The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson

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In general, is human nature essentially good or evil or somewhere in between? how is this view applied too "Jekyll and Hyde"?

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In The Strange Case of Jekyll and Hyde, Stevenson paints a portrait of human nature that suggests very much that human nature is somewhere in between good and evil and that most people have something of both inside of them.

One of the ways that he portrays this dichotomy is the way that...

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