Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde Analysis

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ood and evil has been around since the beginning of time. These days we change the way we act to not be judged. In Robert Louis Stevenson’s mystery novella, the Victorian Era influences Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Utterson's actions. Jekyll lives in a time period where it is important to be moral and ethical. Because his reputation is important to Jekyll he makes a way to have a separate identity. Jekyll explains “indeed the worst of [ Jekyll] faults [is] a certain impatient gaiety of disposition”( Stevenson 56). Furthermore, Jekyll wants to do whatever he dreams but not get his stature destroyed. Jekyll wants to separate identity to take the blame for crimes that Jekyll does. Likewise, Utterson changes his actions to fit into the era and not get

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