is the theme of woman and femininintiy presented?
Most female characters are passive weak. The first girl is mowed down by Mr Hydes but still kicks up a big fuss. The second girl is the maid who witnesses the carew murder which causes her to feint.
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How is th etheme of friendship presented?
Drives the plot forward. Aside from curiosity Mr Uttersons is compelled to find out the mystery of the evil man (Mr hyde) because of his friendship with Dr Jekyll.
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How is the theme of evil and violence presented?
The violence in the novel centres around Mr Hyde. There are 2 violent acts againsty innocence and helpless citizens, First a little girl and second and elderly man.
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How is the theme of secrecy presented?
The plot is frequently driven forward by secrecy and deception. Mr utterson doesnt know the relationship[ between Jekyll and Hyde but he is determind to find out. Stevenson allows our imagination to run wild with all the secracy.
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How is the theme of duality and good vs evil presented?
This is the novels biggest theme. Stevensons main point is that there is both good and evil in everyone and you can sepperate them. In the book this themes battle rages. Hyde ends up dead, perhaps suggesting a weakness in evil.
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How is the theme of science presented?
Dr Jekyll derives his potion in some sort of scientific manner. Dr Jekylls science veers towrads the super natural, whereas Dr Lanyons science is more traditional. This Causes a big riff in their friendship.
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How is the theme of repression presented?
repression is the main cause of trouble in Dr J and Mr h. Victorian england represion meant no sexual apetites, no violence and not great expressions of emotions at least in the public sphere. T more Dr J apetites are repressed, t more he desires the
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What are the key themes in Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde?
Repression. Secrecy, Science, Duality and good vs evil, evil and violence, friendship. religion, woman and femininity
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