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In the novella The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde written by Robert Louis Stevenson demonstrates that every man or women have both good and evil within Dr Jekyll attempts to divide the two in his deranged experiment Dr Jekyll believes that if he separates the two humankind can possibility segregate and over power the evil that exists in us all Dr Jekylls intentions are good in seeking to better society but his techniques are dubious Dr Jekyll and Mr Hydes fight for dualism demonstrates that there is in fact both good and evil in everyoneDr Jekyll is the protagonist of the story In the case of the protagonist Dr Jekyll is neither the male protagonist nor the scoundrel He is not a good person nor is he entirely malicious The antagonist is Dr Jekyll himself who through a false experiment undergoes a change that is both a mental and a physical change through a mixed drug he developed in his laboratory he becomes Mr Hyde Mr Hydes personality is the complete reverse of the wonderful Dr Jeckyl The conflict between the two characters whom came from the same guise is that Dr Jekyll is a cultured well-mannered normal and self-righteous person Mr Hyde on the other hand is a wicked ravenous cruel and abnormal person Dr Jekyll symbolizes all the good every man or woman where as Mr Hyde symbolizes all that is bad in men or women Mr Utterson a lawyer went to visit Dr Jekyll in regard to a will that he left with him The lawyer was concerned with the fact that Dr Jekyll was leaving all of his possessions to his friend and benefactor Edward Hyde Mr Utterson shared his concerns with Dr Jekyll and Dr Jekyll told him my good Utterson this is very good of you this is downright good of you and I cannot find words to thank you in I believe you fully I
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