Conflict Between Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde

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One of the key differences in how these works show the struggle between good and evil is that the main conflict throughout Dracula is a completely different type altogether compared to Jekyll and Hyde. In Dracula, most of the conflict is person-vs-person interaction, while in Jekyll and Hyde, most of the conflict is internal between the personalities of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Near the beginning of Dracula, once Jonathan Harker realizes that Count Dracula is not a normal nobleman, he attempts to convince the Count to allow him to leave earlier than scheduled. The Count appears to comply, leading Jonathan to the door and exercising his ever formal, unnerving diction. This ruse successfully convinces Jonathan and he walks to the door. Then,

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