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The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde- Chapter 10 Analysis

Literary Genres
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Asia Hawkins

on 18 November 2014

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Transcript of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde- Chapter 10 Analysis

The entire story from the viewpoint of Dr. Jekyll
"First, because O have been made to learn that the doom and burthen of our life is bound for ever on man's shoulders, and when the attempt is made to cast it off, it but returns upon us with more unfamiliar and more awful pressure" (pg. 48).
Key Events
Theme Analysis
Visual: Dr. Jekyll-Mr. Hyde
Good vs. Evil
By: Asia Hawkins, Clarence Williams, Rebeca Lemus, and Elliott Moses
Dr. Henry Jekyll v. Mr. Edward Hyde
Significant Relationships
THE END
Jekyll was content with his development of his alternate personality of Mr. Hyde
The more he changed into to Hyde, the more strenuous the relationship became
In the end, the relationship shifts from contentment to dislike
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Chapter 10 Analysis
1.
Dr. Jekyll invents a potion that can turn him into Mr. Hyde, his evil persona
2.
Jekyll realizes that he no longer has control over when he turns into Mr. Hyde. Then, he decides to stop taking the potion out of fear that he may permanently turn into Mr. Hyde.
3.
Dr. Jekyll gives in to his evil desires and transforms into Mr. Hyde. He ends up killing Sir Danver Carews.
4.
Dr. Jekyll realizes that his evil persona, Hyde, will take over his body. He accepts that Henry Jekyll will no longer exist by the time people read his letter.
Jekyll considered himself to be good , but had some evil desires. Therefore, he created Hyde in order to do his evil deeds without ever compromising his own reputation. However contrary to what he expected, Hyde's evil begins to take over and he no longer has control over his transformations. This displays the conflict between the good intentions and resulting evils.
Conviction
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