Jekyll And Mr Hyde Dualism Analysis

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“I learned to recognize the thorough and primitive duality of man; I saw that, of the two natures that contended in the field of my consciousness, even if I could rightly be said to be either, it was only because I was radically both.” ― Robert Louis Stevenson, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Dualism is a fundamental component of the human psyche in detail, the personality duality that results in possessing two dissociated characters chiefly good one conversely evil one. The famous novel of “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” illustrates personality disorder throughout the decent Dr. Henry Jekyll who portrays the good side seeking a medicine that separates the sinister part away, subsequently he conducts experiments…show more content…
In contrast, extremely savaged evil without them humiliating, beating, even killing each other. Personality duality crystalized deeply within the character of Ralph who elected as the head of the small society after surviving the plane crash over an inhabitable island; thenceforward, the good side take control of nearly all the events until the moment when Simon was running from the forest and surprise them with the nihility of the pest at the Barbecue. Unfortunately, Simon got mistakenly considered as the pest evenly, everyone including Ralph the decent one who seek organization, gathered together and killed him with no mercy. Next day, Ralph attempted to forget and deny the horror of last night crime. The author attempts to exhibit especially in this case that Individualism produces evil and community influence good actions of the person. Also, Evil and good exist within every human being no matter any condition; however, everyone has the full free well potential to decide which of them is more effective, appropriate and applicable to him. In “The Lord of the flies” Jack desires to "have fun" on the island and fulfill his bloodlust, unlike Ralph who wants to ensure the group's rescue, thus it depends on the…show more content…
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde deals with the awareness of the duplicity of the life, that evil resides within the human. Also, the religion that is dualistic admits not only that the universe comprises good and evil, or light and darkness, but also that though these are eternally opposed they are coeternal, coexistent, and equipotent. Evil has to exist in order to the goodness exist because the appearance related fundamentally to the contrast. These two forces are at constant war and only at the end will good finally vanquish evil. Finally, we have to accept the fact that every human on earth contains both sides evil and the good one, also every community as a whole, some of it seek for self-savage desires and the others seek developed society. Many novels expressed these ideas such as Gilgamesh, Lord of the flies and The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. we have to just take a lesson from these novels and never repeat the mistakes from the past in order to eliminate the evil rooted in our
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