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This book explores the idea of dual personality of jekyll that led him to his experiments, and his inexorable and finally fatal descent into evil.
By Amaidota Khann
Beautiful story about humanity, humility and morality. The novel is centred around human conscience and the difference between right and wrong. This poses many taunting questions - this story will stay with you long after you have finished reading. A beautifully written classic tale centred around the difference between right and wrong, science and religion also makes for an amazing storyline. Tantalising questions aside, this beautiful tale of battles between light and dark, right and wrong, science and religion, is a classic must-read tale for anyone who is as human as Jekyll himself.
A Fantastic Read
In short, I see that this story is about a man who is dwelling with himself. He wanders where belongs in life and he cannot see that where he was in life was a perfect place but he did not seem to think so.
The story is about the evolution of man and the story lets the reader think of Jekyll and Hyde as two completely different people when they are actually the same person, with alternate egos.
This book is worth reading.
Bad topic for English
By Royal Tempest
My English class worked with this book for like 12 weeks. I’m glad Jekyll died
The strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
A simply cracking read.
By Jim Zox
Goodreads 9/11 it sucked worse than michael rosen ytp videos. THIS BOOK IS MINE.
It was through a series on Netflix that I became aware of this book. It was indeed a delightful read that I ought to re-read to digest the language. A short read, and yet so full with meaning.
The book is boring and just dead to read don't bother!!!
Its a very very awful book
I really much dislike this booke bcos it be much boringe plus badness
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Absolutely spiffing!!! A pure classic
It was ok
By Mahdi Khademi
I didn't chose to download this book but I had to because we were going to have a test on this book in school so teachers said that we have to download it, anyway the book was interesting in sum chapters but overall quite boring
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