Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

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Main themes of "The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde"
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Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
  1. Themes
    1. Duality
      1. "Polar twins"
        1. "Man is not truly one but truly two"
          1. "Profound duplicity of life"
            1. "Man's dual provinces of good and ill"
            2. Addiction
              1. "The moment is choose, I can be rid of Mr Hyde"
                1. "Solution to the bonds of obligation"
                  1. "Sold a slave to my original evil"
                2. Characterisation
                  1. Edward Hyde
                    1. "Edward Hyde, alone in the ranks of mankind, was pure evil"
                      1. "A kind of black sneering coolness"
                        1. "Displeasing... Downright detestable... Deformed"
                          1. Animalistic Nature
                            1. "Ape-like fury"
                              1. "snarled"
                                1. "The animal within me licking the chops of memory"
                                  1. "Hissing intake of breath"
                                2. Henry Jekyll
                                  1. "A large, well-made, smooth faced man"
                                    1. "Something of a slyish cast"
                                      1. "Every mark of capacity and kindness"
                                        1. "A sincere and warm affection"
                                      2. Setting
                                        1. The Door
                                          1. "Discoloured"
                                            1. "Bore the marks of prolonged and sordid negligence"
                                              1. "Blistered and distained"
                                                1. "Equipped with neither bell nor knocker"
                                                2. Soho
                                                  1. "Muddy ways and slatternly passengers"
                                                    1. ""Dismal quarter"
                                                      1. "Like a district of some city in a nightmare"
                                                        1. "Dingy street"
                                                        2. Jekyll's House
                                                          1. "Pleasantest room in London"
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