Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde Deformity

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The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde was written by Robert Luis Stevenson in 1886. Dr. Jekyll is testing a theory that every man has good and evil side within. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde seem to be the same person with dual personalities. Therefore, obvious differences, both mental and physical have to exist between the two characters. Dr. Jekyll is described as middle aged, distinguished-looking large man. Mr. Hyde is younger, more energetic and described by just about everyone as having a deformity. It is hard to pin point what the deformity is but it seems evil. Mr. Utterson describes him in Chapter one "There is something wrong with his appearance something displeasing, something downright detestable." I never saw
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