Tag Archive: Good vs Evil

Duality: Stevenson’s Jekyll and Hyde- A ‘Fine Line’ Doesn’t Exist

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Humans have been debating and fighting over what is considered good and what is evil since before the early ages. In the early ages though, good was determined by religion and anything or… Continue reading

Duality and Denying Our Primal Nature in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

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Robert Louis Stevenson’s Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is one of the the Victorian period’s most prominent novellas, notable for it’s early interest in the duality of human nature, a… Continue reading

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The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson was published in 1866, but it continues to invade our modern culture whether through adaptations of the whole story or… Continue reading

What is Necessary for a Jekyll and Hyde Adaptation?

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   When one inquires about Steven Moffat’s television drama Jekyll it would seem intuitive to believe that Moffat gained his inspiration from Robert Louis Stevenson’s novella The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and… Continue reading

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