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In Robert Louis Stevensons The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and the movie Fight Club there are two characters that reveal the two sides that every human has There is a good side and there is a bad side In The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Dr Jekyll who believes humans are born with two sides creates a chemical to separate his bad side Mr Hyde from his good side In Fight Club the narrator Edward Nortons character developed a psychological disease which inadvertently forced out his bad side Tyler Durden Mr Hyde and Tyler Durden not only have many physical and mental differences but there also exists many definite similarities as well Although they both come about from different reasons they share extremely close qualities also and to the point where they almost reflect each other They both have one common goal and that is to satisfy themselves and no one else Where differences are concerned Tyler Durden is good looking and virile whereas Mr Hyde is hideous and like Satan Also Tyler Durden was unknowingly brought about by Jacks psychological disease and it was a chemical that Dr Jekyll took which brought forth Mr Hyde Dr Jekyll created the chemical in order to separate himself the good side from Mr Hyde the bad side Tyler Durden was part of Edward Nortons character he was in his subconscious while Mr Hyde was conscious As far as similarities go both Mr Hyde and Tyler Durden have no conscience They do not think about anyone other than themselves They do consider the consequences of their actions and act only to satisfy them In Fight Club Tyler Durden states Its not until you lose everything that you are free to do anything Fight Club Both Mr Hyde and Tyler Durden have nothing to lose They can do anything that they want They feel joy when hurting others and damaging houses It
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