Literary Analysis Of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde

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Dr.Jekyll and Mr.Hyde Literary Analysis Good and evil will always exist in the world. This is the main theme used in Robert Louis Stevenson’s mystery novella, Dr.Jekyll and Mr.Hyde. The Victorian era influences the character’s actions. For example, Jekyll was tired of being forced to live a good life, and he wants to be bad without hurting his reputation. Jekyll finishes the potion he had been working on for years to create a mischievous alter ego. As Jekyll makes the potion,”the (mixture) had (bubbled), with a strong glow of courage, [I] drank off the potion” (stevenson 58). Once he drinks the potion, he transforms into his alter ego. Edward Hyde is his name, and he is pure evil. However, there were still good people in the world such as

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